"NYE Coquito | Crafted Pour"

"Just taking it slow this month, but I made the Coquito for the first time. Congratulations on making it this far in 2023, you deserve a drink! Coquito is a traditional Christmas drink that originated in Puerto Rico. It’s a coconut-based alcoholic beverage is similar to eggnog and is often referred to as Puerto Rican Eggnog. There are so many recipes out there, I honestly didn’t know which one to follow. The easy 5 min one that you can make in a blender or overnight one, or use little bit of everything? To give the coquito a good depth of flavor, I infused the rum with cinnamon stick and raisins overnight. You can probably infuse it longer, but I started making this on Christmas Day, and I wanted to try asap, so overnight was just fine with me. Combine condensed milk, coconut milk, evaporated milk, toasted coconut syrup, vanilla beans, and grated nutmeg in a saucepan, and bring it to simmer. Add more cinnamon stick if you want. Remove from heat, and let it rest for 30min. (I didn’t blend, but I f you want to blend, just use cinnamon powder and vanilla extract.) Lastly, add the infused rum. Keep refrigerated. Is it supposed to be THIS sweet?? I had to have it on the rocks. ", "undefined", "NYE Coquito",

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NYE Coquito By , May 8, 2009 Just taking it slow this month, but I made the Coquito for the first time. Congratulations on making it this far in 2023, you deserve a drink! Coquito is a traditional Christmas drink that originated in Puerto Rico. It’s a coconut-based alcoholic beverage is similar to eggnog and is often referred to as Puerto Rican Eggnog. 
There are so many recipes out there, I honestly didn’t know which one to follow. The easy 5 min one that you can make in a blender or overnight one, or use little bit of everything?

To give the coquito a good depth of flavor, I infused the rum with cinnamon stick and raisins overnight. You can probably infuse it longer, but I started making this on Christmas Day, and I wanted to try asap, so overnight was just fine with me.
Combine condensed milk, coconut milk, evaporated milk, toasted coconut syrup, vanilla beans, and grated nutmeg in a saucepan, and bring it to simmer. Add more cinnamon stick if you want. Remove from heat, and let it rest for 30min. (I didn’t blend, but I f you want to blend, just use cinnamon powder and vanilla extract.) Lastly, add the infused rum. Keep refrigerated. Is it supposed to be THIS sweet?? I had to have it on the rocks. 
Just taking it slow this month, but I made the Coquito for the first time. Congratulations on making it this far in 2023, you deserve a drink! Coquito is a traditional Christmas drink that originated in Puerto Rico. It’s a coconut-based alcoholic beverage is similar to eggnog and is often referred to as Puerto Rican Eggnog. There are so many recipes out there, I honestly didn’t know which one to follow. The easy 5 min one that you can make in a blender or overnight one, or use little bit of everything? To give the coquito a good depth of flavor, I infused the rum with cinnamon stick and raisins overnight. You can probably infuse it longer, but I started making this on Christmas Day, and I wanted to try asap, so overnight was just fine with me. Combine condensed milk, coconut milk, evaporated milk, toasted coconut syrup, vanilla beans, and grated nutmeg in a saucepan, and bring it to simmer. Add more cinnamon stick if you want. Remove from heat, and let it rest for 30min. (I didn’t blend, but I f you want to blend, just use cinnamon powder and vanilla extract.) Lastly, add the infused rum. Keep refrigerated. Is it supposed to be THIS sweet?? I had to have it on the rocks. Ingredients: - Tiki Lovers White Rum - Raisins Instructions: To give the coquito a good depth of flavor, I infused the rum with cinnamon stick and raisins overnight. You can probably infuse it longer, but I started making this on Christmas Day, and I wanted to try asap, so overnight was just fine with me. Combine condensed milk, coconut milk, evaporated milk, toasted coconut syrup, vanilla beans, and grated nutmeg in a saucepan, and bring it to simmer. Add more cinnamon stick if you want. Remove from heat, and let it rest for 30min. (I didn’t blend, but I f you want to blend, just use cinnamon powder and vanilla extract.) Lastly, add the infused rum. Keep refrigerated. Communal,Classics,Holiday,Originals,Winter,Fall,Dessert