Now enjoying a long, cool draught of water (one gallon) mixed with 238 grams of polyethylene glycol. The good news, it was no taste. Taken in 8 ounce doses every 15 minutes. This "osmotic" is bound to produce results.
I wish it could be taken with a decent Ale, instead.
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My nephew is dating a girl from Puerto Rico, and she taught us all how to make coquitos. OMG. This is eggnog on steroids. One coquito and everyone is more interesting. Two coquito and you hide your car keys. Lovely stuff.
So, Jeff, what's in it?
Well lets see:
The basics are:
white rum (the better the quality the better) condensed milk evaporated milk sugar vanilla
And that is all we used.
I didn't get the proportions. I think every family has their own traditions. Some more rum, some add cinnamon or nutmeg, anise, almond, or lime juice, according to what I have read. Some even include eggs. I can't see that it would improve anything. But I intend to find out.
Ours were made with rather more rum than less.
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