"Orange Espresso Martini | Crafted Pour"

"My go to espresso martini evolves over time. My main template used to be the below minus the triple sec, and I'd rotate between different coffee liqueurs and base spirits. Lately I've been adding either a bit of syrup or a half ounce of a liqueur to change it up and this is one of my favorite iterations so far, while still not being too sweet. . El Dorado 5 year is one of my favorite rums, paired with one of my favorite coffee liqueurs, and the triple sec just makes it decadent without being overly sweet. ", "undefined", "Orange Espresso Martini",

"Ingredients"

Orange Espresso Martini By , May 8, 2009 My go to espresso martini evolves over time. My main template used to be the below minus the triple sec, and I'd rotate between different coffee liqueurs and base spirits. Lately I've been adding either a bit of syrup or a half ounce of a liqueur to change it up  and this is one of my favorite iterations so far, while still not being too sweet. . El Dorado 5 year is one of my favorite rums, paired with one of my favorite coffee liqueurs, and the triple sec just makes it decadent without being overly sweet. 
My go to espresso martini evolves over time. My main template used to be the below minus the triple sec, and I'd rotate between different coffee liqueurs and base spirits. Lately I've been adding either a bit of syrup or a half ounce of a liqueur to change it up and this is one of my favorite iterations so far, while still not being too sweet. . El Dorado 5 year is one of my favorite rums, paired with one of my favorite coffee liqueurs, and the triple sec just makes it decadent without being overly sweet. Ingredients: - El Dorado Rum 5 Year - Mr Black Coffee Liqueur Instructions: shake with ice and strain into coupe. top with espresso beans