|1⁄4||oz||Lillet Blanc (or Cocchi Americano)|
|1||twst||Lemon zest (as garnish)|
Shake, strain, straight up, cocktail glass. Because that is the way Bond likes it -- shaken, not stirred.
Created by Ian Fleming for the character Vesper in Casino Royale. This version is as adapted by Gary Regan. The original calls for Lillet Kina. Some feel that Cocchi Americano is a good substitute.
From other users
- I prefer the reversed version!
- I've done it with 3 gin 2 vodka and 1 lillet
- Awesome classic Cocktail
- Variation 1: one drop of Grapefruit bitters, 1 drop of Lemon bitters
- yet to try
- should be good
- made shaken very cold, added 2 ml of tonic water with quinine in it.
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