Win a jumbo cocktail shaker to celebrate at home

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 The premium Italian espresso brand Gaggia has teamed up with presenter and celebrity chef Jo Pratt to share a quick and easy recipe for creating the perfect Espresso Martini. Whether you’re hosting a small cocktail evening with your girlfriends or throwing the ultimate Christmas party, Jo shows how to impress your guests with this tasty recipe. Got to be better for your budget than a nifght on the town!

Watch this short film and uncover the secrets to impressing guests with the original coffee cocktail …With experts Jo Pratt author of In the Mood for Entertaining and Gaggia, behind you, you’ll be seriously impressed by the results. You’ll need to watch to enter the competition so keep your eyes peeled.

Gaggia Classic

In this film, Jo uses the Gaggia Classic manual coffee machine. The iconic Gaggia Classic has a stainless steel body and coffee filters to cater for one or two cups of coffee or an ESE espresso pod. Gaggia manual machines allow you to get to the heart of making Italian espresso and be your own barista. Designed with style, attention to detail and function in mind, the products within the range will add a professional look and stylish feel to any kitchen.

The Gaggia Classic (£300) is available from selected department stores, online and leading independent cook shops.


To win this:


From the video above simply tell me how may shots of esperesso you need to make these coffee cocktails. Answers please to becky@  with cocktail as your subject matter  Winner will be picked at random on New Years Day. UK entrants only pls. 1 entry per person.



1 Comment

  1. Peg Kirkby
    January 9, 2012 / 18:41

    I’m still learning from you, but I’m making my way to the top as well. I certainly love reading everything that is posted on your blog.Keep the posts coming. I enjoyed it!

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