Pirate Eggnog

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It’s beginning to look like a Captain Morgan Christmas! If you want a superior spiked eggnog recipe, shake Captain Morgan 1671 with your favorite eggnog and a pinch of cinnamon.

Pirate Eggnog, Captain Morgan 1671, Eggnog with Rum Recipe | The Rose Table

My brother and I, we’re Captain Morgan people. We love Captain Morgan so much that I refused to leave Saint Croix without visiting the distillery to pick up his Christmas present last year. (Read my Saint Croix review here.)

Captain Morgan Distillery Saint Croix | The Rose Table
At the Captain Morgan distillery on Saint Croix with my brother’s Christmas present in tow

My brother’s favorite Captain Morgan bottle is Private Stock while mine is, well, you’re looking at it! Captain Morgan’s 1671 commemorative blend is my absolute favorite rum. The reviews online are mixed but I don’t know what to tell you, I love it and this is my website! 1671 has buttery caramel notes with a strong vanilla scent and aftertaste, which makes it my rum of choice for bananas foster and virtually all other rum baked goods.

Pirate Eggnog, Captain Morgan 1671, Eggnog with Rum Recipe | The Rose Table

Pirate Eggnog
1 oz Captain Morgan 1671
6 oz eggnog
Pinch cinnamon
Cinnamon stick for garnish

  1. Shake rum, eggnog, and a pinch of cinnamon together with ice. Strain into a highball glass. Sprinkle a bit more cinnamon on top and garnish with a cinnamon stick.

Yo ho,

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