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Bartenders have their own vocabulary to describe the ways in which they construct drinks. Below are some of the most common terms to know in any restaurant setting. Build: Fill a glass with ice and pour in the ingredients. Stir: Fill a glass with ice, build, then stir with a straw. In the case of stirring a classic Martini or Manhattan, you are stirring the mixture in a shaker glass of ice with a bar spoon then strained with a … Read more »
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