July 26, 2006

James Bond Martini Recipe

Let's face it...it'd be pretty damn cool to be James Bond. Jumping out of planes, wrestling with sharks, sexing up everyone with a heartbeat from Monaco to Antarctica. If you want to take a step in the direction we've dug up a recipe for a James Bond Martini. We can't guarantee the lifestyle but at least your breath will smell like James Bond's when you're sitting on the couch watching America's Top Model.

The James Bond Martini
From Casino Royale by Ian Fleming

Three ounces of Gordon’s Gin
One ounce vodka
Half a measure of Kina Lillet

Pour ingredients over ice. Shake it to chill and for texture.
Serve in a deep champagne goblet.

via World on a Plate

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at July 26, 2006 6:28 AM
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