The 60-year-old historical novelist pointed out that in 'Dr No' 007 drank two bottles of bourbon, a bottle of champagne, a Calvados and four dry martinis in one night.
What does DM stand for?
DM stands for Dry Martini (IETF; version of PWE3)
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These are all very personal questions that only the drinker can ultimately answer, but one thing we should all agree on is the perfect dry Martini should be made with gin
Byline: Darren Devine APIZZA and a dry Martini might not sound like everyone's idea of a great night out - but they're the criteria a major travel website has used to compile a list of Britain's cheapest nights out.
A night's stay in a four-star hotel, a five-mile taxi journey, a pizza and a dry Martini would set the average tourist back pounds 123.
It's unfair that chaps who spend most of their time filling their pipes, pressing their trousers and mixing dry Martinis don't get a chance to compete," he told AFP.
The barman already knew what he wanted and had a large James Bondstyle dry Martini with two olives waiting.