Egg nog is a descendant of milk and wine punches that had long been part of European celebrations when colonists arrived in the Americas. Rum a new world distillation enabled a spirited substitution for wine. Brandy joined rum in the recipe much later. Grog was slang for rum in England and Colonial America….”egg and grog”, egg ‘n’ grog, and now egg nog. Egg nog in the 1800?s was always made in large quantities and used as a social drink. It was commonly served at holiday parties. It’s hard to imagine a Christmas without a cup of the “nog” to spice up the atmosphere and lend merriment and joy to the procedings. Making busy times easier come in an get a bottle or two of Old New England Egg Nog or Old New England Chocolate Egg Nog. Americas #1 Egg Nog combines fine brandy, smooth blended whiskey and imported choice rums with a dairy base. Serve cold right out of the fridge.
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