Espresso gin & tonic. The main point of an espresso martini is, well, the espresso! However, if you are in a pinch, you can certainly make this with instant coffee instead. Just note that the flavor will be dulled and you won't get that intense coffee flavor. should I only use vodka, or can I use gin?
Traditionally, espresso martinis steer clear of gin as the bitter notes can clash with the coffee, opting for a vodka base instead. However, the distillers and gin experts at Oro Gin (www.orogin.co.uk) have found that their extra-smooth, Scottish Dry gin works beautifully with coffee, to create a brand-new twist on this simple yet impressive cocktail, full of body and flavour. The ginspresso martini is a wonderful gin martini recipe that adds the flavor of coffee to the cocktail through espresso vodka. You can cook Espresso gin & tonic using 3 ingredients and 1 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Espresso gin & tonic
- It’s 4 cl of gin.
- Prepare 1 shot of espresso (3-4cl).
- You need of Tonic water.
Decorate the glasses with the lime zest. Pack a cocktail shaker with ice and add your ingredients. Garnish with coffee beans and enjoy! The juniper, coriander, angelica, orris and orange, provide the perfect base for the delicious arabica roasted coffee bean flavours and the sumptuous caramel sweetness.
Espresso gin & tonic instructions
- Build with ice in a highball glass. Top with tonic water.
In every bottle Tradition with a Twist. We set out to create an extraordinary cocktail experience that would delight the senses. Espresso gin and tonic Cocktail with espresso and gin and tonic. The obvious choice for our gin cocktails list, the Gin Espresso Martini will certainly wake you up at the event! We recommend using strong coffee for the best taste.