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London’s ST. James Dukes Bar serves Ian Fleming James Bond Martinis

"Vesper" Dry Martini in Ian Flemings Film Casino Royale

James Bond's Vodka Martini

If being the central character to the world's most famous and most successful film franchise is not enough, Ian Fleming's creation can lay claim to one other pop culture icon - the vodka martini. Now popular in bars throughout the Western world, and more so following the 2006 big screen adaptation of "Casino Royale" when 007 invents the drink, the vodka martini is as synonymous with 007 as the Walther PPK, the Aston Martin DB5 or the sight of a beautiful girl hanging off his gun arm.

James Bond first ordered his trademark drink when he met CIA agent Felix Leiter in an early chapter in Ian Fleming's debut novel "Casino Royale", first published in 1953:
The Fleming 89, meanwhile, was created in partnership with London-based perfumery Floris whose No. 89 Eau de Toilette was Bond’s signature scent. Inspired by tonka beans used in the cologne,

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Above: "Casino Royale" author Ian Fleming was as notorious for his strong tastes as his creation James Bond.
 

James Bond and Kina Lillet
  "Vesper" Dry Martini

James Bond and Kina Lillet

Ian Fleming  writing his "spy story to end all spy stories", which included the recipe for James Bond's first contribution to the cocktail world, the Vesper (overshadowed later by the Vodka martini of course). 


Shake until ice cold and serve in a deep champagne goblet with a large thin slice of lemon peel


James Bond 007 museum looks back at the literary roots of James Bond's world famous drink "the Vesper", better known as the vodka martini...

The recipe given by Fleming is as follows:
  • 3 measures of Gordon's gin
  • 1 measure of vodka
  • 1/2 a measure of Kina Lillet
  • Shake until ice cold and serve in a deep champagne goblet with a large thin slice of lemon peel

 

Skakad men inte rörd

Casino Royal. I kapitel 7 sitter Bond tillsammans med Felix Leiter i en bar. Det är då vår Bond beställer en Vodka Martini, skakad men inte rörd.  Den skall bestå av följande ingredienser:

  • Tre mått Gordons gin
  • Ett mått vodka
  • Ett halvt mått Kina Lillet

Serveras i ett djupt champagneglas dekorerad med ett citronskal.

Vilken vodka som skall användas anger inte Ian Flemming men man kan anta att det är en vodka gjord på säd, inte på potatis. I andra böcker påpekar nämligen 007 potatisens olämplighet vid vodkaframställning. Ian Flemming kallar denna drink ”Vesper” efter Vesper Lynd.

Bland kännare är man oense om vodkan tillför eller förstör. Vissa säger att den dödar ginsmaken andra påstår att vodka är smak och luktlös och därför vare sig gör från eller till.

Aperitif eller Vermouth 

Stämmer då Amis uppgifter om Kina Lillet som en aperitif? Det kan stämma men det kan också vara så att Kina Lillet är det gamla namnet på tillverkaren, båda uppgifterna finns.

Glaset

Varför då ett djupt champagneglas? Min teori är att öppningen på ett sådant är smalare än på ett vanligt Martiniglas och när man skakar drinken så bildas det luft i drinken som inte försvinner lika snabbt.

Skakad?

Varför över huvud skaka en Martini. Ja, till att börja med så gör detta drinken kallare och det vet alla som tagit en snaps att kallt brännvin är godare än varm. Skakar man en Vesper med is blir den kallare och  godare.

  007 museum looks back at the literary roots of James Bond's world famous drink "the Vesper", better known as the vodka martini...

James Bond's Vodka Martini

If being the central character to the world's most famous and most successful film franchise is not enough, Ian Fleming's creation can lay claim to one other pop culture icon - the vodka martini. Now popular in bars throughout the Western world, and more so following the 2006 big screen adaptation of "Casino Royale" when 007 invents the drink, the vodka martini is as synonymous with 007 as the Walther PPK, the Aston Martin DB5 or the sight of a beautiful girl hanging off his gun arm.

James Bond first ordered his trademark drink when he met CIA agent Felix Leiter in an early chapter in Ian Fleming's debut novel "Casino Royale", first published in 1953:

'A dry martini,' he said. 'One. In a deep champagne goblet.'
'Oui, monsieur.'
'Just a moment. 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. Got it?'
'Certainly, monsieur.' The barman seemed pleased with the idea.
'Gosh, that's certainly a drink,' said Leiter.
Bond laughed. 'When I'm . . . er . . . concentrating,' he explained, 'I never have more than one drink before dinner. But I do like that one to be large and very strong and very cold and very well-made. I hate small portions of anything, particularly when they taste bad. This drink's my own invention. I'm going to patent it when I can think of a good name.'
 
Above: "Casino Royale" author Ian Fleming was as notorious for his strong tastes as his creation James Bond.

 

Shaken Or Stirred?
The concept of "bruising the gin" as a result of shaking a martini is an oft-debated topic. The term comes from an older argument over whether or not to bruise the mint in preparing a Mint Julep. A shaken martini is different from stirred for a few reasons. The shaking action breaks up the ice and adds more water, slightly weakening the drink but also altering the taste.

Some would say the shaken martini has a "more rounded" taste. Others, usually citing hard-to-track-down scientific studies, say that shaking causes more of a certain class of molecules (aldehydes) to bond with oxygen, resulting in a "sharper" taste. Shaking also adds tiny air bubbles, which can lead to a cloudy drink instead of clear.

In addition the drink is a perfect aperitif - it cleanses the mouth before eating - and the tiny air bubbles restrict the gin (or vodka) from reaching all tastebuds. This is why purists would claim that a martini should always be stirred. Some martini devotees believe the vermouth is more evenly distributed by shaking, which can alter the flavour and texture of the beverage as well. In some places, a shaken martini is referred to as a "Martini James Bond".
 


Kina Lillet's successsor - Lillet Blanc

 

As Sir Ian Fleming’s former watering hole, Dukes bar in London is a pilgrimage site for James Bond fans. After all, legend has it that it’s here where Fleming coined the catchphrase “shaken, not stirred” for his 007 British Secret Service agent, a slogan that would define Bond beyond simply his taste in cocktails.

Dukes bartender Alessandro Palazzi, who is as passionate about his trade as his fondness for the spy thriller series, which this year celebrates the 50th anniversary of the first Bond film to hit the silver screen. In honor of the spy hero, Palazzi created two martini recipes in Fleming’s honor since arriving at the bar five years ago: the Fleming 89 and Fleming’s Classic Vesper.

When Fleming wrote his first book in the 1950s, everything in society was strictly prescribed, including drinks and cocktail hour, Palazzi explains. Martinis were only ever served as an apéritif before dinner, drinks were never mixed with two white spirits and, moreover, cocktails were always stirred.
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But not for Bond. James Bond. In the first installment of the series, Casino Royale, 007 doles out specific instructions to the barman on how to prepare his drink, a cocktail that would later become known as the Vesper, after Bond girl Vesper Lynd. The recipe: three measures of Gordon’s, one measure of vodka, half a measure of Kina Lillet, with a slice of lemon — shaken.

Rules and conventions are thrown out, as Bond marches to his own drum and drinks what he likes, Palazzi says. “He likes to show off.”

‘Fleming and Bond-inspired martinis’

At Dukes, Palazzi has recreated the Vesper by using No. 3 London Dry Gin, Lillet Blanc, Angostura bitters, and Potocki vodka, a Polish vodka, in honor of the real-life inspiration for Vesper Lynd, Polish-born Christine Granville who was a wartime spy and reportedly Fleming’s lover.

It’s the most requested Bond-themed martini at the bar, where Palazzi serves about 50 a night at £16.95 (€21) a pop. It’s a steep pricetag, but Palazzi points out that drinkers get a cocktail and a show with their order, as drinks are executed with the pomp and circumstance expected of a former Fleming hangout: guests watch, seated at their tables as Palazzi wheels out a trolley laden with bottles of spirits which have just been pulled from the deep freeze.

The Fleming 89, meanwhile, was created in partnership with London-based perfumery Floris whose No. 89 Eau de Toilette was Bond’s signature scent. Inspired by tonka beans used in the cologne, Palazzi infuses 750 ml of Russian vodka with a handful of the vanilla-scented beans to create his special elixir. In a frosted martini glass, he adds a sugared rose, the infused vodka, English vermouth, Lillet, a few drops of chocolate bitter, tops it off with Russian vodka and as a final touch, gives it a spritz of rose liqueur, to create a chocolaty, dessert-like cocktail for £18.95 (€24).

With the Bond franchise celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first movie release, here are a few tips from Palazzi on how to clink to the milestone with the kind of martini Bond himself would approve of.

* Keep spirits in the freeze to make sure they’re ice cold.

* If you like you’re drinks slightly diluted, do it like Bond and shake the martini mix. Otherwise, stir.

* If you want to make it with ice, make sure to drain the water first.

* Work fast.

* Use an organic lemon as you want the oils from the peel, not the wax, to penetrate the drink.

* Martinis were meant to be sipped, not gulped.

 

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Published: 1953 to 1966
Novels: 14
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The Life of Ian Fleming (1908-1964)Ian Lancaster Fleming, born 28 maj 1908 i Mayfair, London, died 12 augusti 1964  Canterbury,

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Ian Fleming writing his novells in Jamaica Goldeneye 1953

 

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Fifty-six-year-old Ian Fleming died of a heart attack on the morning of August 12, 1964, in Canterbury, Kent, England, and was later buried in the churchyard of Sevenhampton village, near Swindon. Upon their own deaths, Fleming's widow, Ann Geraldine Mary Fleming (1913–1981), and son Caspar Robert Fleming (1952–1975), were buried next to him. Caspar committed suicide with a drug overdose.
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Ian Fleming buried in Wiltshire
Fifty-six-year-old Ian Fleming died of a heart attack on the morning of August 12, 1964, in Canterbury, Kent, England, and was later buried in the churchyard of Sevenhampton village, near Swindon. Upon their own deaths, Fleming's widow, Ann Geraldine Mary Fleming (1913–1981), and son Caspar Robert Fleming (1952–1975), were buried next to him. Caspar committed suicide with a drug overdose.
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It was in the late 1950s that Fleming, and his second wife Ann, made the move to Wiltshire to buy up and then pull down the large 16th-century manor of Warneford Place in Sevenhampton and in its place build the modern Sevenhampton Place
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Spouse(s)
  • Ann Geraldine Charteris
  • (1952–1964, his death)
    Son Casper1952-1975
Relatives
Ian Flemings Goldplatetypewriter Royal Quiet de Luxe.
1952 beställde en gyllene skrivmaskin från The Royal Typewriter Company i New York.

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Bibliografi

  • Casino Royale (1953; Casino Royale)
  • Leva och låta dö (1954; Live And Let Die)
  • Attentat (1955; Moonraker)
  • Döden spelar falskt (även Diamantfeber) (1956; Diamonds Are Forever)
  • Kamrat Mördare (även Agent 007 ser rött) (1957; From Russia With Love)
  • The Diamond Smugglers (1957) (ej Bond)
  • Döden på Jamaica (även Dr. No) (1958; Doctor No)
  • Goldfinger (1959; Goldfinger)
  • Ur dödlig synvinkel (noveller) (1960; For Your Eyes Only)
  • Åskbollen (1961; Thunderball)
  • Älskade spion (1962; The Spy Who Loved Me)
  • I Hennes Majestäts hemliga tjänst (1963; On Her Majesty's Secret Service)
  • Thrilling Cities (1963) (ej Bond)
  • Man lever bara två gånger (1964; You Only Live Twice)
  • Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (barnbok) (1964)
  • Mannen med den gyllene pistolen (1965; The Man With The Golden Gun)
  • Octopussy (noveller) (1966; Octopussy And The Living Daylights)
  • Ian Fleming introduces Jamaica

Fact File
  • Ian Lancaster Fleming was born on May 28, 1908 into a wealthy family, which owned Fleming's Bank. Like his brother Peter, the writer of many popular travel books, has was educated at Eton.
  • Fleming died of heart failure at the age of 56 in 1964. Fleming bought the demolished Warneford Place, formerly the home of Lord Banbury, in 1960. He moved in with his wife Ann when building on the new Sevenhampton Place was completed three years later.
  • The Flemings already had a home in Jamaica, but Sevenhampton was regarded as his true home, albeit for a brief period before his death, and he kept in touch with local affairs. He became vice-president of Swindon Artists' Society, made donations to local clubs and backed his prospective Tory MP Charles Morrision in 1964.
  • 0070 was the German diplomatic code used to send the Zimmerman telegram from Berlin to Washington. According to a report in the Swindon Advertiser, dated August 15, 1964.
  • The closest you can get to Sevenhampton via public transport is the South Marston Industrial Park. Dropped there by the No.7 bus, it's a further two-mile hike to the village by way of a long and winding road, passing along the way the Maranatha Christian School.
Welcome to Sevenhampton

FOR those bereft of private transport, Sevenhampton is all but cut-off from the rest of the county. Incredible when you think this tiny hamlet of 20 or 30 houses is actually no more than a 20-minute bus ride (if buses actually travelled there) from the Swindon's bus station

But it's worth a visit, if only to pay homage to one of the UK's best-known authors. Someone whose gold-plated typewriter turned the vodka martini (shaken, you understand, not stirred) into the world's most iconic drink.

Yet despite the cultural phenomenon spawned by this ex-navy intelligence officer's suave, urbane creation, nothing in this village exists to indicate that the author of one of Britain's best loved exports lies buried here, together with his wife, Ann, and son, Caspar. Indeed, it seems almost incomprehensible that Ian Fleming, who gave the world the double-zero prefix and Pussy Galore, should lie so undisturbed in such a modest little grave.

True, instead of a gravestone, there is an obelisk within the 20 or so other gravestones that neatly surround Fleming's last resting place, but cast aside any thoughts of grandeur - it is a plain, very modest memorial that gives no hint that the body lying beneath entrusted to the world the jewel that is Bond . . . James Bond.

The village is home to a collection of houses so perfect and picture-postcard pretty you could be forgiven for thinking you'd wandered into an episode of The X-Files. A single red phone box even boasts a Yellow Pages - in perfect condition, with not a single page torn or even creased.

 
The church itself is small but perfectly formed, another delightful miniature and falls under the umbrella of the parish of St Michael and All Angels, Highworth, the deanery of Swindon and the diocese of Bristol.

Fleming's grave is to the left of the church gate, along a well-kept path, looking forlorn and austere. The memorial simply reads: "In Memoriam Ian Fleming B 28 May 1908 D 12 Aug 1964. Omnia perfunctus vitae praemia marces". Buried with him is his wife Ann: "Ann Geraldine Mary Fleming 1913-1981. There is none like her, none" and his son, Caspar: "Caspar Robert Fleming 1952 - 1975: To cease upon the midnight with no pain"

Den förste skådespelare som spelade James Bond var inte  Sean Connery utan , en norskättad amerikan vid namn Barry Nelson.

Ian Flemings första Bond-roman, "Casino Royale," gavs ut i England 1953 och i USA året därpå.
Ian Fleming sålde snabbt filmrättigheterna till romanen till tv-bolaget CBS för endast 1000 dollar. Redan året därpå, 1954, visades som en tv-film i USA.

Den 21 oktober 1954, kl 20.30, visades i amerikansk tv en timslång omarbetning av Casino Royale i form av en direktsänd teaterpjäs. Programmet ingick i serien "CBS Climax Mystery Theater", där man varje vecka sände spänningshistorier i teaterform. Direktsändningen medförde givetvis vissa begränsningar i återgivningen av bokens intrig. Filmen var uppdelad i tre akter för att ge utrymme för reklamavbrott.

Regissören hette William H Brown och programmet presenterades av William Lundigan. Man hade tagit sig vissa friheter med Flemings originaltext. Bond var här en amerikansk agent och hade fått öknamnet "Card Sense Jimmy Bond". Felix Leiter hade blivit brittisk agent, men hade fått förnamnet Clarence.

 Bond spelades alltså av Barry Nelson, medan skurken Le Chiffre spelades av ingen mindre än Peter Lorre, känd från storfilmer som "Casablanca". Linda Christian hade den kvinnliga huvudrollen som Valerie Mathis (i boken heter hon ju Vesper Lynd). Intrigen följde annars romanen rätt väl och utspelades i Monte Carlo vid baccarat-bordet.
En hel del övertydliga förklaringar av casinospel fick läggas in i filmens dialog eftersom tv-publiken inte automatiskt kunde förväntas känna till hur man t ex spelar Baccarat eller Chemin de fer.

TV-programmet vållade ingen uppståndelse, fick halvbra kritik och glömdes sedan bort. Länge trodde man att inget bevarats till eftervärlden av denna version av Casino Royale.
 En filmsamlare vid namn Jim Shoenberger gick 1981 igenom gamla filmburkar med innehåll som skulle kastas, och återupptäckte då en välbevarad upptagning av programmet. Om det inte hade angivits "svart/vitt" på filmburken, hade Shoenberger kastat bort innehållet i tron att det var 1967 års Casino Royale-film. Han upptäckte då att filmrullen innehöll 1954 års tv-film.

Det gamla TV-programmet visades sedan offentligt för första gången i juli 1981 vid en James Bond Weekend i Los Angeles. Barry Nelson var inbjuden hedersgäst.
"Min roll var illa skriven, utan charm eller någonting. Min entré i programmet var verkligen komisk och det var inte bra, för det var inte alls meningen", sade Nelson i en intervju.

 

   
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