Espresso Martinis at your Wedding or Family gathering?

As I am sure many of you are aware, the espresso martini was created by Dick Bradsell in the late 1980s. Dick was working at the Brasserie in Soho when a young lady is rumoured to have asked him for something that will ‘wake her up, then f*%k her up’. Over the years, this espresso-based drink has risen to fame. It is now a staple found on many a restaurant and cocktail bars offering throughout the UK and beyond.

 

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Espresso Martinis

An espresso martini is made by combining the finest vodka with coffee liqueur and a shot of espresso. This is shaken over ice and poured through a strainer into a martini glass. Three coffee beans are added to the top, to represent health, wealth and happiness.

Interested as to how to make your own espresso martinis? Check out our handy ‘how to make an espresso martini’ guide.

Likewise, if you would rather we came and made espresso martinis for you, then read on.

 

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Let’s make your party even more fun

Whether you are planning a wedding, a birthday or family get-together, let espresso martinis bring some magic to the party.

For your wedding, we offer espresso martinis as arrival drinks at your chosen venue, or similarly, as a cocktail hour between your wedding breakfast and evening bash.

For birthdays and family gatherings, imagine espresso martinis whenever you want them!

 

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Served in glass or plastic martini glasses depending on your preference, each is handcrafted using the freshest Two Chimps Coffee. Our team of baristas and cocktail aficionados can offer both a classic espresso martini or from a range of our own, carefully crafted adaptations. We can even create a recipe just for your party. How cool is that?

We can be completely self-contained, using our bespoke wooden topped bar and 3x3m marquee. Similarly, we can set up in a smaller space within your venue if necessary.

So, does having your own espresso martini bar at your wedding or event sound interesting?

Then get in touch with the team to find out more today.

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