Introduction: Coquito

Picture of Coquito

Puerto Rican Egg Nog

Step 1: Materials

Picture of Materials

1 can of coconut cream
1 can of coconut milk
1 can of evaporated milk
1 can of condensed milk
Bacardi rum

Step 2: Steps

1. Combine all the wet ingredients; except the rum. Mix everything together.
2. Add the cinnamon and mix together. You can tell when it's properly mix when the cinnamon is spread evenly.
3. Add the rum to taste and enjoy.
* You can keep it virgin by adding the rum after. Keep it chilled in the fridge. Taste better cold.


fred3655 (author)2014-12-24

Any rum preference? light, dark, spiced, or Malibu?

KittyDee76 (author)fred36552014-12-28

It depends on your preference. I tend to go for the dark because I like the taste. Spiced will be good if you like it with cinnamon. But it never hurts to try new mixes. As long as you find the right liquor mix you prefer.

blkhawk (author)2014-12-24

I had coquito made with cañita rum aged for 18 years! It was so smooth, like drinking coquito and brandy!

KittyDee76 (author)blkhawk2014-12-24

I also like it with brandy, but I use rum to remind me of tradition and back home with the coquis.

fewtheG (author)2014-12-24

I used to drink these while listening to the coquis..
thank you

KittyDee76 (author)fewtheG2014-12-24

Your welcome. It reminds me of home.

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