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Why "shaken but not stirred"?
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Secret agent 007, James Bond, always insists that his vodka Martini be shaken but not stirred. This lecture will explore possible reasons for this predilection and discuss some other strange aspects of common beverages, such as why do the bubbles on a freshly poured Guinness appear to go down rather than up on the sides of the glass.
This talk is part of the Lady Margaret Lectures series.
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