English term (nip = bite, sip) for a bottle size that is usually used in airplanes, ships, trains or in hotel mini-bars. Also known as a dinky or quarter, the 0.1875 litre bottle corresponds to one quarter of a normal 0.75 litre bottle. The Pony bottle type has the same volume. See the complete list of all bottle designations under Bottles and generally under Wine Vessels.
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