Espresso Martini Recipe

"A little Half & Half, Espresso Vodka, and Cream de Cacao"

espresso martini recipe

This espresso martini recipe started from a newsletter I received from the Wynn in Las Vegas. I liked what they had going on - but it was too sweet for me. (They called for simple syrup.) So I modified it some. If you want to add it back in - mentioned the ratios in the FAQ section below.

If you like that espresso coffee type flavor in drinks or desserts - see my coffee dessert recipes page, it has more of those type recipes. You know the ying yang - bitter and sweet mixed together.

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Espresso Martini

YIELD: 1 serving


* 1 1/2 oz. Espresso Vodka

* 1 oz. Creme de Cacao

* 1 oz. Half & Half


* Combine the above ingredients into a mixing glass.

* Add ice and shake well.

* Strain ( but there really won't be much to strain) and pour in a chilled glass.

* Garnish if you want with chocolate shavings on the rim.

* Serve.

* You should be shaken and ready to go in if you don't dilly dally, text, post, or get lost on the way to the liquor cabinet.

Can I use milk instead of half and half?

You need the fat in the half and half for flavor. Well, even the simulation of it - so the fat free half and half would do. But really the NORMAL half and half is the best.

How much simple syrup was called for in the original recipe?

An 1/8th of an ounce. So, if you think you need it - add it in. I just found it sweet and flavorful enough without.

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November 2017

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