Chilli MochatiniKeeping to the "wake me up and f#ck me up" nature of the original Espresso Martini; this version is a sweeter, all alcohol riff with a kick! I've used ingredients from within the Central Coast and Hunter Valley regions to showcase some unique local tipples. The butterscotch chilli schnapps add a tonne of flavour without an overbearing spice. This combines with the chocolate wine to replace any sugar syrup, and all ingredients complement the Mr Black cold brew liqueur. 10/10 would drink again!
The TuxedoInspired by my favorite coffee drink, a mix of dark and white mocha. This coffee cocktail is the perfect after dinner drink.
Minty Mr. Black MochaThe Minty Mocha gets its deep coffee foundation purely from the Mr Black Cold Brew Coffee Liqueur and has highlights of flavours from other ingredients, all blending beautifully with one another. The Mint Mocha is very coffee forward on the nose, then boosted with chocolate and ends with minty freshness, further enhanced by the mint sprig for garnish. When smelling deeper, the delicious bourbon notes can be detected. This cocktail beautifully lends itself to the special flavour profiles of the coffee beans used in Mr Black Cold Brew Coffee Liqueur, sourced from Kenya, Papa New Guinea and Columbia. The most notable of these is the rich caramel and vanilla notes from the Columbian beans which pair well with the toasted oak and vanilla notes of the bourbon. The hint of bittersweet orange from the bourbon is also nicely paired with the floral and fruity notes of the coffee beans from Kenya and Papa New Guinea. With this cream-based cocktail, the strong and warm bourbon is able to cut through the sweetness with ease whilst delivering warming vanilla notes. The chocolate liqueur adds a decadent chocolate experience which is very characteristic of mochas, further compounded by the coffee. Finally, the Crème de Menthe adds an unexpected brightness to the cocktail. For those wanting a superior chocolatey experience, I would recommend the addition of two drops of chocolate bitters. At the end of each sip, the cream allows the flavours to remain in the mouth for a second longer, further extending the tasting experience.
Black BrewWhen you need a coffee to pick you up the Black Coffee is the best solution. But what about if you are out and have the time of your life and feel tired. Well, try this Black Brew cocktail—a warm and slightly bittersweet with a kick and lots of flavours. When you call for a black coffee, try the Black Brew and keep going.
Go Fig or Go HomeI love a really good coffee and sweet combination cocktail and this is something else. The sweetness from the fig liqueur which gives a hint of honey & vanilla flavour works incredibly well with the intense coffee flavour of the Mr Black and the bourbon whiskey. The hint of dark chocolate & bitters balances it out which leaves a very smooth & well balanced aftertaste. An excellent after dinner cocktail!
Merry Christmas Mr BlackA delicious holiday cocktail that will warm you up. Perfect combination of bourbon, chocolate liquor and Mr Black with the special addition of gingerbread and cinnamon liquors. A must have during this holiday season!
Mr. Black is BackBack from vacation, Mr. Black relaxes by the fireside with a lot of Mr. Black and a balance of chocolate and cream with a just a touch of orange.
Mayan Mocha MartiniIf you want to spice up your morning coffee, you order a Mayan mocha. It's a little spicy, a little sweet, and a lot delicious. Mr. Black transitions this morning pick-me-up into an evening delight.
O.M.CMilks favorite cookie just found a new partner, Mr. Black. A boozy twist on the classic cookies and cream combination. The Perfect cocktail for Oreo lovers and coffee lovers.
Orange Is The New BlackSpiced Chocolate Orange Rum Espresso Martini
Coffee with TerryThis drink was inspired by Terry's chocolate oranges which I enjoy eating with a cup of coffee. I decided for this contest to turn that nostalgia Holliday morning snack into a cocktail.
Modified Double “D”The original double "D" was a cocktail created for us on a cruise a few years back by 2 bartenders whose names started with D. The original included some rather unique and hard to find ingredients. The modified version is my attempt to recreate with more available ingredients, and the result is a wonderful balance between an espresso and a chocolate martini with just a hint of chili to tie the flavors together.