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Shaken not Stirred
A different, modern approach in the 5th Lotus Sunrise design
You are now entering a world of secrets, spies, and glamour in
the‘Shaken not Stirred' Collection. These cocktail designs reflect the lifestyle of the world's favourite secret
agent, James Bond the '007'. There are 4 cool designs in the 5th Lotus Sunrise collection. To view these designs in
large size, go to theGallery 5
A velvet midnight curtain falls softly behind a
classic icon of a dry martini shaken, not stirred. Served in the traditional cocktail glass,
V-shaped with a long stem to keep the drink cool, this short, strong Gin-based mix, has made a
distinguished trademark in the lifestyle of the world's favourite secret agent, James
Contrasting with the background, are zesty lemon
peels and pimento olives playfully showering down, to add the appropriate garnishing touch. Twin
images of moon crescents, set the mood for enchanting, secret late night rendezvous, as they sail
high above the earth along their lunar path. Solar reflections that ride across the celestial sea,
like vermilion waves, create an air of mystery and intrigue. Dating from the 1920's, the cult of
the cocktail has remained a popular invention, with its enormous variety increasing in styles and
flavours around the world.
Swirls of stylised plump, red berries and
romantic frozen strawberry daiquiris, are encompassed in eye catching circular design. This fruity
pre-dinner drink, is based on rum, the spirit famous for the West Indies. Combined with flavours
such as strawberries, it is served in large goblets with lots of ice. A palatable cocktail for
Braided-like patterns extend from the circular
frame creating a textured look, like the island craft of decorative weaving. Behind, dreamy clouds
float across a lover's sky, tinted with soft powder blues and pinks that could have been blended by
the hand of Cupid, himself.
Club de Colada
Another cocktail shaken not stirred, is the well
known Pina Colada. Enjoyed as a creamy afternoon delight, it begins with a rum-base, mixed with the
tropical flavours of pineapple juice and coconut cream. This design takes on a reversable effect.
Split images of pina coladas, served in high ball glasses, are placed vice versa to each other.
Pineapple slices and their spears are the customary garnish, adding true island sparkle with
pineapple swizzle sticks.
Delicate motifs of stylised pineapple spears or
leaves, further extend the flavour of this design, matched with the sweeping hues of this fruit
highlighting the background. While cool shades of lush green beneath pineapple line work, provides
a window frame into Club de Colada's warm tropical afternoons by the pool, with the nectar of
An elegant old style champagne saucer takes the
limelight, detailed with a delicate cut glass pattern of leaves, that nestle a creamy indulgence,
fit for an emperor.
Those of us with a little 'savoir faire'
(sophisticated know-how) will know that this is the perfect 'after-dinner mint' of the cocktail
world. The Grasshopper is based on green créme de menth ( a french liqueur made from peppermint)
combined with white créme de cacao (cocoa liqueur) and cream. It is normally served after dinner
and followed by strong dark coffee.
Ruby red maraschino cherries and sweet mint
leaves offer a tempting sight for our grasshopper motif, created in oriental line tradition.
Finishing with imperial excellence, alike to Ming Dynasty designs, is a lotus petal-shape frame,
that captures swirling intricate patterns and stylised mint leaves in the