"Espresso Martini | Crafted Pour"

"Espresso Martini 1983 - A Luxardo house recipe Rich and bold meets smooth and silky in this cocktail designed with night owls in mind. Legendary Soho bartender Dick Bradsell is most often credited with the creation of this eye-opening cocktail in the late 1980s, and it experienced a bit of a resurgence in the early 2020s. While it’s not technically a true martini (thanks to the fact it contains neither gin nor vermouth), we think a cocktail this special can call itself whatever it wants. The three coffee beans that typically garnish this cocktail are said to represent health, happiness, and prosperity, mirroring the traditional serving style of Sambuca, a classic Italian spirit. This unique garnish is better known in Italy as con la mosca, or "with the fly.", "undefined", "Espresso Martini",

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Espresso Martini By , May 8, 2009 Espresso Martini 1983 - A Luxardo house recipe

Rich and bold meets smooth and silky in this cocktail designed with night owls in mind. 

Legendary Soho bartender Dick Bradsell is most often credited with the creation of this eye-opening cocktail in the late 1980s, and it experienced a bit of a resurgence in the early 2020s.  While it’s not technically a true martini (thanks to the fact it contains neither gin nor vermouth), we think a cocktail this special can call itself whatever it wants.

The three coffee beans that typically garnish this cocktail are said to represent health, happiness, and prosperity, mirroring the traditional serving style of Sambuca, a classic Italian spirit. This unique garnish is better known in Italy as con la mosca, or Espresso Martini 1983 - A Luxardo house recipe Rich and bold meets smooth and silky in this cocktail designed with night owls in mind. Legendary Soho bartender Dick Bradsell is most often credited with the creation of this eye-opening cocktail in the late 1980s, and it experienced a bit of a resurgence in the early 2020s. While it’s not technically a true martini (thanks to the fact it contains neither gin nor vermouth), we think a cocktail this special can call itself whatever it wants. The three coffee beans that typically garnish this cocktail are said to represent health, happiness, and prosperity, mirroring the traditional serving style of Sambuca, a classic Italian spirit. This unique garnish is better known in Italy as con la mosca, or "with the fly. Ingredients: - Vodka - Luxardo Espresso Liqueur Instructions: • Add liquid ingredients to a cocktail shaker. • Shake and double strain. • Garnish with 3 coffee beans. Essentials,Martini