A dram is a unit of measure for liquid volume. One dram is officially defined as 1/8 of a fluid ounce, or 3.697 milliliters.

FAQ

- 1 Is a dram equal to a shot?
- 2 What size is a dram?
- 3 Why is a shot of whiskey called a dram?
- 4 How many ounces is a neat pour?
- 5 What’s a wee dram?
- 6 How many ml are in a dram?
- 7 What is a dram in pharmacy?
- 8 What does dram mean in medical terms?
- 9 What do you mean by dram?
- 10 What is dram used for?
- 11 How big is a 30 dram bottle?
- 12 What is the metric equivalent of 1 dram?

## Is a dram equal to a shot?

A dram is a small amount of liquid, so it is about the same amount as a shot.

## What size is a dram?

A dram is a unit of measure that is equal to 1/8 teaspoon, or about 0.4 milliliters.

## Why is a shot of whiskey called a dram?

A dram of whiskey is a small amount, typically about an ounce. The word “dram” comes from the Greek word for a unit of weight.

## How many ounces is a neat pour?

One ounce.

## What’s a wee dram?

A wee dram is a small amount of liquor, typically Scotch whisky.

## How many ml are in a dram?

1/8 fluid ounce or 3.69 mL

## What is a dram in pharmacy?

A dram is a small unit of measure used in pharmacy. It is typically equal to 1/8 of an ounce or 3.69 milliliters.

## What does dram mean in medical terms?

Dram is a unit of measure for fluid medications. In the US, 1 dram = 1/8 fluid ounces = 3.69 mL.

## What do you mean by dram?

A dram is a unit of measure for liquid volume.

## What is dram used for?

Dram is used for measuring liquid volumes.

## How big is a 30 dram bottle?

A 30 dram bottle is about 3.4 ounces.

## What is the metric equivalent of 1 dram?

The metric equivalent of 1 dram is 3.7cc.