TakeShots Take - Shot Holder & Straw for Drinks & Chasers - Experience Shots On the Go - Fits All Standard Bottles, Glasses, & the Chase - 1oz (Blackout)
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If you're looking for a fun and unique way to take your shots, then look no further. These shots straws are perfect for any party or gathering, and they make taking shots a breeze. No more messy spills, wasted liquor, or sour faces. There’s nothing worse than having to shake off that tequila shot even after you’ve bit the lime. You know that spine shiver, mouthwatering, nasty feeling we’ve all experienced? It’s a thing of the past. Although there is speculation about the origin of the shot, most are only stories and memes created over the years to solve the conundrum. It is not immediately clear where the history of taking shots originates, but it is fun to investigate the possibilities. The Wild West
Our flagship product, the "Shot Straw," is an innovative creation that combines a shot glass and a straw into a single, exciting device. Designed to elevate the experience of taking shots, the Shot Straw provides a new and enjoyable way to indulge without compromising on taste. With this unique invention, TakeShots has revolutionized the traditional shot-taking process, adding an element of surprise and amusement to the mix.
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But TakeShots is more than just a brand and a product. We aim to inspire a mindset of embracing new opportunities, breaking free from inhibitions, and enjoying life's moments to the fullest. Through our unique product and messaging, we encourage individuals to step outside their comfort zones and embark on new adventures, knowing that anything is possible when they take shots – both literally and figuratively – in life.
Want to take shots on the go? The straw is leakproof! Simply fill them up, secure the top cap and throw them in your cooler or in one of our Cases! The Cases securely hold your takes and are the perfect way to bring your shots with you. Our Cases come in different sized and hold 2, 5 or 10 Takes. Depending on the event, bring what you plan to drink!
Two researchers, Kim LaCapria and David Emery, from Snopes, discovered that the earliest reference to shots could be found in the autobiography of Reverand Oliver Heywood, who lived from 1630 to 1702. Unfortunately, this reference debunked the origin story because the Wild West stories date to the mid-1800s. Friedrich Otto Schott