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  1. Jan 14, 2020 · Every Single Bartender & Mixology Term Explained. January 14, 2020 by Mixology Crew. If you’ve ever set foot in a bar, you’ll have heard certain terms thrown around by customers and bartenders alike. Phrases such as “on the rocks”, “straight up”, and “a dash” are fairly well known by most. Yet there are plenty of mixology terms ...

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  2. May 09, 2008 · At bartending school we were explicitly told, up, neat, straight and straight up all mean the same thing. Warm shot right out of the bottle. Although “straight up” was used to refer to cocktails that are mixed with ice then strained into a chilled glass.

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  4. 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.

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  5. Oct 24, 2018 · Let’s get started… Must Know Bartending Terms Up vs. Neat vs. 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.

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  7. May 22, 2015 · 4. Up. Up and neat are two of the most confused terms in the bartending world. A drink served up has been chilled through by shaking or stirring, then strained into an empty glass and served ...