Guinness Martini

by Amy Stafford on March 16, 2013

Guinness Martini

Last weekend we went out with friends and I was telling the girls about the Dublin Appletini Cocktail that I made for last weeks post and how darn good it was.  I actually wanted to tell the bartender that night to make me one because the martini’s he was mixing up were NOT good.  As we were talking about drinks my girlfriend Janet told me about a Guinness Martini she had seen on the internet, and how delicious it looked.

A few days later I went and looked up the cocktail.  Why the heck they call this drink a Guinness Martini????…. there is NO Guinness in the drink, yes I know it looks like a Guinness beer, but it seems like a cheat that there is no Guinness in the recipe!  Also,…. when I was making this I thought I added the Baileys and as I was editing these photos, I realized there was no white head (like a beer) and realized I did not add it to the drink.  ARGHH, so if your cocktail has a foamy head on it, you made it right, me well not so much. Oh well, it is a great way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day!  So Have a Happy St. Patricks Day and Happy Birthday to my big brother Randy!! xo Amy

Guinness Martini

Guinness Martini

Guinness Martini
 
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Recipe type: Cocktail
Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • 3 ounces Vodka (I used Kettle One)
  • 1 ounce Kahlua
  • 1 ounce espresso
  • ½ ounce baileys Irish Cream
Instructions
  1. In a martini shaker filled with fresh ice, fill with ingredients. Shake and pour in a martini glass. Serve
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Monica R October 6, 2014 at 2:27 pm

That isn’t actually a Guinness Martini only Guinness coloured :(

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Amy Stafford October 6, 2014 at 7:56 pm

Sorry to disappoint you Monica. It is still a great tasting cocktail even without the Guinness.

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