The Espresso Martini
Quick and easy Espresso Martinis at home with just one ingredient.
The perfect Espresso Martinis recipe with no need for espresso or vodka. Simply shake 70ml Conker Coffee Liqueur with 30ml water over ice. Watch it here.
And with Conker Decaf Coffee Liqueur, a Decaffeinated Espresso Martini has never been so simple!
70ml Conker Coffee Liqueur
Ice, shake and devour
"This liqueur is so packed with coffee beans that it smells exactly like a very dark, very strong mug of freshly brewed coffee. Perfection."
ETHICAL CRAFT COFFEE
FOR THE COCKTAIL
We’re working with the changemakers in sustainable coffee farming to bring the delights of sustainable craft coffee from the coffee cup to the cocktail glass.We’re here to Roast for the Toast™.
We seek out the changemakers in sustainable and ethical coffee farming and we pay them what they’re worth, helping them create prosperous businesses and communities.
Here's who we work with to create our award-winning Decaf Coffee Liqueur:
Sourced from the Mogiana region of São Paulo state, where stable temperatures and high humidity produce coffee cup profiles of caramel, nuts and chocolate.
The coffee beans are decaffeinated using an innovative process involving carbon dioxide, a natural and highly selective caffeine solvent, ensuring the delicate flavours and aromas in the coffee are preserved.
Region: Brazil, São Paulo State
Producer: Mogiana Smallholders
Processing: Natural / unwashed
Flavour Profile: cacao, roasted nuts and browned caramel
We work with the Ascafé co-operative who represent 3,700 producer families pioneering low impact farming models that promote better environmental and economic sustainability, while engaging with schools to teach sustainable coffee cultivation to local children.
It’s decaffeinated in Colombia using the 'Sugar Cane Process', where waste cane molasses is used to make a caffeine solvent that gently washes the caffeine from the bean.
Region: Columba, Cauca
Producer: Ascafé Co-operative
Elevation: 1640 – 1950m
Flavour Profile: orange, milk chocolate & brown sugar
When you refuse to rely on flavourings and additives, you have to work with some of the best Speciality grade Arabica coffees from around the world. We select small coffee farms for the unique character produced by their coffee varietals, climate, elevation and processing techniques.
Roasting is about enhancing the regional flavours of the beans, not masking or uniformity. We roast light and fast to honour the lively individual character of our coffee, and the passion and hard work of the farmers that produce it.
Brazilian coffee: Dark 215 degrees
Columbian coffee: Medium 210 degrees
We have the weighty responsibility of the last process of the bean. So, we take our time. By cold brewing for 24 hours, we extract the intricate flavours through gentle diffusion, signing off the coffee’s long, nurtured journey from farmer’s field to glass.
We are the Distillery and the Roasters, expertly copper pot distilling our wheat spirit on the wild Dorset coast. By owning both steps of the process, we can marry our coffee with the spirit it deserves.
RECYCLED COFFEE WASTE.
Our used coffee grounds are transformed into sustainable fire logs, converting waste into a sustainable fuel that generates 80% less emissions than if the grounds were sent to landfill. Read more about our partner Bio-Bean here.