A cocktail with a golden touch this golden espresso martini. With vodka, espresso and a touch of gold. Enjoy this cocktail!
What better way to start the year with a drink with a golden edge. Exactly, in addition to a champagne cocktail (and I already have several of them on my blog, such as champagne with poached pears, strawberry prosecco and the deliciously sweet tangerine champagne. But a nice cocktail with a golden touch was still missing.
So when I was allowed to make a delicious recipe for the food blog swap from the Flying Foodies blog of Mariska (in Dutch) and saw this delicious espresso martini, I decided to give it a twist. To the cocktail I added some edible gold powder. And when you shake that with the rest of the ingredients you get a nice golden swirl through your cocktail. Well how cool is that?
So if you have a New Year's party or other fun event soon and are looking for a "golden" drink, then this is definitely recommended.
It was not that easy to find a nice recipe at Mariska, because my attention was often drawn to the beautiful beaches of Mauritius and the nice pictures from Bangkok. Because in addition to a cooking blog, the flying foodie is also a travel blog. A super fun combination and definitely recommended to pay a visit.
But now first:
It's a good taste!
Recipe Golden espresso
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Golden espresso martini
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- 80 ml vodka
- 50 ml coffee liqueur
- 200 ml espresso cooled
- 1 teaspoon powdered sugar
- 1 teaspoon edible gold powder
- 1 handful ice cubes
- Put all ingredients in the cocktail shaker and shake well. For about 2 minutes.
- Leave the strainer on the shaker and pour into the glasses.
- If you like it, dab the glass rim in advance in some water and then press it into gold powder.
What did I use to prepare this
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- Cocktail shaker and glasses