A Washington D.C. Bar Serves A Cocktail Stirred By Sound [Video]
Just so long as you're not James Bond, you might enjoy this beverage.
James Bond famously (and most drink experts will say incorrectly) orders his martinis shaken, not stirred. Generally cocktails are stirred unless the ingredients include juice or egg whites.
The experts at the Columbian Room in Washington D.C. have figured out a way to stir a cocktail they appropriately call "Sound" using only...sound. It is stirred using a vibrating meditation bowl.
The Washingtonian mentions that the punch is made with brandy from Copper & Kings, which pumps a subwoofer into its cellar in an attempt to accelerate the aging of the spirit.