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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 11-22-2007, 11:56 AM Thread Starter
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Recipe for PR eggnogg AKA Coquito

1 can sweetened condensed milk
1 can Coconut milk
1 can coconut cream (coco lopez) can be found at liquor stores or where they sell the premade mixers
1.5 cups of bacardi rum or whatever clear rum you like
2 Table spoon of cinnamon and nutmeg

throw it in a blender and mix on high for 5 minutes and voila Coquito. You can also wisk it, it takes a little longer but i like it that way. Put it in the fridge til it's chilled and serve and bam ista-drunk that tastes real good without the burn.

This is the easy way of doing it you can also use evaporated milk instead of the condensed but the consistency won't be as great.

This has been a tradition in my family and most Puerto Rican fams for generations and i figure i'd share it with ya'll. It's usually made for christmas and given as gifts in cool looking bottles.

Enjoy the sweet goodness.

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1 can sweetened condensed milk
1 can Coconut milk
1 can coconut cream (coco lopez) can be found at liquor stores or where they sell the premade mixers
1.5 cups of bacardi rum or whatever clear rum you like
2 Table spoon of cinnamon and nutmeg

throw it in a blender and mix on high for 5 minutes and voila Coquito. You can also wisk it, it takes a little longer but i like it that way. Put it in the fridge til it's chilled and serve and bam ista-drunk that tastes real good without the burn.

This is the easy way of doing it you can also use evaporated milk instead of the condensed but the consistency won't be as great.

This has been a tradition in my family and most Puerto Rican fams for generations and i figure i'd share it with ya'll. It's usually made for christmas and given as gifts in cool looking bottles.

Enjoy the sweet goodness.
Def will enjoy that! Now, can you please post the recipe for pitorro?


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Def will enjoy that! Now, can you please post the recipe for pitorro?
I have a bottle of it right now getting cured it's only been about 6 months. I got it from my uncle that got it from some old guy that lives in the mountains of PR. So really i have no idea how to make pitorro but if i ever find out you will best believe i'll post up.

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cool
working on some castillo and coke right now


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