A 'Rebel' Espresso Martini style drink created to pay homage to the Otis Redding song of the same name. This drink is for those who love to stay up late in good company. The base of the drink is premium Woodfood Reserve Kentucky bourbon. The 'cigarette' element of this libation is made using a quality small batch liqueur that is made from the rarest and most ancient tobacco in the world called Perique, which grows on the banks of the Mississippi river. It has beautiful leathery spice notes and is completely safe to drink. It is made naturally using ancient processes by craft absinthe distiller Jade. The drinks smokiness comes from a Single Estate Mezcal called Quiquiriqui. For the coffee element I have spared no expense, sourcing Brazillian Bourbon Dark Roast Arabica from the Algerian Coffee Stores in London, the oldest and most long standing coffee house in the UK. These oily rich beans are grown at 1,100 ft above sea level and have notes of caramel, hazlenut and cocoa.