For National Coffee Day, Sip the Grand Brulot Espresso Martini – No Vodka Necessary!

Whether you are celebrating National Coffee Day (September 29) or International Coffee Day (October 1) do it with the original variation of what an Espresso Martini should taste like – coffee cognac and espresso with a kick of Amaretto for perfect compatibility. Why not add a little bang to your cup?

Revamp the overdone Espresso Martini with Grand Brulot, a coffee cognac that boasts flavorful Ecuadorian robusta coffee beans while balancing the notes of nutmeg and vanilla in French VSOP Cognac for a delightful imbibe experience. Grand Brulot can be found at some of the most recognized restaurants in NYC, Miami, London, Paris, and more. Enrooted in French lore, Grand Brulot delivers a uniquely dry and smooth drink with flavor notes of nutmeg and vanilla and a subtle honey aroma that is unforgettable. Launched in 2018, Grand Brulot is served in the most beloved bars and restaurants in the world such as Peter Lugers NY, White’s Club London, Smith & Wollensky Miami, and beyond. Want to make it at home?

● 2 oz Grand Brulot
● 1 oz Espresso
● ½ oz of Amaretto or Vanilla Syrup
Using a shaker, combine Grand Brulot, coffee, and liqueur together. Shake (25 times) vigorously with ice and then strain into a chilled martini glass. Garnish with a few cracked coffee beans and an orange twist. Find out more about the perfectly balanced spirit at

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