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March down to Park Plaza County Hall for the month of martinis
London, 16 February 2012 - To celebrate Ian Fleming and fifty years of James Bond films, Park Plaza County Hall is launching a special limited edition martini called the Miss Moneypenny, for guests, visitors to London and James Bond enthusiasts in March.
With Martini Extra Dry, sloe gin and standard gin, the Miss Moneypenny is finished with orange peel and blackberries.
This year marks 50 years since the very first James Bond film, Dr. No graced the silver screen back in 1962. The latest James Bond adventure, Skyfall, is due out at cinemas in October 2012 and will see Daniel Craig take up the role of Bond for the third time so a perfect time to enjoy Mr Bond’s tipple of choice – whether you prefer it shaken or stirred.
Available throughout March, the Miss Moneypenny will join the classic Martini and the sweeter French counterpart to form a trio of martinis all costing £9.50. What’s more, the centrally-based London hotel Park Plaza County Hall will be offering all martinis on a two for the price of one deal.
“James Bond is an iconic British hero and with our Thames location, a stone’s throw from MI6 headquarters, we wanted to celebrate fifty years of great films by introducing a special martini. My personal favourite character, aside from the man himself, is Miss Moneypenny – she’s definitely the unsung heroine with plenty of patience!” said Simon Mahon, Park Plaza County Hall’s General Manager.
The cocktail offer is available from 11am to 2am daily and normal regulations for the sale of alcohol apply.