Espresso martini cheesecake
Prep 40 mins plus chilling, cooling and 24 hrs freezing
Cook 10 mins
70g salted butter, plus extra for the tin
100g dark chocolate digestive biscuits
150g dark chocolate, chopped
500g full-fat soft cheese
180g icing sugar
300ml double cream
30ml espresso or strong coffee
50ml coffee liqueur
1 tsp vanilla bean paste
FOR THE COFFEE SYRUP
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