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Preparation1. Measure out 1.75 oz. of Bulleit Kentucky Straight Bourbon.2. Pour directly into a Rocks glass.
15.8 g per serve
History of the drink
Neat is a term used to describe a single, undiluted spirit served without any mixers or other ingredients. The term can be used to describe any spirit but is most commonly used in reference to whiskey. Neat whiskey is one of the oldest ways to drink the spirit and has been enjoyed for centuries. The oriGins of the term are unclear, but it's thought to come from the Old English word 'niot', meaning 'not wet'. This likely refers to the fact that neat spirits are not diluted with water or other mixers. The term may also come from the Latin word 'neatus', meaning 'clean' or 'pure'. Neat whiskey is typically served in a rocks glass, which is a short, wide glass that allows the drinker to enjoy the full aroma of the spirit. Neat whiskey can also be enjoyed in a snifter, which is a glass with a wide bowl and narrow top that's designed to trap the aromas of the spirit.
Neat Whiskey has been enjoyed for centuries and is one of the oldest ways to drink the spirit. The term 'neat' likely comes from the Old English word 'niot', meaning 'not wet'. This refers to the fact that neat spirits are not diluted with water or other mixers. Neat Whiskey is typically served in a rocks glass or a snifter.