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The Espresso Martini is a variant of a classic vodka drink with a strong emphasis on caffeine. As the cocktail contains a shot of espresso, this also adds caffeine content to the drink which is sure to liven you up. The drink also features Kahlúa, a blend of coffee liqueur and rum. The Espresso Martini is served in a cocktail glass and presented with a garnish of coffee beans on top.

Espresso Martini Cocktail Recipe

The Espresso Martini is a variant of a classic vodka drink with a strong emphasis on caffeine. As the cocktail contains a shot of espresso, this also adds caffeine content to the drink which is sure to liven you up. The drink also features Kahlúa, a blend of coffee liqueur and rum. The Espresso Martini is served in a cocktail glass and presented with a garnish of coffee beans on top.

With grenadine, coconut rum, pineapple juice, and Blue Curaçao, this Paradise Cocktail is so visually striking you will fool everyone into thinking you're an expert bartender/mad scientist.

This Paradise Cocktail is Crazy-Cool Looking, Also Delicious

With grenadine, coconut rum, pineapple juice, and Blue Curaçao, this Paradise Cocktail is so visually striking you will fool everyone into thinking you're an expert bartender/mad scientist.

Limoncello Gin Cocktail with grilled thyme. A great cocktail/ long drink for summer

Limoncello- Gin Cocktail... Taste Tested!

Whilst we may be wary of the hidden sugar in our food, what about in our drinks? We know the sweet stuff is the majority of our favourite tipples, but it’s not always immediately obvious how much. A single glass of your favourite Sauvignon can contain around five teaspoons of sugar, and, bearing in mind NHS guidelines suggest consuming no more than seven teaspoons of sugar daily, it can really start to add up after a few glasses.

The Best Low-Sugar Alcohol

Whilst we may be wary of the hidden sugar in our food, what about in our drinks? We know the sweet stuff is the majority of our favourite tipples, but it’s not always immediately obvious how much. A single glass of your favourite Sauvignon can contain around five teaspoons of sugar, and, bearing in mind NHS guidelines suggest consuming no more than seven teaspoons of sugar daily, it can really start to add up after a few glasses.

Today marks the start of Tales of the Cocktail, the annual summer gathering of bartenders and drinks professionals (and professional…

How To Make 30 Classic Cocktails: An Illustrated Guide

Today marks the start of Tales of the Cocktail, the annual summer gathering of bartenders and drinks professionals (and professional…

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