PERFECT FOR EASY & DELICIOUS ESPRESSO MARTINIS
As we head into the festive season, many of us have events, parties and late nights planned. So, a delicious espresso martini, made with the highest quality ingredients, could be just what is needed to see us through until morning.
Jumping Goat from New Zealand is a vodka-based coffee liqueur. Jumping Goat recently arrived in the UK and is now found in top bars and restaurants as well as quality retailers such as Master of Malt and The Whisky Exchange, just in time for Christmas and New Year celebrations.
Jumping Goat Coffee Vodka Liqueur RRP: £31.95. ABV: 33%
Their simple 3-step Espresso ‘Goatini’ recipe – allowing anyone to make a simple, but incredibly delicious espresso martini, will keep you dancing all season long.
Jumping Goat’s story begins in Ancient Ethiopia, with a goat herder named Kaldi. Legend has it that Kaldi’s goats loved munching berries, the kind that inexplicitly made them bounce about. Kaldi accidentally roasted the berries, and BANG, coffee was discovered. Fast forward a couple of thousand years, where Callum O’Brien, a visionary from Kiwi-land, had a dream to concoct a tasty elixir that would take inspiration from this story and create a modern-day pick-me-up…and thus, Jumping Goat’s Coffee Infused Liqueur was born.
Created in 2013 and now distributed across 12 countries, Jumping Goat offers a vibrant coffee liqueur made with New Zealand vodka, organic cold brew coffee and spices.
Jumping Goat Liqueur starts by using 100% organic, batch-roasted coffee beans from Papua New Guinea before being mixed with a blend of spices and pure, redistilled New Zealand whey vodka.
The Jumping Goat’s ‘Goatini’ will make hosting the Christmas festivities effortless and is perfect for curbing those post-Christmas lunch nap cravings.
THE JUMPING GOATINI
Ingredients: 60ml Jumping Goat Coffee Liqueur | 30ml Fresh Espresso Coffee | Cinnamon
Method: 1. Mix Jumping Goat Liqueur with espresso coffee in a shaker
2. Fill with ice then shake like a madman
3. Double strain into a chilled coupe glass and garnish with a dust of cinnamon powder over the top. Finally, kick back and enjoy.
As an alternative, try pouring Jumping Goat into a shot glass and topping it with frothy cream and a sprinkling of cinnamon.