NOTE: Watermark will NOT appear on the print! (Ive just had a recent problem with art images being stolen on the web :( ) This is a HQ print of an original pencil drawing I made of Eva Green as Vesper in Casino Royale. It was made entirely with graphite pencils. Drawing print will be.
The Vesper or Vesper Martini is a cocktail that was originally made of gin, vodka, and Kina Lillet.
Vesper Lynd is a fictional spy who featured in the first of Ian Fleming’s James Bond novels, Casino Royale. In the first film in 1967 she is played by Ursula Andress and in the 2006 Daniel Craig version, Vesper is played by Eva Green. In the novel, the character explains that she was born on a “dark and stormy” night, and her parents named her “Vesper” after the Latin word meaning.The drink first appeared in Ian Fleming’s 1953 novel Casino Royale when Bond asked for “Three measures of Gordon’s, one of vodka, half a measure of Kina Lillet. Shake it very well until it’s ice-cold, then add a large thin slice of lemon peel.” While we prefer our martinis stirred and not shaken, feel free to do as Bond does with this one. But be warned, if you take it at Bond’s.The drinks of Casino Royale. A look at what 007 drinks in Daniel Craig’s debut as James Bond. The first drink of the Daniel Craig era is served around half an hour into Casino Royale. After arriving at the One and Only Ocean Club (now known simply as The Ocean Club) Bond heads for the bar where Alex Dimitrios is playing poker. Bond orders a Mount Gay rum and soda at the bar before asking if.
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The Vesper Martini is the drink that is made famous by James Bond in the novel Casino Royale.Just for the sake of some history on the origin of the drink, the drink recipe was introduced in Chapter Seven of the book, but was not named until chapter eight, when James Bond meets the double agent Vesper Lynd. There is also a story which says that the drink was originally made by Gilberto Preti.
The Vesper cocktail is a drink James Bond invents in Casino Royale, named for a lost love. It’s actually not the traditional vodka martini Bond favors. It’s actually not the traditional vodka martini Bond favors.
In Casino Royale, James Bond approaches the bar and asks for a very specific type of martini. In the next chapter, he names it “the Vesper” after his love interest, Vesper Lynd. (Vesper means “evening” in Latin, and she was born on a stormy evening. Classic, right?) The drink quantities and ingredients in the book were so specific, you can easily recreate the Vesper at home. The.
Lastly, in the movie Casino Royale, when Vesper asks James if he named the drink after her “because of the bitter aftertaste”, he replies that he named it for her, “because once you have tasted it, you won’t drink anything else.” Pretty cool, and our aspiration for our Vesper. This is the driest of dry martinis. Let us know what you.
A true Bond-style cocktail, the Vesper was first mentioned by writer Ian Fleming in his 1953 novel, Casino Royale, as a drink order detailed by Bond himself. He specifies a strong formula of vodka, gin and Kina Lillet, “shaken, not stirred,” of course. Some historians have speculated that Bond slipped up in specifying Kina Lillet—a quinine-flavored white wine aperitif whose distillery.
Well, this guy isn’t too far off the mark but to be quite honest a Vesper martini is fairly heavy on the alcohol since the standard martini, gin or vodka, is about 2 ounces. Or at least it was.
The drink was popularized in the novel Casino Royale (1953) when ordered by its inventor, secret agent James Bond (Agent 007), to commemorate his strong feelings for its namesake, Vesper Lynd. Although there have been a teleplay and two films based on this book, the signature cocktail was only mentioned twice in the recent Casino Royale (2006 Film): when he ordered it at the poker table and.
The Ingredients. 60 ml Gin, 20 ml 100 Proof Vodka, 10 ml Kina Lillet. How To make a Vesper Martini. Shake over ice until well chilled, then strain into a deep goblet and garnish with a thin slice of lemon peel.