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Espresso Martini

Recipe & photo from @the.secondshot

RatingDifficultyIntermediate

Recipe & photo from @the.secondshot

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Yields1 Serving
 45 ml Espresso
 15 ml Coffee Liqueur
 5 ml Fernet
 15 ml Cinnamon Syrup
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Holiday season is basically here, and that means we usually put a little cinnamon or Cardamom in our coffee. Here I wanted to incorporate that idea into an Espresso Martini. I always use a Whisky or Rum as the base because I feel it gives a better body compared to the Classic Vodka. Here I chose a Single Malt as I felt it wouldn’t compete with the cinnamon syrup as much as it would let the cinnamon stand out. I garnished with an After Eight because it just went well with the evening holiday vibe I was going for.

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Ingredients

 45 ml Espresso
 15 ml Coffee Liqueur
 5 ml Fernet
 15 ml Cinnamon Syrup

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Holiday season is basically here, and that means we usually put a little cinnamon or Cardamom in our coffee. Here I wanted to incorporate that idea into an Espresso Martini. I always use a Whisky or Rum as the base because I feel it gives a better body compared to the Classic Vodka. Here I chose a Single Malt as I felt it wouldn’t compete with the cinnamon syrup as much as it would let the cinnamon stand out. I garnished with an After Eight because it just went well with the evening holiday vibe I was going for.

Espresso Martini

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