Fire in the Pisco

The love child of a steamy affair between a Pisco Sour and an Espresso Martini. Two cocktail superstars combine to create one fiery flavourful fiesta!

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 1.50 oz Pisco Acholado
 0.50 oz Mr Black Coffee Liqueur
 0.50 oz Vanilla Syrup
 1 oz Fresh Espresso
 1 Egg White
 Angostura Bitters and Overproof Rum in Atomiser Bottle
1

Add Pisco, Mr Black, Vanilla Syrup and finally hot fresh espresso, in that order to shaker

2

Add the whites of 1 egg and dry shake, hard

3

Add ice and do your best short, hard, espresso martini shake

4

Double strain into a coupe

5

Float 3 coffee beans for the classic espresso martini garnish, then flame Angostura and Overproof Rum spray for aroma, theatrics and to leave aromatic bitters on top, like your classic Pisco Sour garnish

Ingredients

 1.50 oz Pisco Acholado
 0.50 oz Mr Black Coffee Liqueur
 0.50 oz Vanilla Syrup
 1 oz Fresh Espresso
 1 Egg White
 Angostura Bitters and Overproof Rum in Atomiser Bottle

Directions

1

Add Pisco, Mr Black, Vanilla Syrup and finally hot fresh espresso, in that order to shaker

2

Add the whites of 1 egg and dry shake, hard

3

Add ice and do your best short, hard, espresso martini shake

4

Double strain into a coupe

5

Float 3 coffee beans for the classic espresso martini garnish, then flame Angostura and Overproof Rum spray for aroma, theatrics and to leave aromatic bitters on top, like your classic Pisco Sour garnish

Fire in the Pisco

18 Comments

  1. I’ve had many cocktails by this man and have actually been amongst the many that have had the esteemed pleasure of working along side him.

    He’s a true cocktail artist and has a passion unlike any I’ve seen. His mind is full of ideas, and you know this man breathes alcohol (was meant to be a good thing).

  2. I’m a regular customer of the bar he worked at, and I can tell you that his creativity is endless! I miss his cocktails so much…

  3. This cocktail is absolutely amazing! I made it at my bar this evening and I ran out of a whole bottle of pisco because everyone ordered it! Well done sir!

  4. I was wondering, is there a point why the recipe calls for coffee to be hot? I’d imagine adding egg whites after it would only start cooking the eggs. Or is that the point here?

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