Diamonds & Pearls Cocktail Recipe
How to make Diamonds & Pearls Cocktail
About Diamonds & Pearls
"Shaken, not stirred" is a catchphrase of Ian Fleming's fictional British Secret Service agent James Bond, and his preference for how he wished his martini prepared. The phrase first appears in the novel Diamonds Are Forever, though Bond does not actually say the line until Dr. No but says it "shaken and not stirred" instead of "shaken, not stirred." It was first uttered in the films by Sean Connery in Goldfinger in 1964. It was used in numerous Bond films thereafter with the notable exceptions of You Only Live Twice, in which the drink is offered stirred, not shaken, and Casino Royale, in which Bond, after losing millions of dollars in a game of poker, is asked if he wants his martini shaken or stirred, and snaps, "Do I look like I give a damn?" This phrase has become a recognisable catchphrase in western popular culture and has appeared in many films, television programmes and video games for its cliché value. In Tom Clancy's novel Without Remorse, when ex-Navy Seal John Clark is asked his opinion of CIA operatives he worked with in the Vietnam War, he replies, "A couple were all right but most of them spent their time upstairs mixing martinis, shaken, not stirred". Roger Moore used the phrase in one episode of The Saint, eight years before he played James Bond himself. Ironically, while playing Bond, Moore never ordered a martini, although he received one in The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker and Octopussy.
Everything you need to know about Diamonds & Pearls cocktail, and how to make one. It belongs to the shortdrink drink category, has sweet taste, strong alcohol and creamy texture. You can find the recipe of Diamonds & Pearls above.