The Simple Guide to Making an Espresso Martini with Pact Coffee

This month, we’re being transported to South America with the La República Amazónica Gin.. With coffee being one of South America’s biggest exports we’ve collaborated with Pact Coffee to create the tastiest Espresso martini using their Fruit and Nut Espresso. This coffee combines beans grown in Brazil and Colombia. The coffee experts at Pact trade directly with coffee farmers all around the world, meaning every order supports small suppliers. And, of course, they source the best beans in the world, right from the people who grow them! Here’s how to make the Ristretto Martini beloved by Pact’s Head of Coffee.

Gin Espresso Martini

Method

Pack a cocktail shaker with ice and add your ingredients.
Shake for 10 to 15 seconds and strain into a Martini glass.
Garnish with coffee beans and enjoy!

Ingredients

30ml La República Amazónica Gin
20g Pact Fruit and Nut Espresso, brewed into 30ml of liquid
12ml coffee liqueur
Coffee beans, to garnish

If you like the sound of this caffeinated cocktail or are a big a coffee fan as you are a gin fan then you are in for a treat! The lovely guys over at Pact are offering CFC followers 50% OFF their first + third order. To redeem this offer, customers should head to the Pact Website and click "Get Started" to build your coffee plan. Once you get to the checkout, you enter the code CRAFTGINCLUB and the discount on the 1st and 3rd bag will be applied! Happy sipping!