Matchbook Distilling Co. x Dreamy Coffee Co.

We partnered with North Fork Legends, Matchbook Distilling Co. to make an espresso martini with Dreamy Cold Brew, Matchbook's organic corn vodka, distilled orange peel, and top shelf nutmeg.


• 20% Alc by Vol
• 375ml
• Made in NY

Suggested Serve

Add ice to a cocktail shaker.  Pour in Dreamy Martini, seal shaker, and shake vigorously until thoroughly chilled, 10 to 20 seconds.  Strain into a cocktail glass, coupe, or other glass vessel and serve right away.

A Note From Matchbook Distilling Co.

It’s 2 ferry rides and winedy roads through beautiful Shelter Island and Sag Harbor to Sylvester & Co aka The Modern General - home to Dreamy Coffee Co. Growing up, my mom would take me and we’d pick up accents for home and for life — enamel platters, oversized art books, Danish raincoats.. it was a staple. It all seemed effortlessly cool and sophisticated. Not like me, not then.. but one day, I thought.. one day I’d be grown up and cool and I’d pick up enamel platters for dinner parties.

When the team behind The Modern General x Dreamy Coffee Co reached out about making an espresso martini, I was an instant yes. We haven’t been immune to the espresso martini bug - we’re human - and they’re perfect. We thought about dimension, texture, sweetness. We thought about how delicious a proper Irish Coffee is.. how the freshly grated nutmeg just hits. We thought about espresso served with an orange twist and about how Dreamy Cold Brew has a rich chocolate dimension. And so we distilled orange peel and some top shelf nutmeg into our organic corn vodka and used that to fortify the Dreamy Cold Brew. We battled over the sugar before deciding that anyone shaking one up could easily add some sugar and we left it on the dryer side. Just pour into a shaker tin with ice, shake til the strainer ices over, and strain into a martini glass. Garnish with a few fresh coffee beans and enjoy.

Want to customize your martini? Add simple syrup for a bit more foam. Dust it with coco powder or nutmeg for a little more umph. Or serve with tonic water over ice and drop in an orange twist.


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