Great war leader, cigar smoker, tactician, politician and historian you have to admire the style of a man who not infrequently directed the greatest war in history from his bath, with a glass of champagne in hand.
A fan of Johnnie Walker, martinis, champagne, fine wines and cognac, Churchill was not shy about showing up in Parliament a little merry and when Mrs Astor once rebuked him for drunkenness, he shot back, "Yes, Madam. But you are ugly and in the morning I shall be sober". He also famously said that the only way to make a martini was with ice-cold gin, and a bow in the direction of France.
The great man also said "I would like to observe the vermouth from across the room while I drink my martini."
Or did he? The veracity of this and other quotations here.
For best Churchillian style, enjoy your Churchill Martini in the bath while smoking a cigar.