The Vesper martini cocktail has often been claimed to have been invented in the 1930s by British novelist Ian Fleming for his James Bond character. This drink is made with equal parts of gin and vodka, along with a small amount of lillet blanc. The name comes from the first Bond woman in the book series, Vesper Lynd. However, most sources agree that Fleming did not invent this drink himself but probably found it in a recipe book. The ingredients used for making this cocktail are authentic and imported from Italy, Spain, and France. It is the perfect gift for your loved ones on any special occasion.
3 ounces Gordon's Dry London Gin
1 ounce vodka
½ ounce Lillet Blanc
Lemon peel for garnish
1. Chill a cocktail glass.
2. In a mixing glass, combine the gin, vodka, and Lillet Blanc.
3. Add the ice and stir.
4. Strain the mixture into the chilled cocktail glass.
5. Garnish the drink with a strip of lemon peel.