"Spice Up Your Christmas with These 12 Simple and Delicious Eggnog Recipes - Perfect Booze Pairings Guaranteed!"
Here are four holiday drinks with unique twists on traditional eggnog flavors.
1. Adela Lee's Milk Punch with Ancho Reyes Verde
If you're looking for a unique twist on eggnog, try this recipe from Adela Lee. Mix 0.5 oz of Ancho Reyes Verde, 1 oz of Amontillado Sherry, 0.5 oz of simple syrup, 2 oz of whole milk, 1 oz of heavy cream, the whites of one egg, a pinch of cinnamon, and shaved nutmeg with ice, then strain it into a festive holiday mug. Top it off with a pinch of green matcha powder and star anise.
2. Blyth & Burrows' Nutmeg Rye Flip
If you prefer your eggnog with a bit more kick, try this recipe from Blyth & Burrows. Whisk together four eggs, 16 oz of milk, 8 oz of heavy cream, one tablespoon of sugar, and one teaspoon of nutmeg. Then, mix in 3 oz of Stroudwater Rye whiskey, 1.5 oz of Maine Craft Distilling Ration Rum, 1 oz of crème de cacao, and 1 oz of PX Sherry. Finally, fold in stiffly whipped egg whites and serve with grated nutmeg.
3. Spiced Rum and Bourbon Eggnog from Outlier
This recipe from Outlier in Seattle uses spiced rum and bourbon to create a knockout holiday cocktail. Mix 6 oz of small-batch eggnog with 1 oz of spiced rum and 2 oz of bourbon. Dust the top of the drink with a tablespoon of ground cinnamon for an extra touch of holiday spice.
4. Eggnog Latte from Courtesy
For a twist on traditional coffee shop drinks, try this recipe from Courtesy. Start with 6 oz of small-batch eggnog, then mix in 1 oz of spiced rum and 2 oz of bourbon. Add a shot of espresso and top with whipped cream and a sprinkle of cinnamon or nutmeg.
Use spiced rum and bourbon to make eggnog, then add a cinnamon stick and ground cinnamon to taste. This recipe is courtesy of Andrea Correale, CEO and founder of Elegant Affairs.
Create a flavorful cocktail by combining Maker's Mark Bourbon, almond milk, aged rum, maple syrup, pimento dram, walnut liqueur, and Angostura bitters. Shake the ingredients with ice in a shaker tin and then serve after grating fresh cinnamon and nutmeg on top. This recipe was developed by Pam Wiznitzer, president of the United States Bartenders' Guild.
For a rich and satisfying drink, mix Auchentoshan Three Wood Single Malt Scotch Whisky, chocolate stout, whole egg, Peychaud's Bitters, and brown sugar cayenne syrup. First, combine all the ingredients in a cocktail shaker and shake until frothy. Then, transfer the mixture into a footed rocks glass containing fresh ice and garnish with nutmeg. Don't forget to prepare the brown sugar cayenne syrup by heating light brown sugar, water, and cayenne pepper in a saucepan until boiling.
Complete your cocktail repertoire with this unique blend of Jamaican rum, Nocello walnut liqueur, espresso, simple syrup, and heavy cream. The Manhattan Cricket Club swears by this combination to create a smooth and rich drink that's perfect for a night in.
Prepare yourself for a delicious drink with only one egg. Follow these simple directions carefully to create a unique and refreshing cocktail. Start by shaking all ingredients together without ice for 30 seconds. Once the initial shake is complete, add ice and shake once more, then strain the mixture into a cocktail or brandy glass. Finally, top it off with a sprinkle of cinnamon dust for an extra kick.
This recipe comes to you courtesy of the amazing Burke & Wills in New York City. With a serving size of 25-30, you'll need 16 separated eggs, four quarts of light cream, one pint of heavy cream, and two quarts of Laird's Applejack brandy. Add 1.75 pounds of granulated sugar to the egg yolks and mix until well combined. Gradually add in the Laird's Applejack and light cream, mixing thoroughly after each addition.
In a separate bowl, beat the egg whites until stiff peaks form, then set them aside. In another bowl, whip the heavy cream until it forms stiff peaks. Gently fold the beaten egg whites into the yolk mixture, followed by the whipped cream. Once everything is fully combined, let the eggnog sit in a sealed glass container in the fridge for at least 24 hours. For the best results, give it a few weeks before drinking.
This recipe comes from Love & Salt, located in Manhattan Beach, California. The Italienne cocktail, which serves 10, requires only a handful of ingredients. You'll need 1.25 oz of Old Forester bourbon, .75 oz of Art in the Age (ginger) Snap liqueur, .75 oz of honey, .75 oz of cream, and one egg yolk. Combine all of the ingredients, except for the garnishes, in a shaker with 2-3 ice cubes. After shaking everything up well, strain the mixture into a coupe glass. Finish off the drink with a sprinkle of grated chocolate, pecan, and nutmeg for added flavor and texture.
You can thank Italienne in NYC for this wondrous cocktail!
11 CourtesyIngredients1.5 oz Bailey's, 1 oz Woodford Reserve Bourbon, 1 oz eggnog, 1 egg white, dashes of nutmeg and cinnamon for garnish, and a splash of Grenadine (optional).
InstructionsStart by shaking all the ingredients vigorously with crushed ice. Then, pour the smooth, rich mixture into a large wine glass and drizzle with raspberry coulis or grenadine. To finish, sprinkle some freshly grated nutmeg and cinnamon on top, along miniature rose buds.
If you're after a wonderful winter cocktail, head to Aunt Jake's in New York for this heart-warming concoction.
12 Courtesy(Serves 2)
Ingredients2 whole eggs, 3 oz sugar, .5 tsp freshly grated nutmeg, 6 oz whole milk, 4 oz heavy cream, 2 oz spiced rum, and 1.5 oz pisco. To finish, add .75 oz of Fernet Branca.
InstructionsUsing a home blender, beat the eggs on low for around thirty seconds, adding the sugar gradually. Once the sugar is fully incorporated, add all the other ingredients and blend until smooth. Once done, chill the mixture before serving. Finish the cocktail by garnishing it with freshly ground nutmeg.
Head out to Three Degrees in Portland, Oregon, to sample this wonderful cocktail, created by Sam Dangremond.
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