Stout Fellow

Stout Fellow image
Serve in
a Coupe glass...
2 shot Guinness stout
1 shot Pot still Jamaican rum
1 shot Coffee liqueur
shot De Kuyper Dark crème de cacao
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Beer - Guinness stout image Rum Jamaican  image Coffee liqueur image Crème de cacao liqueur (dark) image
How to make:

SHAKE all ingredients with ice and fine strain into chilled glass.

Garnish:

Dust with grated 85% cacao chocolate.

Comment:

In a similar style to an Espresso Martini but with very different ingredients including Guinness stout and coffee liqueur in place of espresso coffee.

Origin:

Created in 2013 by Matthew Coates (M.C.) at Jake's Bar and Still Room, Leeds, England. Matthew was one of five finalists in the diffordsguide Beer-tail Competition for London Cocktail Week 2013 held on Friday 9th August 2013 at Simon Difford’s Cabinet Room in London.

Matthew told us, “The inspiration behind my cocktail comes from my love of all of its components – rum, beer (Guinness) and coffee. I call my drink 'a stout fellow' because it's strong and hearty but also warming and 'friendly'. It also refers to the old Guinness advertising of 'Guinness for strength' encompassing more than one meaning of the word stout.”

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