How to make an Espresso Rumtini Cocktail
The Espresso Martini has enjoyed a steady rise to fame. This stylish serve was first created in the early 1980s by famous London bartender Dick Bradsel.
The story goes that a model strolled into his bar, asking for something that would wake them up. Dick took a quick look around and spotted his coffee machine. He combined a fresh shot of espresso with vodka, coffee liqueur and sugar syrup, and the original Espresso Martini was born.
Today, the Espresso Martini is one of the UK’s most popular cocktails, with hundreds of variations to explore. And one of those variations is our very own Espresso Rumtini…
Just like Dick’s original serve, this is one cocktail that’s sure to liven things up! Instead of vodka, we’ve used our Premium Spiced Rum to add a richness and depth that plays perfectly with the bitterness of the coffee. Our version of this classic cocktail also includes a few dashes of chocolate bitters, giving the final serve a sweet and velvety texture that’s to die for.
How to make a Espresso Rumtini
- 50ml Premium Spiced Rum
- 25ml Espresso Coffee
- 25ml Coffee Liqueur
- Dash of Cocoa Bitters
- Coffee Beans or Cacao Nibs to Garnish
Add Premium Spiced Rum, espresso coffee, coffee liqueur, cocoa bitters, and ice to a cocktail shaker. Shake really well, then double-strain into a classic martini glass. Finish by garnishing with three coffee beans, or a sprinkle of cacao nibs.
And there you have it – a rum-fuelled remix on one of the nation’s favourites. For more great rum cocktail ideas, visit our rum cocktail collection online today!