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    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 Center’s addition of a traditional Piedmontese liqueur: the Frangelico.
    Ingredients
    • 8.4 fl oz coffee
    • 1 fl oz vodka
    • 1 fl oz hazelnut liquor
    • 6 ice cubes
    • 1 teaspoon sugar
    • 0.2 oz chocolate
    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 chocolate in half and then use a knife to make an incision: use this to fit it on the rim of the cup.

     

     

    The ideal coffee for this recipe

    ¡Tierra! Bio Organic

    Full-bodied and intense

    From Central and South America, precious organically grown washed Arabicas are united to create a sweet espresso with aromatic hints of fruit and biscuits. The dark roast leaves a soft, pleasant aftertaste of chocolate. Good and organic.

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