james bond

United States
October 24, 2006 8:55am CST
why does he prefer his drinks shaken
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5 responses
• United States
24 Oct 06
It was common belief that Shaking will bruise the Gin in the martini. The taste is very similar, but most would have stirred the drink. To have one shaken, it would have had to have been requested that way.
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• Canada
2 Apr 07
Most bartenders in modern clubs and bars couldn't care less one way or the other how you ask for your martini. But I've heard of some mixologists who will refuse to shake a martini, even if the customer asks for it that way.
@ddsully (1064)
• United States
24 Oct 06
he is james bond, he can have his drinks anyway he wants..:)
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@jdduffer (129)
• United States
24 Oct 06
Just because he is James Bond, that is what I think, can't wait to see the new James Bond movie!!
• Indonesia
11 Apr 07
Hey, i love the adventurer of James bond
@Doomsayer (115)
• United States
11 Apr 07
Well, when stirred, a martini will be cooled faster, but will also cause the flavor to be weakened, as opposed to the shaken method, resulting an a warmer martini, but a more flavorful one. That's from memory, so I may have it backwards, but that's what I recall. Bond obviously likes 'em flavorful.