How To Make A Sparkling Wine Eggnog
21st December 2019
We know eggnog as a traditional Christmas drink, but when eggnog was first made, it wasn’t, most agree eggnog originated in the 13th century during early medieval Britain, during this time the English drunk a drink called Posset this is made with hot milk and ale, it wasn’t until eggnog made it’s way to America in the 1700s that it became a traditional Christmas drink.
Fizzing up your eggnog this Christmas sounds like a splendid idea, but what Sparkling Wine should you go for?
One choice is a bottle of Tohu Sauvignon Blanc 2013, this Sparkling Wine Won a Silver Medal in the Creamy Category in The World’s Finest Glass of Bubbly Awards 2019.
Tohu Wines is located in New Zealand, it was first established in 1998, and they are the world’s first Maori owned wine company.
Sparkling Wine Tasting Notes
Aroma – “A creamy nose with apples and hints of brioche.”
Taste – “Green apple and lemon sherbert flavour.”
How To Make Fizzy Eggnog
This is to make one glass of Sparkling Eggnog
- Grab yourself an egg and crack it into a cocktail shaker, a bottle with a lid or anything that you will be able to shake without the egg and cream flying out.
- Pour in 50ml of cream into your shakable bottle.
- Shake for about 1 minute.
- Strain your shaken egg and cream into your glass.
- Then fill up the rest of your glass with Sparkling Wine.
- Garnish with Nutmeg or if you want some chocolate.
- And enjoy your homemade Eggnog.
Fizzy Eggnog Cocktail
Aroma – “A creamy apple aroma with hints of nutmeg.”
Taste – “It’s rich and creamy in flavour with a hint of apple and nutmeg and a definite fizz, this is a more luxurious Eggnog with the added Sparkling Wine.”
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