Sweet, creamy, and comforting, the warm spices and vanilla in this boozy winter drink blend well with a Coquito’s classic coconut flavor. Similar to a holiday eggnog, Coquito is a traditional Christmas punch in Puerto Rico. Served cold, the drink mixes a variety of coconut ingredients with run and spices for the ultimate holiday beverage.If you’re unsure of where to locate coconut milk at your grocery store, try the ethnic aisle or near the canned milk products. Be sure to buy coconut cream, which is unsweetened, not cream of coconut, which is very sweet. After refrigerating, whisk vigorously before serving. You can also serve over ice to dilute alcohol or sweetness.Prepare a party-sized batch for your next holiday cookie swap, and your drink just might outshine the sugar-coated competition. Serve topped with toasted coconut chips or with a coconut rim, and it may become your new Christmas party staple.
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