Combining ingredients directly in the glass. It can mean with or without ice, and is usually done in a specific order.
The technique of rinsing a glass with a small amount of liquid to add flavor. Excess liquid is removed and the drink is poured in.
Garnishing a drink with ground spices sprinkled on top. Nutmeg, cinnamon and chocolate are among the most common.
Crushing ingredients in the bottom of a glass. Typically before a majority of the liquid is added.
Pouring liquor directly from a bottle into a glass without chilling.
Moistening the rim to allow for sugar, salt, or some other ground flavor to stick to the rim of the glass.
Any liquid measurement that is ½ oz. or less.
The soaking of solids in liquor (usually Everclear®) to extract or infuse the flavors. May be done for hours, weeks or even months, depending on the desired strength of flavor.