Cocktail of the week: Dark Arts’ Homerton – recipe | The good mixer

Whereas iced coffee is hot brewed coffee that’s been chilled, cold brew is a more time-consuming affair that involves steeping the grounds in cold water before filtering and chilling. The difference in flavour has to be tasted to be believed, and never better than in this twist on the espresso martini.


Serves 1

60ml good bourbon – we use Maker’s Mark
15ml cold brew coffee – we make our own, so use one you like
15ml Martini Extra Dry
½ml Punt e Mes (or other dark vermouth)
1 maraschino cherry
, to garnish

Put a handful of ice in a boston glass, pour in the liquids and stir. Strain into a chilled martini glass, garnish with the cherry and serve.


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