23 Reviews

Love it!!!!

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Jennifer Huertas December 24, 2002

Boy is this ever good. Quick easy and very moreish. Love the addition of the spices and the coconut flavour makes a nice change from an egg based mix. I used bacardi. Thanks for sharing.

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Evie* December 16, 2002

!Delicioso! Anyone who says Coquito isn't Coquito without eggs, is wrong. It's easy to make and definitely worth the wait to chill. I left out the nutmeg and still found it to be delicious. It's quite thick, therefore, I'm considering replacing one can of coconut cream with coconut milk. I highly recommend using Coco Lope because it has more of a coconut taste. It's also best to use Bacardi White rum. Cheers. !Gracias!

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Dee T. March 07, 2006

Great recipe! I was reluctant at first because it didn't include eggs. Coming from a PR background many always say, "It's not coquito without the eggs." I am glad I tried it turned out YUMMYLICIOUS! Thanks for sharing.

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joh1074 December 29, 2010

This Coquito is the best I've ever tasted. I love it because there is no eggs involved. So, why wait til Christmas. Make it at any time of the year and enjoy.

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Ana #3 August 12, 2008

It is not Spanish, it is typical drink given during the holidays in Puerto Rico. The holidays run in PR from Thanksgiving to January 7th (Three Kings Day). The coquito name is derived from the beloved Coqui frog, which only lives on the island of Puerto Rico. Attempts to transplant this tiny tree frog have all failed, and the frog only survives on the island of PR.

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Alonsito July 31, 2004

This recipe is exceptionally tasty to begin with. I read some of the reviews and advice and I swapped out a can of the coconut cream with coconut milk and I added ground cloves. And of course I like spice so I added a little more ....That took it to another level. Coquito is a great alternative to eggnog ...just perfect. thanks for the tips.

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TuNicky Smith January 04, 2014

I'm from the Virgin Islands...lots of Puerto Ricans (and lots of Coquit) there. This recipe is on point!!! I absolutely LOVE it! Perfect measurements.

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NayaNasir0710 November 27, 2013

Tad bit too sweet. I would add an additional can of coconut milk.

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waarce December 21, 2012

I made it for a friend's party using Dee's suggestion to use one can of coconut milk to replace a can of coconut cream. Mine still came out really thick but it was delicious. I was afraid it would be overly sweet but the one can of sweetened condensed milk was perfect. I used a teaspoon of ground cloves in addition to the spices. This is a perfect alternative to traditional eggnog, thanks for the recipe!

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sumashi December 16, 2012
Coquito