Festive Snogg

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Festive Snogg

Fancy a festive Snogg? The free-range fraternity at St Ewe Eggs have teamed up with Sam’s Cornwall to create a pleasingly boozy advocaat. We nabbed the recipe so you can make it at home. You’re welcome

www.stewe.co.uk

Makes    Makes 750ml of Snogg

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  • You will need
  • Method
  • Whole milk 285ml
  • Sugar 65g
  • Cinnamon sticks 2
  • St Ewe Liquid Egg Yolk 250ml, alternatively use 16 separated egg yolks
  • Brandy, rum or whisky 175ml
  1. Simmer the milk, sugar and cinnamon sticks in a pan on a low heat for around an hour, until thickened to custard-like consistency.
  2. Allow the milk mixture to cool before stirring in the egg yolks and alcohol.
  3. Serve straight as a Snogg shot or fashion your own snowball. The advocaat will keep for up to 3 days in the fridge.

To make a Snogg Snowball Royale:

Serve 50ml of Snogg with 12.5ml of lime juice in a champagne flute and top with prosecco.

To make a Snogg Snowball: 

Combine 50ml of Snogg, 12.5ml of lime juice and 200ml of lemonade in a shaker with ice. Shake, strain into a tumbler, add ice and then garnish with lime wedge and nutmeg.

You will need

  • Whole milk 285ml
  • Sugar 65g
  • Cinnamon sticks 2
  • St Ewe Liquid Egg Yolk 250ml, alternatively use 16 separated egg yolks
  • Brandy, rum or whisky 175ml

Method

  1. Simmer the milk, sugar and cinnamon sticks in a pan on a low heat for around an hour, until thickened to custard-like consistency.
  2. Allow the milk mixture to cool before stirring in the egg yolks and alcohol.
  3. Serve straight as a Snogg shot or fashion your own snowball. The advocaat will keep for up to 3 days in the fridge.

To make a Snogg Snowball Royale:

Serve 50ml of Snogg with 12.5ml of lime juice in a champagne flute and top with prosecco.

To make a Snogg Snowball: 

Combine 50ml of Snogg, 12.5ml of lime juice and 200ml of lemonade in a shaker with ice. Shake, strain into a tumbler, add ice and then garnish with lime wedge and nutmeg.

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