How To Make An Espresso Martini With Jägermeister Cold Brew

How To Make An Espresso Martini With Jägermeister Cold Brew

The cold weather is officially here. We can’t fight it anymore. But if there’s one way to help ease the blow of the chilly nights, it’s with a brand new cocktail recipe. And I’ve got just the drink to warm you up this season…the Jägermeister Cold Brew Espresso Martini. This post contains an item that was gifted to me (marked with an asterisk). All opinions are of course my own.

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A Brief History Of Jägermeister

For anyone who isn’t familiar with Jägermeister as a brand, or their latest product the Jäger Cold Brew, don’t worry I’m here to explain. Starting with Jägermeister themselves…they’re a German company known for their iconic herbal liqueur, Jägermeister. The drink can be describe as a ‘digestif’ which is pretty much the opposite to an aperitif‘. This means that, while the aperitif is a drink for before meal, a digestif is (yep, you guessed it) something you drink after a meal. 

The name ‘Jägermeister’ translates to ‘master hunter’, which links back to the liqueur’s maker, Curt Mast, who was a keen hunter (and liqueur lover as well!). He developed the drink himself and it was ready for release in 1935. Since it’s creation, the classic recipe remains completely unchanged to this day and it’s even still served in its iconic green glass bottle. 

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So, what is Jägermeister Cold Brew?

Jägermeister’s latest release comes in the form of a coffee twist on their classic liqueur, the Cold Brew. Jäger Cold Brew brings together the classic herbal flavours of the original drink with an intense cold brew coffee addition. Perfect for sipping on as the weather chills a little. 

I think a lot of people think of Jägermeister and instantly associate it with the very classic ‘Jägerbomb’ (Jägermeister and Red Bull). As much as I’m quite partial to one of them on a night out, it’s not something that I’m exactly going to whip up on a Friday night when I’m watching Gogglebox is it? If you’re someone who associates Jägermeister with the likes of parties, nights out and Jägerbombs then I’m here to tell you why it’s way more than that. I mean…it can be used in an espresso martini, which is one of the most glamorous cocktails out there if you ask me. 

How To Make A Jägermeister Cold Brew Espresso Martini

So, how do we make this glamorous Jäger Cold Brew espresso martini cocktail then Faye? you might be asking right now. Well, here’s how…coffee lovers, you’re going to be obsessed with this.

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Ingredients

50ml coffee

1 teaspoon Nutella

40ml Jägermeister Cold Brew*

10ml sugar syrup

3 coffee beans

Plenty of ice

I tried out a few different versions of the recipe until I found ‘the one’ and boy is it delicious. Compared to a few of the other cocktails that I’ve shared on here this one has a little bit more preparation involved. But it’s still super simple so don’t worry. The only prep needed is making up your 40ml of coffee and adding in the Nutella in advance. I’ve found that the best thing to do is to pop the Nutella in with the coffee, give it a stir until it melts in and then cool the coffee/Nutella mix in the fridge for a little while before you make up the cocktail. That way it stops any ‘bittiness’ when you make the drink up. The first time I made it I didn’t leave the coffee to cool and the drink ended up looking as though it had split a bit. So my one tip is to make sure you chill the coffee and Nutella mixture first!

Method

Before you make the cocktail:

Add the Nutella into 40ml of hot coffee and stir in until it has melted.

Once melted, put the coffee/Nutella mixture into the fridge to chill for around 30 minutes (feel free to leave it in longer if you have time!).

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Making the cocktail:

Fill your martini glass with crushed ice (to chill it).

Fill half/three-quarters of your cocktail shaker with crushed ice.

Take the coffee/Nutella mixture out of the fridge. Add into the cocktail shaker.

Add in the 40ml Jäger Cold Brew and the sugar syrup.

Pop the lid on the shaker and give it a good ‘ole shake.

Remove the ice from your martini glass and strain in the liquid from the shaker.

Add three coffee beans to the top of the cocktail. Serve and enjoy!

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    I’m yet to master the art of frothing/foaming when it comes to cocktails so I guess I’ll have to keep working on my technique. That just means I’ll have an excuse to make more of these though so I can’t complain! What are your thoughts on espresso martini’s? Are they one of your go-to cocktails to order? Have you tried Jägermeister’s new Cold Brew yet? Also, if you have any tips on getting a fabulous foam on an espresso martini then send them my way.

    Female Original

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    43 Comments

    1. Jodie | That Happy Reader
      October 2, 2020

      This recipe sounds so much better than the expensive espresso martini I had in Las Vegas (I didn’t enjoy it). I definitely want to give this a try.

      Reply
      1. femaleoriginal
        October 6, 2020

        Glad you like the sound of it! Let me know what you think if you do try it out for yourself 🙂

        Reply
    2. Heather Prudeaux
      October 2, 2020

      This sounds interesting. I don’t really care for Jagermeister, only cause it reminds me of Nyquil 🙂 . Does it still have that licorice flavor or is it more coffee tasting?

      Reply
      1. femaleoriginal
        October 5, 2020

        I actually really hate liquorice so I know what you mean. That being said, despite being a liquorice hater, I have always enjoyed Jagermeister.

        In some recipes people have used 50ml of Jager Cold Brew but in this one I prefer using 40ml and slightly more coffee. That way you still get a nice herbal flavour from the Cold Brew (plus the coffee twist) and then a strong coffee flavour from the coffee/Nutella mix. I’d say it really is all about the ratio of cold brew to coffee. Personally I think the coffee flavour comes through really nicely! 🙂

        Reply
    3. Richie
      October 2, 2020

      Hi Faye. I’m a big fan of coffee so I’m very tempted by this one. We don’t have a cocktail shaker but I’m sure I could improvise in MacGyver style!

      Reply
      1. femaleoriginal
        October 3, 2020

        Oooh this might be right up your street then! Haha I’m sure you could improvise 🙂

        Reply
    4. Jaya Avendel
      October 2, 2020

      Compared to most of the recipes you share, which I always find right up my alley, this drink sounds daring and intense, mostly because of the cold coffee. I love trying something new, especially when it fits into the colder weather, but I will most likely try this on a sunny day.. Now I just have to get my hands on some Jagermeister. 🙂

      Reply
      1. femaleoriginal
        October 6, 2020

        Haha it’s definitely the most intense one I’ve posted so far! It’s a really great Autumn/Winter drink – one that I’ll be making over and over this year for sure. Just need to master the foaming technique next! 🙂

        Reply
    5. Kayleigh Zara
      October 2, 2020

      I’ve been dying to try the cold brew! I’ve heard so many good things about it and this espresso Martini looks incredible gal! X

      Reply
      1. femaleoriginal
        October 6, 2020

        It’s sooo good! Thank you so much 🙂

        Reply
    6. Lisa Alioto
      October 2, 2020

      This sounds delic!

      Reply
      1. femaleoriginal
        October 14, 2020

        It is!

        Reply
    7. Baby Boomer Super Saver
      October 3, 2020

      Very nice photos! I’m not a fan of coffee flavor, but my husband would love this!

      Reply
      1. femaleoriginal
        October 14, 2020

        Thank you so much! You’ve definitely got to be a coffee lover to enjoy this one 🙂

        Reply
    8. I’m not a huge person for alcohol personally but I have to say that I love how you wrote this post and detailing Jagermeister and who they were and about the brand. I’ll be passing this post on to a few of my friends who will probably try this out for themselves too.

      Reply
      1. femaleoriginal
        October 3, 2020

        Ahh thank you so much! So glad you enjoyed reading it even if you aren’t into alcohol personally (I’m planning to feature non alcoholic recipes in the future so stay tuned!) 🙂

        Reply
    9. Swarnali Das
      October 4, 2020

      Wow sounds great, the amazing combination of coffee beans and Jagermeister Cold Brew.

      Reply
      1. femaleoriginal
        October 6, 2020

        Thank you! 🙂

        Reply
        1. Swarnali Das
          October 7, 2020

          You are most welcome dear.

          Reply
    10. Amie
      October 4, 2020

      Oooh this sounds amazing I’m definitely going to look into this!

      Love, Amie ❤
      The Curvaceous Vegan

      Reply
      1. femaleoriginal
        October 11, 2020

        It’s such a perfect Autumnal drink!

        Reply
    11. Lucy
      October 4, 2020

      This cocktail does look lovely! I’m not the biggest coffee fan but I would definitely love to give it a try! x

      Lucy | http://www.lucymary.co.uk

      Reply
      1. femaleoriginal
        October 6, 2020

        It’s so lovely! Such a nice twist on the classic espresso martini 🙂 x

        Reply
    12. Anika
      October 4, 2020

      Great recipe! I had no idea Jägermeister made a cold brew, that sounds like the perfect mix!

      Anika | chaptersofmay.com

      Reply
      1. femaleoriginal
        October 6, 2020

        Thank you so much! The coffee twist works so well in the Jägermeister 🙂

        Reply
    13. Nancy
      October 4, 2020

      It has been ages since I had Jagermeister. That drink is so potent – I save it for the special occasions. I didn’t even know that their cold brew espresso martini is a thing!! That is one way to really enjoy a morning drink hehe. So cool that you got to try this out. I know you got me interested!! I’ve ordered espresso martinis when I wanted something alcoholic but still wake me up heh

      Nancy ✨ exquisitely.me

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      1. femaleoriginal
        October 6, 2020

        It’s definitely a unique flavour, but I love it! Thank you so much 🙂

        Reply
    14. Sophie
      October 4, 2020

      Okay, I’m very interested. I haven’t touched jager in years but I love coffee and I’m so intrigued by what that flavour combination potentially tastes like. I need to try some of this! x

      Sophie

      Reply
      1. femaleoriginal
        October 6, 2020

        It’s so difficult to try and imagine what it would taste like but, in my experience, when you taste it it tastes exactly like what you’d think (if that makes sense haha!). x

        Reply
    15. Jenny in Neverland
      October 5, 2020

      This sounds like an interesting drink! I can’t even imagine what it tastes like tbh! Although I did used to drink Jagermeister when I did drink – fond memories haha!

      Reply
      1. femaleoriginal
        October 6, 2020

        Haha, it really is lovely! Such a great twist on a classic cocktail 🙂

        Reply
    16. Rashmi
      October 6, 2020

      Will try this for sure… thanks for sharing dear 🙂
      Beauty and Fashion/Rampdiary/Glamansion

      Reply
      1. femaleoriginal
        October 14, 2020

        I hope you enjoy it! 🙂

        Reply
    17. Radi
      October 9, 2020

      I am already obsessed knowing there is the taste of coffee in this cocktail. AMAZING!

      http://www.fashionradi.com

      Reply
      1. femaleoriginal
        October 14, 2020

        It’s the perfect drink for a coffee lover!

        Reply
    18. Jennifer
      October 10, 2020

      This looks so amazing! I would love to try it. Lovely Post!
      Allurerage
      Thetrendybride

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      1. femaleoriginal
        October 14, 2020

        Thank you so much! It’s a really love cocktail for this time of year 🙂

        Reply
    19. Lauren
      October 10, 2020

      This sounds interesting. It’s definitely not my taste but a great way to try different drinks!

      Reply
      1. femaleoriginal
        October 14, 2020

        It’s a great cocktail (if you like coffee and a strong flavour!). Thanks for reading!

        Reply
    20. Natasha Evans
      October 10, 2020

      This sounds delicious – the mix of coffee and nutella sounds like such a cool cocktail to make!

      Tash // A Girl with a View

      Reply
      1. femaleoriginal
        October 12, 2020

        Thank you! It’s such a lovely mix – perfect for this time of year 🙂

        Reply
    21. Sarah Mark
      October 16, 2020

      Ooh this sounds delicious! It is something I have never heard before I will definitely be trying this, this weekend!

      Reply
      1. femaleoriginal
        October 16, 2020

        Oooh I hope you enjoy it! 🙂

        Reply

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