You are $50 away from free shipping!

Dry Gin, Botanic Vodka

Shaken, Not Stirred

In our weekly series, we talk content and cocktails with maude, a modern sexual wellness brand based out of Brooklyn. Each Wednesday, we’ll offer recommended rituals for an intimate evening at home.

This week: A drink fit for 007 himself, the Vesper was invented by none other than Bond author Ian Fleming. While all-spirit cocktails are typically stirred, Bond takes his with a heavy shake. Go ahead and follow his lead while queuing up some of our other cinematic crushes of the golden age.

To drink—
Vesper Martini

To watch—
Relive the glories of the golden age of cinema with drama darlings Bardot and Bogart. Find the full list of vintage escapes here.

To listen—
Dim the lights and put on silky smooth tunes from the likes of Cleo Sol and Grace Carter.

Vesper Martini


1.5 oz AMASS Dry Gin
1 oz AMASS Botanic Vodka
0.5 oz Cocchi Americano
Lemon Twist, for garnish


Pour ingredients into a mixing glass or cocktail shaker with ice and stir or shake, depending on your preference. Strain into a chilled glass and garnish with a lemon twist.

Shaken, Not Stirred
Back to Cocktails Shop All Beverages

Terms & Conditions

Offer valid on orders of AMASS Personal Care. Offer not valid on AMASS Spirits. Order value must meet or exceed $50.00. Orders must be shipped within the contiguous US. Offer not valid for shipping to Hawaii or Alaska. Cannot be combined with other offers.


Terms & Conditions

Thanks for shopping our Black Friday Early Access Sale.

Enjoy early access to AMASS Black Friday deals and SAVE 20% ON PERSONAL CARE & NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES and 15% ON BOTANIC SPIRITS when you enter the code BF21 at checkout.

The promotion is valid on orders made 11/22/2021 thru 11/29/2021 by 11:59PM. Promo code required at checkout. Promo does not apply to subscription orders or gift cards and cannot be combined with other promotions.


It looks like you are accessing our site from outside of the United States. Do you wish to continue to our rest of world site?