Easy Vodka Espresso Martini
Not Expresso as I so often see! It really does my head in….Here’s a lovely recipe for an Easy Vodka Espresso Martini
A Classic easy vodka espresso
A classic Easy Vodka Espresso Martini one of my faves and a fave of my dear friends <3 ( I miss her everyday).
We had some amazing afternoons and evenings drinking these beauts and putting the world to right, so many lovely memories to treasure
I’ll love you forever Annie! Miss you
So what exactly is an Espresso Martini and how do you make it?
Well it is a cold, coffee-flavored cocktail made with vodka, espresso coffee, coffee liqueur, and sugar syrup. Mmmmmmm – so many of my favourite things
It is not actually a true martini, but is one of many drinks that incorporate the term into their names.
Do you love coffee incorporated into alcohol?
I love coffee everything, love it!
I make the main drink early in the day then pop it in the fridge. Before serving I shake it over ice!
Delicious – pop a coffee bean on top to be super posh!
Don’t drink too many late at night – the caffeine will keep you awake! Possibly
Serve with maybe:
The Strawberry Shortcake Pud is absolutely screaming out to be served with this as an after dinner tipple.
As a duo they have to be the winning combo
Another Martini not espresso but yummy!
I also have another amazing Martini Cocktail – So a little twist was in order in my 6pm Drinkies category so we came up with –
This Clementine Martini is so good and so very easy peasylemonsqueezy!
And another Vodka Cocktail
The Cosmo a totally classic vodka cocktail and dead easy to make. It could actually be my most favourite cocktail, well….. definitely in my top 3!
And finally – if you love coffee! Try my easy Coffee Cake – yum
Go steady with them – they are strong!
Vodka Espresso Martini
- 40 ml Vodka
- 20 ml Kahlua
- 35 ml Espresso let it cool down first!
- Sugar optional
- Coffee beans to garnish if you're a Posh Bird
- Put booze and coffee in shaker with sprinkle of sugar if you want if with a bit of sweetness.
- Fill with ice.
- Shake like crazy for about 20 seconds (gets the frothy top)
- Pour into your martini glass Pop on the coffee beans as a garnish