Saints Pour is a glass device that measures your pour straight out of the bottle. No need to worry about how much alcohol you are pouring. It even acts like a mini decanter for whiskeys, bourbons, rums, wines, and other alcohol.



  • So easy to use

    You just tip it upside down and it fills up to the exact amount. Flip it over and dump it out.

    – Mrs. Pots

  • Perfect Gift

    With one order I got 3 men a gift. My husband loves the way it looks on his bar. He also loves not having to clean a shot glass... obviously.

    – Faith U

  • Decanter for whiskey

    I swear it helps really open up the flavors of the whiskey. Not to mention it looks pretty cool when you are making a drink.

    – Ron B

  • Super fast shipping

    Seriously fast shipping. I ordered it on Friday and I received an email with the tracking info the same day. Cheap and easy. Love Saints Pour.

    – The Grey Fox

  • One for each bottle

    Yes I am that guy. I have a wet bar at my house and I put it on all my top shelf booze. Love the way they look and I don't have to measure when I make a drink.

    – Dusty D

Borosilicate glass

Our borosilicate glass is like a superhero - strong, safe, and non-toxic! It can withstand the toughest chemicals and acid degradation with ease, making it the ultimate choice for your needs!

Mightier than crystal, it's the perfect home or kraft bar accessory.

pile of size #8 corks


Each device includes two corks, size #8 and size #9, designed to fit all Saints Pour devices and accommodate the majority of bottle sizes.

Need more corks? Replacement corks are coming soon.

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We strive for 100% satisfaction. If your product breaks during regular use, or if you are unsatisfied for ANY other reason, let us know within 60-days for your money-back!


  • Saints Pour Instructions Tip

    STEP 1: TIP

    Kick off the pouring process by removing the cap and casually tipping the bottle as if you were nonchalantly pouring the booze into the glass. Allow the liquid to joyfully flow for a couple of seconds. Don't fret, it won't go overboard!

  • Saints Pour Instructions Lift

    STEP 2: LIFT

    Once the ball is brimming with liquid joy, lift the bottle's tip while the ball gracefully hangs low. The liquid in the bottle should not be touching the top of the bottle.

  • Saints Pour Instructions Turn

    Step 3: Turn

    Twist the bottle until the ball is pointed upwards, like a champ! Get ready for the liquid to flow out, so grab a glass and an ice ball! Don't forget to put the cap back in to save your incredible elixir.


What is Saints Pour?

Saints Pour is a glass device that measures your pour straight out of the bottle.

It's that simple. No mechanics or things that could go wrong. Simply, tip, lift, and turn. Measures the amount you are expecting.

Is this a dropshipping product?

Absolutely not! Saints Pour is our invention and is only sold by us. We are working on a design patent.

We are a small Mom and Pop shop out of Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Can I use Saints Pour on ... ?

The short answer is any standard size liquor bottle, not one of those small sissy bottles or one of those everyone gets a turn bottles. You know what I mean.

What is your return policy?

We know you will love this so we offer a 60 days money back guarantee on our units. If you would like to read more please visit our return and refund page.

Do you have a money back guarantee?

Yes, we do. If you are not happy with your purchase we will take back any unused or used product within 60 days of purchase. We know it will change your drinking experience.

How long does it take to get it?

Really that all depends on the postal service. If you place your order before 4PM CST, it ship that day. All order ship out of our facility within 1-2 days. After that it can take up to 5 days for you to receive it, depending on where you are located.

Do you offer Free Shipping?

We do offer Free Shipping on orders over $50 or over. If you add 3 or more units to your cart you will get Free Shipping.

Is condensation in bottle or unit bad?

Short answer No. Condensation just means you have a good seal with the bottle.

If you want to learn more watch this video. It's kind of interesting. The more you know 😊.