Quarantinis with Minor Figures

May 07, 2020

Quarantinis with Minor Figures

This week we've invited over a VERY special guest to our blog. Not just any guest, but someone who specialises in one of our very favourite things: coffee. And not just any coffee, but some of the best damn coffee you can get! 

Take it away Minor Figures...

We here at Minor Figures are a company with a simple mission statement: invent great coffee products so that more people can enjoy better coffee. From Barista Oat M*lk to Nitro Cold Brew Coffee, we want our products to surprise and delight people. The only constant is that all our products are 100% plant-based with no added sugar.

Staying home and staying sane can be difficult. So our team is making it a little easier with our “fool-proof” nitro-infused drink recipes so you can feel like you're in your favourite brunch spot or cocktail bar hangout. Our nitro-infused cold brew coffee and chai cans are perfect poured straight over ice, but by adding just a handful of ingredients from your fridge or liquor cabinet, your “quarantini” drinks menu will be elevated to a whole new level!

Fool-Proof Espresso Martini

Choose your own adventure: classic Black, creamy Latte, or chocolate treat Mocha. Makes 2 Espresso Martinis, so enjoy with your isolation buddy. 

  1. Place a handful of ice in a shaker.
  2. Add 40ml Kahlua or any coffee liquor.
  3. Add 40ml vodka.
  4. Add your Nitro Cold Brew Coffee of choice.
  5. Shake it up!
  6. Strain into your glass of choice, garnish with 3 coffee beans, put on a moody jazz record and enjoy your luxurious “quarartini” in your home cocktail bar.

Cold Brew Spritz 

Spiked Spritz

  1. Choose your favourite drinking vessel.
  2. Add a handful of ice.
  3. Add 20ml of Aperol.
  4. Add 30ml prosecco.
  5. Pour over your Black Nitro Cold Brew.
  6. Gently stir in a clockwise motion (really imagine you are in your favourite sunny rooftop bar).
  7. Garnish with a slice of orange.

Sober Spritz

  1. Choose your favourite drinking vessel.
  2. Add a handful of ice.
  3. Pour over your Black Nitro Cold Brew.
  4. Top up with tonic water.
  5. Garnish with a slice of lemon.

Chai Me Nana Smoothie

Ingredients: 

  • 1 can of Minor Figures Nitro Chai latte (200ml) 
  • 1 frozen banana
  • 1 tbsp of nut butter 
  • 1 tbsp of chia seeds 
  • 1 tbsp of vegan protein powder (vanilla)
  • Cinnamon (to sprinkle on top)

Method: 

  1. Add all ingredients to the blender; pour in Chai Latte can. 
  2. Blend initial ingredients to combine, adding more chai as you go until desired consistency is met. 
  3. Blitz on high for 30 seconds, or until smooth.
  4. Pour into a glass, and sprinkle cinnamon on top to finish. 

You can get your hands on some Minor Figures Nitro Cans or Oat Milk on the Minor Figures website - https://au.minorfigures.com/.

You can also receive 20% off your entire purchase using a single use discount code exclusive to Retreat Yourself subscribers. Enter RYB20 at checkout or click here for your discount to auto apply. Valid until 19th June 2020 (can't be used in conjunction with any other offer). 



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