For this Canadian Maple Walnut Espresso Martini we are going to use the Glenlivet 12 Year Single Malt Scotch, Ontario based Dillon’s Walnut Amaro, Liberica Espresso (coffea liberica) Quebec Grade A Canadian Made Maple Syrup and egg white for a silky smooth texture and foam.

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1oz Scotch

1oz Walnut Amaro

1 oz Espresso

1/2 oz Maple Syrup

1 egg white

In doing research on a maple walnut espresso martini coffee cocktail I was pleasantly suprised to find Dillon’s Walnut Amaro.  This find alone was a treat and is exceptional on ice by its own.

After seeing the base of this drink you may start to get creative to mix and match different types of local canadian spirits or bitters.  Another variation may substitute out the Scotch with local Canadian maple infused whiskey.  One option may be Sortilege, whom are based out of Quebec.  Sortilege uses only the highest Canada Grade A pure Quebec Maple Syrup.  Another option based out of Ontario is the Kinsip Maple Whisky .

Therefore here is maple walnut espresso martini recipe #2:

2 oz Canadian maple whisky

Black Walnut Bitters 

1 oz Liberica Espresso Shot

1 Egg White


Both of these recipes are exceptionally tasty and use high quality spirits.  We hope you enjoy!  We also have more recipes to view from our list of top 10 best espresso martinis.  This maple walnut espresso martini is also on that top 10 list.