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You Could Get Paid To Drink Martinis

You Could Get Paid To Drink Martinis

Getting paid to drink martinis sounds like a dream job right? Well, now's your chance.

If you're a martini lover, then this new job as an Official Martini Tester will be perfect for you.

You can now get paid to review a variety of martinis from established cocktail venues where you live, making this the best job ever.

My Poker Coaching is offering this dream job to celebrate the forthcoming release of James Bond's No Time To Die, with the successful applicant receiving $500 (£361) for their review.

Upon completion of the review, the applicant will also receive a professional cocktail set and spirits so they can recreate their favourite martini recipes.

All expenses will be included to taste test these martinis.

Regardless whether you prefer your martinis "shaken, not stirred" like our favourite secret agent, or not, this job will be one of the best ways to earn money – while drinking.

James Bond likes his martinis 'shaken, not stirred'. (

When reviewing the drinks, the Martini Tester must take into account the flavour and strength ratio, the appearance and garnish, the value for money, the quality of ingredients used, and whether it is shaken or stirred.

You can apply to be a Martini Tester now. Each applicant must explain why they'd be perfect for the role.

Applications close on Thursday 30th September, and you'll be contacted by 8th October if you're successful.

Anyone from the UK aged 18 or over, and those from the U.S and Canada aged 21 and over, are allowed to apply.

Anyone over the age of 18 in the UK can apply for the role. (
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The release of James Bond's No Time To Die was delayed by 18 months due to Covid-19 filming restrictions, but it is finally set for release on 30th September in UK cinemas

It's set to be the longest Bond film ever at two hours, 43 minutes, and will star Daniel Craig in his last appearance as 007 as well as Captain Marvel's Lashana Lynch.

Featured Image Credit: Maria Avdeeva/Unsplash

Topics: Food and Drink, TV And Film