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Maola’s award-winning* Eggnog is the perfectly sweet seasonal treat for your taste buds. Sourced and bottled locally with 8g of protein in every glass, this savory blend of milk and eggs is more than a beverage — it’s a tasty tradition that will fill your spirits throughout the holiday season. Sprinkle on a dash of cinnamon and nutmeg and share with friends and family at your next holiday gathering.
Plus, every purchase helps to support sustainable farming investments in the mid-Atlantic, so not only does it taste great, but it does good too!
* 2020 Winner of the “Quality Chekd” Nog Off Award – 1st out of 30 eggnog entrants
Serving size = 1/2 cup (120mL) | % Daily Value
Total Fat - 8g
Total Carb. - 20g
Protein - 4g
Calcium - 140mg
Milk, Cream, Sugar, Egg Yolks, Guar Gum, Salt, Natural and Artificial Flavor, Carrageenan, Nutmeg, Turmeric and Annatto Extract (for color)
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Eggnog Really Made From Raw Eggs?
Traditionally, yes, eggnog is made from raw eggs. However, eggnog is also usually made with alcohol, which, when added to the eggnog, acts as a preservative and prevents the raw egg from developing any harmful bacteria.
However, Maola’s award-winning eggnog does not contain raw eggs or alcohol. Instead, our delicious and rich eggnog is made from egg yolks cooked during the pasteurization process, so it’s safe to drink!
What Is Eggnog Made From?
Eggnog is a rich and sweet dairy-based beverage traditionally drunk during the holidays. At its core, eggnog is an emulsion of milk, cream, sugar, and, of course, eggs. Many recipes also include nutmeg, cinnamon, or other spices, which are incredibly delicious this time of year.
What Does Eggnog Taste Like?
Since eggnog is, at its core, an emulsion of milk, cream, sugar, and eggs, eggnog is an indulgent, extra-rich drink that tastes like a boozy version of melted ice cream. Many eggnogs also include warming spices commonly used during the holidays, like cinnamon, nutmeg, and clove.
Why Is Eggnog Drunk At Christmas?
The custom of drinking eggnog during the holidays all started in early medieval Britain as a way to ring in the new year. Later, the drink became popular in the American colonies by the late 18th to early 19th century. Eggnog was especially popular during Christmastime because of its warming flavors, like cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, and cloves, which embody the winter spirit.
Can You Freeze Eggnog?
Yes! For up to six months, you can freeze non-alcoholic eggnog, either store-bought or homemade. However, spiked eggnog typically does not freeze well, as conventional freezers are generally not cold enough to freeze the alcohol. For the best results, freeze your eggnog in a container with about ½ to 1 inch of space to allow for expansion during freezing.