Salted Caramel Coffee Martini

Guess what saturday is? It’s National Caramel Day! In honor of this yummy day, I thought I would share this super simple Salted Caramel Coffee Martini recipe. It uses, RealBeanz, founded in Brooklyn, New York which is a ready-to-drink gourmet iced coffee company combining premium-brewed beans and reduced-fat milk with functional ingredients such as vitamins and herbs. Each variety aims to satisfy health-conscious consumers without the extra calories while helping to enhance their lifestyles. You can find it at Whole Foods. All you need is these 5 ingredients, and you’re ready to go! Happy weekend! 🙂

Salted Caramel Coffee Martini

Prep Times:

5 minutes


makes 1 serving


1/2 ounce Kahlua
1 ounces vodka
2 ounce RealBeanz Caramel flavored Iced Coffee
Sea salt
Caramel Sauce


1. Rim martini glass with caramel and sprinkle with sea salt.

2. Drizzle 1 tablespoon of caramel into glass

3. In a shaker, add Kahlua, vodka, RealBeanz Caramel flavored Iced Coffee and ice
Shake vigorous. Pour into martini glass and serve.

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