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We use Kahlúa for the coffee liqueur.

Grey Goose Espresso Martini

Grey Goose

Why serve coffee after dinner when you can serve an espresso martini? Pair this perfectly balanced cocktail with anything chocolate-y.

Makes 1 martini

1½ parts Grey Goose Vodka

1 part single-origin finest quality espresso (La Colombe or similar quality would be perfect)

¾ parts coffee liqueur

1 pinch Fleur de Sel

3 espresso beans, to garnish

1. Combine vodka, espresso, and coffee liqueur in a shaker with ice.

2. Shake vigorously and strain into a martini glass.

3. Top with a pinch of Fleur de Sel and three espresso beans.

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