There are a countless number of Espresso Martini recipes out there and many bars add their own twist to the nation’s favourite cocktail, so it comes as no surprise that 169 Darlinghurst serves up their own version on tap…
Mr Black have joined up with 169 Darlinghurst in Sydney to list this caffeine-laced cocktail on tap.
Co-founder for Mr Black Spirits, Tom Baker, said it’s about time the restaurant owners and baristas of the world considered an espresso martini on tap as part of the menu.
Mr Black was created by Tom Baker and Philip Moore who, quite simply, wanted to give Australians a new excuse – and a new way – to drink coffee.
Brought together by their love of bitter, black beverages, Tom and Philip shared an ambition to create a world-class bottle of boozy, steel-cut, caffeinated perfection.
Mr Black is now considered one of the leading producers of coffee liqueur and is internationally recognised by coffee and spirit experts around the world.
The Espresso Martini on tap
Special Pablo & Rusty’s brewed coffee
Kettle One Vodka
The above ingredients are mixed in secret quantities, the liquid is then charged with Nitrogen in the keg before being pushed through lines and served on tap..
About 169 Darlinghurst
169 Darlinghurst, a café, bar and nightclub, showcases a menu full of seasonal Australian produce with strong Japanese, Spanish and regional American influences.
Dishes feature a mix of high-quality, organic and locally-produced ingredients, but also a decadent brunch selection, shared plates and apéritifs.
What’s your favourite Friday cocktail?
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