This is how you pimp your eggnog
At Christmas time most people associate a creamy, full and smooth drink with eggnog. Eggnog is traditionally consumed throughout Canada and the United States at Christmas every year, often from American Thanksgiving through the end of the Christmas season. In bars the use of egg is more often associated with the classic cocktail categories of “sours” (egg white) or “flips” (whole egg). It’s usually only the use of full cream that distinguishes an eggnog (a spirit, egg, cream, sugar, and spice) from a flip (a spirit, egg, sugar, spice, but no cream). At Duck and Cover however they celebrate Christmas with a creamy flip:
4 cl Appleton Special Reserve rum
1 cl Cherry Heering
1 bar spoon Amaretto
1 bar spoon Bitter Truth Pimento Dram
1 cl cream
1 whole egg
All ingredients are dry shaken to emulsify the egg and subsequently shaken for 10 sec. with ice before strained into a coffee cup or cognac glass. Garnished with nutmeg.
The Christmas Flip is a deliciously creamy and full bodied cocktail that will go well for a dessert or just cheer you up on a cold winter day.
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