Hello, are you still stuck inside, still sheltering in place like I am? Are you spending a little more on at home cocktails like I am? Well then here’s a cocktail recipe for you, Chocolate Coquito Martini, made with Bebo’s Coquito. It’s delicious.

Chocolate Coquito Martini by Diverse Dinners

Coquito is no longer that drink you serve during the holidays only. Nope, Bebo’s Coquito delivers Coquito all year round and it’s available in many flavors: Strawberry, Caramel, Nutella and Tres Leches. I used Tres Leches for this cocktail. Did I say it was delicious already?

Bebo’s Coquito is made in New York and comes in two sizes, 750 ml and a cute single serving and will ship, US only. Reach out via Instagram to make your order before it sells out.

Chocolate Coquito Martini by Diverse Dinners

A Chocolate Coquito Martini is a perfect blend of creamy, sweet and boozy, but not too boozy. I like to have one after dinner instead of dessert. Fear not though, you can have dessert if you like.

You can also serve this cocktail hot. Imagine a rich and comforting cocktail on a chilly night. Don’t forget to use a heat safe glass.

Memorial Day weekend is around the corner and a Chocolate Coquito Martini will make for a great treat. No kids allowed folks. This is for the grown folks and should be sipped. It will make a great treat once the kids have been put to bed, you deserve it.

Remember drink responsibly.

Serves 2

Chocolate Coquito Martini

15 minPrep Time

15 minTotal Time

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  • 2 cups oat milk or almond milk
  • 1/2 cup espresso coffee
  • 2 tbsp dark chocolate powder
  • 1/2 cup Coquito
  • Ice
  • Generous drizzle chocolate syrup


  1. Pour milk in saucepan and place on a medium heat.
  2. Add coffee and chocolate powder and stir to mix.
  3. Keep stirring until chocolate powder is dissolved then remove from heat and allow to cool.
  4. Once milk mixture has cooled add 2 cups of ice to cocktail shaker or jug and add Coquito and milk mixture and shake or stir vigorously.
  5. Drizzle chocolate syrup inside two martini glasses then fill with cocktail using a strainer, discard the ice.