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The Bond Legacy • July/August 2020

James Bond has thrilled on the silver screen for almost 60 years, starting with the dashing Sean Connery in Dr. No and continuing this fall with No Time To Die. We go behind Agent 007 by looking at how Bond has changed over the years, and dive deep into his classic “Shaken, Not Stirred” Martini. We also look at the revival of the Drive-In theatre, million-dollar golf matches, a conversation with Oliva’s Fred Vandermarliere, the sale of the world’s biggest cigar company and our Fuente-featured Connoisseur’s Corner. Plus, an innovative cutter, Ozarks getaway, how to make the best tiki drinks this summer and our review of 76 cigars.

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