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Holiday Cocktail #5: Spiked And Smoked Eggnog Recipe

by Jim Passantino December 22, 2021 1 min read

Spiked and smoked eggnog holiday cocktail recipe

Our Spiked and Smoked Eggnog recipe is another to add to your holiday cocktail list for a few reasons. 

First, it's another easy to make recipe which makes for a great night cap. Although it might be easy to make, the presentation of this cocktail with smoke will woo your guests. 

Second, all ingredients here pair really well.  We add an extra kick in our version of this cocktail by including a shot of bourbon. 

Third, if you like eggnog, and we understand people either love or hate eggnog, but if you like it then this drink is a perfect sipper during game night or however you cap off your holiday festivities. 

And oh by the way, the go-to game on game night around here is 31.  If you disagree then we can not be friends.  A deck of cards, a buck or two to make it interesting, and the ability to add are the only requirements.  Check it out.  

Ok, so here's how this drink goes down...

Spiked and Smoked Eggnog Recipe

  • Ingredients:
    • .5 ounce Amaretto
    • .5 ounce vodka
    • 1 ounce bourbon (recommend: Russell's Bourbon)
    • 2 ounces store bought eggnog
    • sprinkle of nutmeg
    • Caramel syrup
  • Directions:
    • Rim cocktail glass with caramel syrup
    • Stir the eggnog, amaretto, vodka, and bourbon together in a shaker that’s filled halfway with ice until liquid is thoroughly chilled.
    • Strain into your cocktail glass and sprinkle with nutmeg
    • Smoke the drink with Smoke Lid from Aged & Charred.   Allow smoke to settle on top of drink for 10-20 seconds and serve.

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