Port Coffee Martini
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This easy coffee martini recipe combines Port wine, cold brew coffee & Irish cream for a simple 3 ingredient drink, perfect as an after dinner cocktail!
Today’s post is sponsored by my friends at Croft Reserve Tawny Port.
The holiday season is upon us and that means hosting friends, cocktail parties and lots of celebrations! When searching for the perfect Port cocktail to make for your next party, or as an after dinner drink, this coffee martini with Croft Reserve Tawny Port is an easy drink that will impress all of your guests!
Cold brew coffee, Croft Reserve Tawny Port and Irish cream liqueur are combined for a fun, festive and delicious drink!
Croft Reserve Tawny Port is a complex yet accessible tawny Port that combines the rich character of an aged tawny with ready-to-drink smoothness and spice. It’s delicious on it’s own or mixed into drinks, like this coffee martini!
This cocktail is easily made by shaking up the Croft Reserve Tawny Port, Irish cream liqueur and cold brew coffee with ice cubes, then straining it into a martini glass and garnishing with a few whole coffee beans. Cold brew coffee is easily found bottled at most major grocery stores and for a list of locations where Croft Reserve Tawny Port is sold, visit the retailer locator on their website.
This coffee martini couldn’t be easier to shake up in just a couple of minutes. It’s definitely going to be my new go-to party cocktail this holiday season!
For more fun and festive cocktails made with port, visit PortCocktails.com, I personally can’t wait to try the Saint Valentine and Ruby Sparkler!
Port Coffee Cocktail
- 2 oz Croft Reserve Tawny Port
- 2 oz cold brew coffee
- 1 oz Irish cream liqueur
- Add the Croft Reserve Tawny Port, cold brew coffee and Irish cream liqueur to a cocktail shaker with ice.
- Shake, then strain into a martini glass.
- Optional: garnish with whole coffee beans.
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2 Comments on “Port Coffee Martini”
Can I use regular cream instead of the baileys?
Hi Aimee, you could use an Irish Cream Flavored Coffee Creamer instead of Baileys Irish Cream Liqueur, unless you don’t prefer the taste of the Irish Cream, then you could substitute regular cream, but it would result in a different taste of the cocktail.