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  1. Answer (1 of 13): There are a couple of different reasons actually. 1. So you can stir up your drink as some mixed drinks will separate. 2. To make it easier to drink, some mixed drink have a lot of ice which begins melting immediately after it touches alcohol.

  2. Oct 15, 2018 · But many bartenders, including Grenz, acknowledge several drawbacks to paper straws, including quick disintegration and the addition of unwanted flavors to the drink. Renowned Washington D.C....

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  4. Oct 15, 2018 · “Paper straws are terrible,” Frye says. “They impart flavor changes on your drink when they break off or are used with crushed ice.” Inaka Ho of Cocktail Co in Sydney voices concern for a different...

  5. level 1 · 7y When I was a bartender/waitress, two straws indicated your drink was made with diet soda. Doesn't explain why some people do it with other types of drinks, but it worked for knowing your rum-n-diet from your rum-n-coke. 5 level 1 · 7y Unlike the commenter before me, I've never heard of that diet vs. regular coke trick before.

  6. Sometimes two straws are given because one straw is so skinny and the flow is too slow. Particularly with drinks that have a lot of crushed ice -- or that are a little more viscous -- it can be frustrating to drink out of. But long drinks, like collins and fizzes, one is usually fine.