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December 22, 2010

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interesting! i have been trying to find vuqo here in San Francisco. still looking.

Props on the post... maybe I will give eggnog another chance. That bottle of Vuqo looks pretty snazzy. I doubt that I'll be able to buy it in Canada, though... the Filipino stores up here don't seem to stock alcohol. :(

this will definitely keep my insides warm and fuzzy haha. so vuqo is lambanog from the Philippines. Wow it looks impressive. I used to love those flavored lambanog in the Philippines before, but your concoction definitely tops all the lambanog flavored ones.
Merry Christmas Marvin!

Wow, this looks like really delicious, Marvin! Thank you so much for choosing VuQo for your Christmas concoction! We're glad you appreciate VuQo and it's exactly Filipinos like you that keep us going. Hope you don't mind if we post this on our Facebook page, so our followers can try it as well :)

Clara, you can get VuQo at Pacific Super in So. SF :)

Merry Christmas! Cheers!

I'm the only one in the family that will drink eggnog so it's not worth it for me to make a big batch.

Ever think of freezing your eggnog to make ice cream? It's exactly how you make it!

MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR to you and your family, especially Baby Lumpia!

And of course, to the other member of your family, The Manila Machine. ;)

I love the idea of lambanog nog. You should take a look at recipes for coquito, which is a similar drink popular in the Caribbean. Most recipes incorporate condensed milk which is just as boricua as it is pinoy, giving the coconut nog a great, silky texture. It might also lend something good to lamba eggnog.

Happy Holidays Marvin, Barbara, and Baby Lumpia!

ohhh I wonder where I could find coconut moonshine :D

If i can get hold of lambanog, I will definitely try this. Looks yummy! Happy holidays!

In the Caribbean Spanish islands of
Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic and Cuba we have a similar drink called "Coquito" (koh-kee-toh) Which has rums instead mmm!(white rum +Añejo) Feliz Navidad!

Wow, I wish I'd seen this sooner, that is some serious fine beverage.

Clara, Have you looked at Cask? They are really good about stocking hard to find spirits.

Most recipes incorporate condensed milk which is just as boricua as it is pinoy, giving the coconut a great, silky texture.I will give eggnog another chance. That bottle of Vuqo looks pretty snazzy.

Very cool:-). We own a bar in Metro Manila (Makati City, actually) called No. 38 and we serve Nipa Lambanog. Just as potent as the coconut variety, our version seems to be smoother, with a faint olive flavor. We used to just give it away to regulars to get the party going, but now some of them actually prefer it over tequila and Jäger. It's nice to see the humble Lambanog finally have it's day in the sun.:-)

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