Espresso Martini

DIFFICULTY
15m

1984. A model enters a bar in London and orders something that can really wake her up: This is how the Espresso Martini was born. We’ll now revisit this recipe with the Training Centre’s addition of a traditional Piedmontese liqueur: Frangelico.
Ingredients
  • 1 full cup of coffee
  • 30 ml vodka
  • 30 ml Frangelico (or coffee liqueur)
  • 6 ice cubes
  • 5 g sugar
  • ½ Gianduiotto (optional)
Preparation

Method

Prepare an espresso and add sugar. Place the ice, the sweetened coffee, the vodka and the Frangelico in the shaker. Shake well and pour the contents into a martini glass.

 

 

Presentation

Cut the Gianduiotto in half and then use a knife to make an incision: use this to fit it on the rim of the cup.

Alternatively, garnish with 3 coffee beans placed face up in the center of the cup.

 

 

The ideal coffee for this recipe
Divino
A precious espresso, suitable for preparations with milk.
A blend of premium Robusta and Arabica, for a velvety espresso with notes of chocolate and liqueur accompanied by hints of dried fruits.
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