How To Make Coquito, According To A Family Recipe From The Kimpton Epic’s Bar Team

By now, you’ve probably had your fair share of eggnog, mulled wine, hot buttered rums and themed cocktails from kitschy Christmas bars.

But in Miami, there’s something even better to imbibe with during the rest of the holiday season: Coquito, which translates to “little coconut.” The city’s strong Puerto Rican presence makes it the perfect place to try the traditional and festive Puerto Rican holiday drink that’s creamy and made with winter warming spices.

“Coquito is one of Puerto Rico’s most celebrated contributions to mixology and is typically enjoyed during the holiday season due to its warm, seasonal ingredients such as cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla and rum,”

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