Russian Nog

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This Russian Nog with eggnog, vodka, and kahlua is a fantastic holiday cocktail and is the easiest and best tasting holiday drink you’ll find.

Russian Nog | Self Proclaimed Foodie

I’m all about easy this time of year. Things are hectic and grow increasingly crazy as Christmas approaches. I’m also always in favor of anything that tastes good. This Russian Nog fits the bill when it comes to both easy and delicious. A White Russion isn’t actually a Russian drink, but got its name because its star boozy ingredient is vodka which everyone associates with Russia. A typical white Russian is equal parts vodka, coffee liquor, and cream. Despite the amount of cocktails I post on my blog, I’m not a huge fan of super strong drinks. That’s why when I made this one, I added twice the eggnog as one normally might, and boy was it worth it.

Russian Nog | Self Proclaimed Foodie

This drink is easy because you start with an old fashioned glass with ice (I got those mega huge silcon ice cube trays), then you just pour your booze in. Easy! To mix it up, all one has to do is swirl it around in the glass. It was so tasty, I could totally go for another (and another… okay, maybe I have a teeny problem).

Russian Nog | Self Proclaimed Foodie

Russian Nog
 
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This Russian Nog with eggnog, vodka, and kahlua is a fantastic holiday cocktail and is the easiest and best tasting holiday drink you'll find.
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Recipe type: Drinks
Yields: 1 serving
Ingredients
  • 1 ounce coffee liquor (I used Kahlua)
  • 1 ounce vodka
  • 2 ounces eggnog
  • A pinch of freshly ground nutmeg
Instructions
  1. In an old fashioned glass with ice, add vodka and coffee liquor. Top with eggnog. Add a pinch of ground nutmeg. Enjoy!

This Russian Nog with eggnog, vodka, and kahlua is a fantastic holiday cocktail and is the easiest and best tasting holiday drink you'll find.
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