One version says that nog derives from an Old English word for strong beer, hence 'noggin.' Another version attributes the name to Colonial America where colonists referred to thick drinks as 'grog' and eggnog as 'egg-and-grog'." The name literally means "eggs inside a small cup."
George Washington liked to use three different types of liquor in his nog: Rye whiskey, rum, sherry. It's been said that nobody could tell a lie after having a few cups of that.
What do you think of eggnog?
Excellent with Butterscotch Schnapps
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