Though the metric system has a slightly complicated history¹, this international sanctioned system of measurement is easier to understand than many might think. As we utilize the metric system for our bottle sizing, we want to help minimize any confusion and clarify the product sizings for anyone still unfamiliar with the measurements.
Bottle Sizes We Carry (Conversions)
(Individual 60 ml bottle) 60 ml = 2.02884 oz = 2 oz
200 ml = 6.7628 oz = 6.7 oz
375 ml = 12.6803 oz = 12.7 oz
(Wine bottle size) 750 ml = 25.3605 oz = 25.4 oz
For Reference (Basic Conversions)
1 U.S. Gallon = 3.785 Liters = 128 Fl. Oz.
1 Liter = 1,000 ml = 33.8 Fl. Oz.
Chef Alyssa Dion
Saratoga Olive Oil Co.
P.S. Even rocket scientists mess this up sometimes, so don't feel bad if it takes a little bit to adjust to it.
¹William Harris "Why Isn't the U.S. on the Metric System?" 4 October 2011.
HowStuffWorks.com. <https://science.howstuffworks.com/why-us-not-on-metric-system.htm> 21 August 2018