Making farmshop's famed espresso martini

This delicious cocktail, from farmshop restaurant & cafe at Bicester Village, is guaranteed to get your festive party started.


  • 25 ml espresso
  • 50 ml vodka
  • 25 ml Kahlúa or coffee liqueur
  • A handful of ice
  • 3 coffee beans, to garnish
  1. Brew the espresso, then add it, along with the vodka and Kahlúa, to a cocktail shaker and fill with ice. Shake vigorously.
  2. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass and garnish with the coffee beans.

Did you know?

Technically, espresso martini is not a ‘true’ martini as it contains neither gin nor vermouth. It was originally known as a vodka espresso.

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