International Coffee Day Cocktails

Ways To Add Coffee To Your Cocktail!

Next time you're shaking things up at home, consider adding a shot of espresso to your drink. Here's a few ideas.

Espresso isn't just for your morning wake-up call; it's also a secret weapon in the world of cocktails, adding a caffeinated kick and a burst of flavour that'll make your taste buds do a happy dance. 

Espresso Martini

The Espresso Martini is like a shot of caffeine dressed up for a night on the town. This cocktail blends the boldness of espresso with the sweet embrace of coffee liqueur and a dash of vodka for that extra oomph. It's a velvety delight with a frothy topping – just imagine sipping on one of these while chatting with friends at a trendy cocktail bar.

Espresso Old Fashioned

A twist on a classic: the Espresso Old Fashioned. Instead of the usual water, sub it with espresso. The result? A more robust, full-bodied version of the classic Old Fashioned. It's like your favourite cocktail went to the gym and came back stronger and bolder.

Mocka Martini

Got a sweet tooth? The Mocha Martini is your go-to. Espresso teams up with chocolate liqueur and cream to create a dessert-like dream in a glass. You can even get fancy with some grated chocolate or a sprinkle of cocoa powder on top.

Espresso Negroni

We're giving the classic Negroni a caffeine makeover by replacing the gin with espresso. The bitterness of the coffee balances beautifully with the herbal and bitter notes, creating a unique and satisfying sip.

Irish Coffee

Instead of your usual cup of joe, swap it for espresso. It's like upgrading to first class on a flight – the rich coffee flavours blend perfectly with Irish whiskey, brown sugar, and a dollop of whipped cream on top.

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