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1

What is the consistent measurement for Triple Sec, Grenadine, Creme de __, and Lime juice?

1/2 oz.

2

What is the standard pour of wines?

5 oz.

3

What is the standard house pour of liquor?

1 oz.

4

What is the standard pour of Brandies and Cognacs?

1-1/2 oz.

5

What is Cranberry juice or tonic normally paired with?

A lime.

6

What is "served up"?

No ice

7

What is "neat"?

Poured straight into glass

8

What is "on the rocks"?

Poured over ice. No mixing method.

9

When do you use a straw?

When there is ice and at least two ingredients.

10

A straw will not be needed if there is _ __.

no ice.

11

What is a highball variation in a 10 or 12 oz. glass with a ratio of 1 part liquor and 4 parts mixer?

A "tall"

12

What is a highball variation in a highball glass (8/9 oz.) with a ratio of 2 parts liquor and 1 part mixer?

A "double"

13

Free Pour:
1/2 oz. = ___
3/4 oz. = ___
1 oz. = ___
1 1/2 oz. = ___
2 oz. = ___
2 1/2 oz. = ___

1/2 oz. = 2 count
3/4 oz. = 1 AND 2 count
1 oz. = 3 count
1 1/2 oz. = 5 count
2 oz. = 6 count
2 1/2 oz. = 8 count

14

What are the many uses for Club Soda?

Keeping fruit fresh, cleaning beer lines, removing stains, cleaning stainless steel, and cleaning the bar top.

15

"Screw" = ____

Orange juice

16

"Up against a wall" or "wall" = _____

1/2 oz. Galliano

17

What is a "naked lady"?

Margarita with no salted rim

18

What drinks do you put two stir sticks in?

Margaritas

19

What is bitters?

90 proof - roots, fruits, and herbs

20

How much is poured when one ingredient is requested on the rocks?

1 1/2 oz.

21

When layering, start with the ____ proof. The _____ the proof, the ____ the density.

Lowest; lower; higher