- Item part number: ZP-113C-50
- ASIN: B00CYZUIIS
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 6 September 2014
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,51,176 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
50 Disposable Clear Plastic Party Bomber / Power Bomber / Jager Bomb / Shot Glass / Shot Cup
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The 4 oz Plastic Party Bombers, available exclusively from EMI Yoshi, are a one-of-a-kind solution to messy two-part specialty drinks. This uniquely designed cup includes an inner chamber that holds 1 ounce of liquid and a 2.75 ounce outer chamber to hold another beverage, making it perfect for car bombs, jager bombs, sake bombs, and all other double part drinks. The cups are stackable for easy storage and made of plastic, both freeing up storage space and eliminating the risk of breakage that commonly occurs with such drinks.
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so my wife decided we should look into disposable bomb cups to replace the hard plastic ones we've suffered with for far too long. lo and behold, there's a giant assortment of them available! we decided to go with a small pack for a trial run, and we chose these bomb cups. i have to say, i'm quite happy, and so are my bartenders! these cups, while not as tough as the hard plastic ones we've become accustomed to, are sturdy enough to handle a single use with no issues. there's no cleaning involved, which means my bartenders aren't messing with them inside the sink when they could be serving other customers. plus, the customer is never being handed a marred up, water-stained plastic cup! they always get a new cup for their next shot.
we made the move to disposable plastic shot cups several years ago, but we still keep the old glass ones handy for special needs. i would imagine we'll do the same with bomb cups now as well. these disposables are going to become a regular-use item behind my bar.