Shot Cup

This 18th century style shot cup is the exception to the Samson Leather rule with a pure beeswax lining. Pure beeswax will not deteriorate regardless of the beverage put in it, providing it is not hot. 

History Point: a shot cup like this was originally called a gil cup (pronounced like Jeel)  referring to the unit of measure.


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