Consider yourself a coffee cocktail connoisseur? Alright then, how do you fancy the chance of sampling 20 different variations on the espresso martini?
That's exactly what The Espresso Martini Society is offering to caffeine-craving Londoners. For six weeks, from 20 April, the speakeasy-style, pop-up (naturally) bar will be in Soho, boasting what's been touted as the world's biggest espresso martini menu.
On that menu, expect many-a-twist on the classic 'wake-me-up-fuck-me-up' bevvy, including The Merry Berry, The A-List Avocado and The Dirty Banana.
Soho, of course, is the obvious place to host such a pop-up, seeing as this is where the espresso martini was invented, by bar legend, Dick Bradsell.
Cocktails will cost between £10-£15. Or you can get a coffee inspired beer instead. Oh yes, and in case of overdosing — decaf options are available.
The Espresso Martini Society, Moor Street, Soho, is open from 20 April-27 May. Bookings open now.