The creamy Eggnog Liqueur Punsch, called Eierpusch in German, brings the Christmas market home and is a great alternative to mulled wine
Eierpunsch is made with eggnog liqueur and white wine or Champagne and would is something not be expected to taste this good
If you don’t have any of the Eggnog liqueur below, you would heat plain Eggnog, add some Rum. Prepare the recipe below, fill in 6 cups or glasses and decorate with spray whipping cream. Sip with a straw
Eierpunsch can easily become your favorite drink at the Christmas Market
American brands Eggnog Spirits are Evan Williams made with Whisky, or Christian Brothers (Brandy). The best in my opinion is the more expensive imported Eggnog Liqueur is Verpoorten with Brandy and Bols. Both are Advocaat. All should be available in the US at least 6 weeks before Christmas at the Liquor store.
The Verpoorten Advocaat distillers worked on the recipe for more than 140 years in the Eugen Verpoorten Liqueur Factory. In 1876 and finally found the perfect ingredient: Egg Yolk!
The fat contained in the egg yolk forms an emulsion with alcohol and sugar, creating the typical creamy consistency. The Eierlikör was invented.
Today, VERPOORTEN, located in Bonn, is the fifth generation to produce this Eggnog Liqueur according to the closely guarded family recipe. Since 1961, VERPOORTEN has been using the slogan “Ei-Ei-Ei-Verpoorten, whether here or everywhere”. Everyone knows this advertising jingle.
Missing the German Christmas Markets? You can shop here for the famous Pyramids and celebrate the season