Ooohhh.. the Espresso Rimmer! There have been many claims as to where the Martini originated, the most common: it was created by a bartender named Dick Bradsell in the late 1980's while working at Fred's Club in London for a young lady who asked for something that would: "Wake me up, and then f*** me up." So it was only right that we made a rimmer to further relish in this perky libation with a mocha-vanilla twist.
Enjoy at brunch, lunch, or for dessert, the Espresso Rimmer is your soon to be your favorite "pick me up & f*** me up."
Also pairs deliciously with lattes, mochas, ice cream, brownies, milk shakes, cakes, pancakes, breads & muffins!
Espresso Martini Rimmer
Espresso Martini Recipe: 1 serving
For mocktails, simply leave out the liquor.
1 tbsp Spice Pit Espresso Martini Rimmer
1.5 fluid oz vodka
1.5 fluid oz coffee - flavored liqueur (Kahlua)
1 fluid oz white creme de cacao
1 cup ice
Wet the rim of a cocktail glass with orange peel & set aside for garnish. Place tbsp of Spice Pit Espresso Martini Rimmer in a dish, then twist & press the rim of your glass until coated.
Combine Espresso, vodka, coffee liqueur, creme de cacao & ice into a cocktail shaker. Strain into a chilled Martini glass. Sprinkle Spice Pit Espresso Rimmer to taste, if needed.