Tommy Bahama Coconut Eggnog Martini

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Posted: Wednesday, November 27, 2013 10:59 am | Updated: 3:27 pm, Tue May 27, 2014.

The holidays are here and along with them comes all the sights, sounds, smells, and tastes of the season. This year, the classic eggnog gets an island infused twist courtesy of Tommy Bahama with the Coconut Eggnog Martini.

This rich creamy cocktail packs a nice kick with equal parts Jim Beam® and Cruzan® Coconut rum. For added flavor, coconut milk is combined with heavy cream, vanilla and nutmeg for an out-of-this-world eggnog full of flavor.

Now is the only time of year to enjoy this perennial favorite beverage. So, take a break from those holiday shopping lists and take pleasure in this winter wonderland drink. You can partake in the Coconut Eggnog Martini at the Tommy Bahama Restaurant & Bar or at home relaxing from the stress of the season front of the fire by following this simple recipe:

Coconut Eggnog Martini

1 part Jim Beam®

1 part Cruzan® Coconut Rum

2 ½ parts coconut eggnog (recipe below)

Shake all ingredients well with ice, strain into a martini glass and sprinkle with nutmeg.

Coconut eggnog:

5 egg yolks

¾ cup sugar

1 cup heavy cream

2 cups coconut milk

Pinch of salt

1 tsp vanilla

½ tsp nutmeg

Whisk egg yolks with sugar until creamy and the sugar begins to dissolve. Add cream and coconut milk. Stir in vanilla, salt and nutmeg. Chill well.

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