Tenmile Vesper

Tall bottle of vodka on a bar next to a small cocktail glass.

The Vesper was invented and named by Ian Fleming in the 1953 James Bond novel Casino Royale. Mixologist Mike Dundas, editor-in-chief of Spenser magazine, helped us reinvent the famed Vesper cocktail by altering the proportions of gin and vodka. The traditional Vesper features more gin whereas the Tenmile Vesper is more vodka-forward.


2 ounces Sinpatch Vodka
1 ounce Listening Rock Gin
½ ounce Cocchi Americano
Lemon twist to garnish


Chill glass with ice
Shake Sinpatch Vodka, Listening Rock Gin and Cocchi Americano in a cocktail shaker filled with ice
Discard ice and strain cocktail mixture into glass
Garnish with lemon twist

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