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Sharp Looking Jiggers Will Give You a Picture-Perfect Pour

No matter the shape or size, a good jigger will help you produce better, more balanced cocktails.

Sharp Looking Jiggers Will Give You a Picture-Perfect Pour

October 4, 2021 –––––– Sam Stone, , , ,

If you've ever set foot in a bar, you've likely seen many jiggers. These small but mighty tools are practically an extension of a bartender's hand; markings within both sides of the jigger denote measurements ranging from half an ounce to two and a half ounces, allowing for ultimate precision pours. As home bartending continues to take off, a jigger is a crucial tool—and we've rounded up some that are as pretty as they are practical.

Take a Measured Approach With These Cocktail Jiggers


Japanese Style—$10
Available in stainless steel, gold-plated, matte black, and gunmetal black (prices vary). This classic lets you measure 1oz. or over 2 oz., with ½ oz., ¾ oz., and 1 ½ oz. markings on the inside.

BarConic—$8
Made with stainless steel and featuring a 5" handle, this allows you to measure ¾ oz. and 1 ½ oz. while keeping your hands clean from any excess whisky or mixer.

OXO Steel Angled—$8
The angeled surface on this stainless steel jigger allows you to see the measurement markings (for both ounces and tablespoons) while looking straight down rather than needing to hold it at eye level.

Barfly Handled—$13
Available in stainless steel, gold, and copper (prices vary), there are external measurements on both sides for every ½ oz. up to 2oz.

Fenton Graphite—$10
Evoking the simplicity and craftsmanship of Colonial pewter, this jigger has a matte graphite finish giving it a sleek, contemporary design.

Williams Sonoma—$23
Made from stainless steel with a copper-plated accent, this double-sided jigger was designed exclusively for Williams Sonoma.

Viski—$25
A slender hourglass frame gives this stainless steel jigger with a polished gunmetal black plating a post-Prohibition feel and a unique silhouette.