Straight-up/Up/Straight with white spirits like rum and vodka means chilled in a shaker with ice, or in a cooler, then poured without the ice. Neat means what you're thinking of.
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Yeah. Neat is what I meant, though in my defense I've heard the term "straight" as in "straight out of the bottle."
Totally what people mean when they say straight, it's just one of those things people say. Who would really enjoy vodka at room temperature?
Who would really enjoy vodka at room temperature?Russians.
People don't drink vodka at room temperature in Russia. Those who do, don't have a room to drink in.
Yeah, but room temperature in Russia is 29 degrees Fahrenheit.
Switch the scale, leave the number, and then you're just about right.