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Chocolate Espresso Martini Magic

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The holiday season can be a whirlwind, but finding joy amid chaos is essential. Enter the Chocolate Espresso Martini – my go-to remedy for a stress-free season!

For me, holiday joy comes in the form of a delightful cocktail, and I think even Santa would appreciate a good drink after a long day in his sleigh. Imagine his little Elf helpers serving him this special concoction!

Simple, quick, and oh-so-delicious, this martini is the perfect pick-me-up for festive get-togethers. Let’s dive into the joyous world of Santa’s Chocolate Espresso Martini and discover how it can add a touch of magic to your holidays.

Chocolate Espresso Martini  on wood board

The Perfect Holiday Pick-Me-Up

A chocolate drink is a classic choice for any holiday gathering, and what better way to enhance it than by adding a touch of espresso?

This martini is a quick and easy pick-me-up that can be mixed in minutes. Don’t fret if you don’t have an espresso maker – store-bought Cold Brew works just as well.


  • 1 1/2 Oz Chocolate Liqueur (Mozarts)
  • 1 1/2 Oz Vodka (Tito’s)
  • 1 1/2 Oz Coffee Liqueur (Kahlua)
  • 1 1/2 Oz Chilled Espresso

Making the Espresso

Begin with 1 1/2 ounces of chilled espresso. If you’ve got an espresso maker, brew a potent shot and allow it to cool. This stovetop one I used is a great affordable option!

No espresso maker? No problem – store-bought Cold Brew is a fantastic alternative.

Whichever route you take, the bold and robust flavor of the espresso is what makes this drink truly special. It’s the secret ingredient that gives your holiday spirits the perfect lift.

Now, let’s jump into the easy process of whipping up this festive cocktail.

Easy Steps to Holiday Bliss

Creating this festive martini is a breeze – it’s all about balance. Equal parts of vodka, chocolate liqueur, coffee liqueur, and chilled espresso come together for a delightful experience.


  1. Fill the Shaker with Ice:
    • Start by filling your cocktail shaker with ice, and preparing the canvas for your holiday masterpiece.
  2. Add Liqueurs and Chilled Espresso:
    • Pour in 1 1/2 oz each of chocolate liqueur, vodka, coffee liqueur, and chilled espresso.
  3. Shake, Shake, Shake:
    • Shake vigorously; the harder you shake, the more foam you’ll create, which is the signature touch of this drink.
  4. Pour into a Martini Glass:
    • Strain the mixture into a martini glass, ready to be savored.
  5. Top with Cocoa Powder and Espresso Beans:
    • Add a light dusting of cocoa powder for that extra special touch. Don’t forget the three espresso beans – a whimsical addition representing health, wealth, and happiness.

Finishing Touches

Originally, I thought chocolate-covered espresso beans would float on top, but, well, they decided to sink – a funny little twist that adds a nice surprise to your final sip.

To give it that extra charm, think about sprinkling a bit of cocoa powder on top. It’s not a must, but it sure adds a classy touch and makes your drink look extra special.

Chocolate Espresso Martini with 3 espresso beans

Big Batch

These delightful martinis can be easily prepared in a big batch, and shaken over ice just before serving. Remember, the key to the best taste experience is serving them ice-cold.

Cheers to Stress-Free Holidays!

To all of Santa’s little helpers, may this drink be your secret weapon for a stress-free holiday season. Here’s to good health, wealth, and an abundance of happiness for everyone!

Chocolate Espresso Martini

Chocolate Espresso Martini – Santa’s Favorite Sipper

A smooth and chocolaty martini. Garnish with espresso beans and a little cocoa powder to serve a special cocktail even Santa would love.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 5 minutes
Espresso 5 minutes
Course Drinks
Servings 1



  • 1 1/2 Oz Chocolate Liqueur I use Mozarts
  • 1 1/2 Oz Vodka I use Tito's
  • 1 1/2 Oz Coffee Liqueur I use Kahlua
  • 1 1/2 Oz Chilled Espresso


  • 3 Espresso Beans
  • Light Dusting Cocoa Powder


  • Fill shaker with ice
  • Add Liqueurs, Vodka and chilled Espresso
  • Shake vigorously then pour into martini glass
  • Top with a light dusting of cocoa powder and 3 Espresso beans
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