Coffee and cream martini

My kind of chocolate milk

Because espresso may keep you up…

Coffee and cream martini

Pour all ingredients in a shaker filled with ice. Shake and strain into one or multiple martini glasses depending on how many you’re serving.

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52 Responses to Coffee and cream martini

  1. nrhatch says:

    Ooh . . . yes, please!

  2. ChgoJohn says:

    These would almost be too smooth — but oh, so very delicious!

  3. rutheh says:

    Is that anything like the Big Lebowski?
    Coffee and cream sound rich and smooth.

  4. That’s me – I love Baileys!

  5. That sounds like the perfect dessert. Make mine a double! πŸ™‚

    Does Irish Cream ever go bad?

  6. I love coffee flavors in a cocktail, thanks!

  7. Joanne says:

    It’s probably just because it’s almost midnight (or because I’m reading blogs late at night and have consequently gotten very hungry), but I thought your coasters were halved chili chocolate bars…for a good 5 seconds or so. HAHAAHAHAH. I was like, “how cute, it’s served on chocolate bars…oh wait…I think that’s marble…” LOL.

  8. JamieAnne says:

    Looks pretty darn yummy!

  9. Clare Cooks! says:

    Sounds fantastic! Might have to try it this weekend.

  10. Carolyn Chan says:

    Coffee will keep you up, this will help you sleep !

  11. niasunset says:

    WOW! Yes please, I would like to taste this one!

  12. midaevalmaiden says:

    perfect!

  13. I fancy myself a martini girl if I drank lol. But I will definitely put this recipe to good use for the holidays.. someone will enjoy this :).

  14. Gorgeous – would skip dessert and just go for this!

  15. Sissi says:

    I have just had only a cup of coffee today (it’s 10 am here). I should have substituted it with your cocktail. It would have woken me up much quicker πŸ˜‰
    Seriously, it looks like an excellent dessert substitute.

  16. onewomaninaricefield says:

    Oh my…

  17. Like Joanne above, I thought your coasters were chocolate….Very nice!

  18. You may not believe me, but I actually had something very similar for or instead of dessert the other night! Amazing – love it!

  19. sallybr says:

    I suppose these are not for breakfast, correct? πŸ˜‰

    My beloved husband would really like this drink, I might make it for him this weekend….

  20. Good one for Thanksgiving evening and Christmas…and now. Thank you.

  21. I would literally destroy one of these…

  22. Judy says:

    Yep, I’d be out like a light, but deliciously so. Man, that sounds good!

  23. Ooo… If I tell you it’s my birthday tomorrow will you pour one down the interwebs for me? I’ll hold a glass ready at this end!

  24. spicegirlfla says:

    Dessert time for me!! Love, love, love it!!

  25. Kristy says:

    This looks delicious – and I could use the shot of espresso this morning!

  26. Mmm sounds like a good nightcap to me πŸ™‚

  27. ceciliag says:

    As always, just lovely and unusually i can make this tonight! I usually have a kahlua and coffee, so this is an elegant step up! thank you c

  28. Serious Food for the Soul says:

    ❀ yummmmmmmmmm!!

  29. Ginger says:

    I’ll have two please πŸ™‚

  30. Charles says:

    Great looking drink Greg, though you forgot the last step (Drink!) πŸ˜€

  31. I’ve never had a martini – this looks like a good choice for starters!

  32. Caroline says:

    Well if that’s not the perfect drink, I’m not too sure what is. Great use of those marble coasters. Only a rooster would make the set up even better though. Haaaha, I kid.

  33. Andrea says:

    Oh, could I use one of those right about now!

  34. Eva Taylor says:

    Did you say Martini? I’m ALL OVER THAT! Thanks.

  35. Jake says:

    I have just right now tried this recipe, and the result is in a glass here by my desk. Well, okay, about half the result is here. The other half is already gone! It is just the thing for a post-work, pre-dinner unwinding session. Thank you for the recipe! Hmmm…if one is good, I wonder if two before dinner makes it decadent?

  36. pursuitofhappieness says:

    This sounds delicious, I will give it a try this weekend! And great picture by the way, those coasters look like slabs of chocolate… or is it just me hehe πŸ˜›

  37. Kelly says:

    Mmm… now that’s what I call a ‘special’ coffee… the kind of thing I’d enjoy Christmas Eve…

  38. I can see it already…I’m up, I’m down, I’m up, I’m down. This drink might drive me crazy!

  39. randommanda says:

    I’ll take one – or maybe three! Sounds delicious! I also LOVE this picture with the awesome tiles laid out – nice.

  40. Yes, coffee does keep me up at night! I could use one of these right now! Greg, my husband wants to know where you shot the photo in your header. Seems like I read it once but don’t recall where it was!?!

  41. TasteFood says:

    Yum. I’ll take one of those for dessert.

  42. I would probably try one of yours but I am not a big fan of martinis. I think that is because someone made me one once and I nearly choked to death it on because it was so strong! Yours sure do look good.

  43. ....RaeDi says:

    It sounds delicious and the picture, I love the picture! ….RaeDi

  44. spiderpaw says:

    Nice post Greg. This will be my christmas drink.

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