Somewhere between egg nog and coquito, this drink is one of my favorites to have during the winter season. Even though it is served cold, the spices are very warming.
This version is upgraded a little bit with the addition of a premium liqueur called Banane du Brésil by Giffard. I first tasted it at Repeal Day Ball 2013 and was lucky enough to receive it as a Christmas present from my fiancé. He had to travel all over the DC area since this liqueur is no longer distributed in the area. Thankfully he was able to find one bottle, tucked away in a forgotten dusty corner at Ace Beverage. When combined with Wild Turkey 14 Year Bourbon, it tastes like a bit like a grown up liquified bananas foster.
Milk Punch Recipe
By January 15, 2014Published:
- Yield: 1 cocktail
We used smitten kitchen's recipe as a base and fortified it with a 14 year old bourbon and banana liqueur.
- 100 ml plain almond milk
- 40 ml bourbon
- splash vanilla extract
- 20 ml banana liquer
- teaspoon caster sugar
- ⅛ teaspoon ground nutmeg plus more for garnish
- In a shaker, combine milk, bourbon, sugar and vanilla with hand-held milk frother.
- Serve in a chilled coupe glass and finish with a dash of nutmeg.
- Cuisine: Cocktails