Espresso Martini cocktail recipe. Written by Me To Mati Published on January 30, 2020 in DrinksTranslate to English Greek Share100TweetPin6YumWhatsAppEmail106 SharesJump to RecipePrint Recipe Pin Print Espresso Martini cocktail recipe.5 from 4 votes Recipe by Me To Mati #passionfood Course: Drinks, Cocktails, AlcoholCuisine: EnglandDifficulty: EasyServings2servingsPrep time15minutesThere are several claims for the origin of the espresso martini. One of the more common claims is that it was created by Dick Bradsell in the late 1980s while at Freds Club in London for a young lady who asked for something that would, “Wake me up, and then screw me up.” Bradsell has confirmed this in a widely-circulated video. Bradsell has also been quoted about the circumstances of his invention of the drink, “The coffee machine at the Soho Brasseries was right next to the station where I served drinks. It was a nightmare, as there were coffee grounds everywhere, so coffee was very much on my mind.” The recipes for an espresso martini vary depending on the source. Traditionally, they include Kahlua or Tia Maria.IngredientsNOTE: 1 part is equal to 30ml2 shots black coffee – room temperature2 parts vodka2 parts coffee liqueur (Kahlúa)2 parts cocktail simple syrupRequirements Cocktail shaker Cocktail strainer Ice cubes InstructionsHalf fill blender baser with ice cubes.Add 2 shots cooled espresso coffee (room temperature).Add 2 parts vodka, kahlúa and cocktail simple syrup. Blend on low speed and pour into a martini glass.Allow cocktail to sit before garnishing cocktail with 3 coffee beans. Recipe Video NotesAn alternative to using a blender is to use a cocktail shaker and to strain cocktail into a chilled martini glass.Did you make this recipe?Tag @me_to_mati on InstagramLike this recipe?Follow us @me_to_mati on PinterestLove our recipes?Like us on Facebook Similar recipes you may like Whiskey sour cocktail recipe. Greek Mati cocktail recipe. Uniquely beautiful and… How to make Frappe iced coffee (Frappe recipe). Greek coffee recipe. How to make the best Greek coffee!Share100TweetPin6YumWhatsAppEmail106 SharesDon't miss out!Subscribe To Our NewsletterReceive Yummy Recipes in your inboxInvalid email addressGive it a try. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thanks for subscribing!