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    • Neat. Neat is used to order a drink that is served with no ice or mixers. It is, quite simply, a straight pour of liquor from the bottle into the glass. Neat drinks also are served at room temperature.
    • Up. Up usually describes a drink that is chilled with ice—either shaken or stirred—and strained into a glass without ice. Typically, these drinks are associated with a cocktail glass, and this makes it easy to remember.
    • Straight Up. Straight up can bring the most confusion because drinkers use it to refer to both neat and up drinks. Some of this confusion goes back to the multiple meanings of straight in the bar, which circles back to those orders like a straight shot of tequila.
    • Straight. Straight is where things get really confusing because drinkers use it in a few different ways: Some use straight when they order a straight pour of darker spirits.
  1. Oct 24, 2018 · On the Rocks. If there is a set of bartending terms that gets more bartending newcomers tripped up than any others it is the difference between Straight Up, Neat, and On the Rocks. Here is a quick explanation: Neat: A shot served room temperature without any additives. Up: A cocktail chilled and served in a cocktail glass without ice.

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  3. Keep in mind, however, that great bartenders have BOTH the soft skills (a people person) as well as the hard skills (what you learn in the bartending video tutorials). To be a good bartender, you need to: 1. Know about 30-50 core drinks 2. Have a good memory 3. Be able to work in a fast-paced environment 4. Enjoy people 5.

  4. May 09, 2008 · Conversely, the bold flavors of a gin and tonic need more than a light spritzing of lemon or lime oils on the surface of the drink. To recap: Neat: Right out of the bottle. Up: Chilled, and served in a cocktail glass. Straight Up: Usually means “neat”, but check first. Twist: A thin strip of citrus peel. Default is lemon.

  5. Straight up/up - a drink that is chilled by shaking or stirring and then poured into a long-stemmed glass. Others Angel’s Share - the part of a spirit that naturally evaporates while aging in a barrel. Aperitif - generally a drink that is consumed before dinner which is seen as an aid for the aperitif.

  6. Straight up – Refers to a drink, like a martini, which is shaken in a shaker and strained into a glass. In some areas, straight up is used interchangeably with ‘neat’. Strain – To drain the liquid out of a shaker tin. Toddy -A sweetened drink of liquor and hot water, often with spices and served in a tall glass.