The coffee cocktail is a delicious boozy beverage that combines the best of both worlds, coffee and liquor. Mix these up for yourself.
Nueva Recoleta Martini
Courtesy of PM Fish and Steak House, Miami
- 1 oz. Infused Vanilla Vodka
- 1/4 oz. Frangelico Liqueur
- 1/4 oz. Kahlua
- 1/4 oz. Baileys
- 2 tbsp. Coffee Ice Cream
- 1 oz. Espresso Reduction
Preparation: In a shaker, combine equal parts of each liqueur and espresso with scoops of ice cream. Shake until mixed well. Pour into chilled martini glass.
Courtesy of Sanctuary T, New York City
- 2 oz. Afrohead Briland 07
- 2 oz. Cold-Brewed Coffee
- 1 oz. Cinnamon Demerara Syrup
- 3-4 dashes Fee Brothers’ Cardamom Bitters
- Clove Smoke
Preparation: With a blowtorch on a cast-iron plate, burn a large pinch of cloves until smoking heavily. Quickly flip a chilled brandy snifter onto the smoking cloves. While the glass smokes, in a mixing tin, combine all ingredients and fill with ice. Shake hard and double-strain table-side into the smoking glass. Garnish with an Afrohead smoky stick to enhance smoke flavor throughout the cocktail.
Courtesy of La Moderna, Miami Beach
- 1 1/2 oz. Tequila
- 1 oz. Single Espresso
- 1/2 oz. Galliano Ristretto (Italian Coffee Liquor)
- 1/3 oz. Homemade Spicy Syrup (Cinnamon, Anise Star, Cloves)
Preparation: Shake all the ingredient together and strain into a martini glass. Serve with a cone of chocolate coffee bean and cinnamon powder.