What does scotch neat mean?

Answer The term "scotch neat" refers to drinking scotch whiskey without any additives of any sort. Scotch neat has no soda, water or even ice added to it, and is often the preferred method of drinking sco... Read More »

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What does scotch in scotch doubles mean?

When you play scotch doubles in bowling, the term scotch refers to the style of play in which the partners alternate shots. If a player fails to bowl a strike, his partner attempts to pick up the s... Read More »

Which way do you prefer Scotch--straight, neat or on the rocks?

Why does this question sound so sexy AG?Anyway, if I did, probably on the rocks (isn't that with icebubes?).

What does neat mean with alcohol?

When speaking about alcohol, the term neat refers to serving a drink without any mixers or ice. For example, if you ordered a whiskey neat, you would receive a glass of room temperature whiskey. Wh... Read More »

What does neat mean when ordering a drink?

When ordering a drink, the term neat means you are requesting just liquor--no ice--and the drink served in an old-fashioned glass, according to Good Cocktails. Since a person wants to sip a neat dr... Read More »