I love an Espresso Martini with my after dinner cigar. Here are four delicious variations to pair with different cigars.
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The Mokito Cocktail is a rum based variation on my beloved Espresso Martini. With a hint of spice and nuts, this cocktail works beautifully with more floral cigars.
As much as I love a Martini or Gibson, sometimes I like to change things up. One such example is the China Martini – an oriental twist on a stone cold classic.
On hearing about paring toffee popcorn with a maduro cigar, I sought to create a cocktail with similar flavours. So the Salted Caramel Espresso Martini was born
Sometimes you know what to expect from a cocktail by its name. It turns out that a Frightleberry Murzenquest is a very tasty, slightly fruity vodka cocktail.
Is there a classic cocktail more iconic that a Martini? With so many variations out there it a very personal drink. My favourite version is the Gibson Martini.
Continuing with my film-book cocktail tie-in series, this is the Diabolique cocktail. A devilishly tasty little vodka cocktail suitable for any spooky party.
A Leap Year cocktail is a twist on the classic dry martini. It seemed appropriate for 2020 as not only is it a leap year, I wouldn’t mind leaping to the new one
My drink of choice for the start of a cigar is an Espresso Martini. Swap the vodka for tequila for a Mexican Espresso Martini in a delicious twist on a classic.