Trader Joe’s Is Selling This Eggnog Liqueur Right Now

Trader Joe's eggnog liqueur will put you in the holiday spirit!

If you love festive drinks, then it’s the most wonderful time of the year! Perfectly timed for the holiday season, Costco launched Kirkland-brand eggnog liqueur, RumChata released a version that tastes like peppermint bark and now Trader Joe’s eggnog liqueur is on the scene with all of the sweet, creamy flavor you crave from traditional eggnog—with a twist.

What Is Trader Joe’s Eggnog Liqueur?

It’s a blend of spiced rum and brandy along with cinnamon and pure cream. This stuff has more spirit than regular eggnog, that’s for sure! It’s guaranteed to be sweet, creamy—and thanks to its nearly 15% ABV—a touch boozy, too.

These bottles are a standard 750 mL and only cost $7.99 at Trader Joe’s stores that carry wine. You can simply sip a chilled glass straight as a nightcap. If you want to make your drink extra special, we recommend grating a little fresh nutmeg on top—try using a microplane, the best tool for grating and zesting.

What to Do with Your Eggnog Liqueur

We know that eggnog can be polarizing, but it’s essentially a boozy milkshake, so what’s not to love? Eggnog is perfect for serving over ice and making toasts with family and friends or sipping quietly while curled up on the sofa. You could also mix things up by replacing the cream or half-and-half in your coffee with eggnog liqueur as a treat or drizzle it on a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

But why stop there? You could also spice up breakfast with eggnog French toast, or use it in desserts like eggnog bread pudding or even banana bread. The possibilities are endless!

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Krista Garcia
Krista has had 20 years of media experience. For eight of them, she's been freelancing for various food and travel brands like Taste of Home, Eater, The Kitchn and Fodor's. As a writer for Taste of Home, Krista’s specialty has been sharing all the latest food news from new types of candy to restaurant updates to viral TikTok cooking hacks. A food blogger since the early 2000s, Krista founded the site Goodies First, although these days she's focused on the digital commerce space. At the same time her blogging days tapered off, Krista moved back to Oregon (where she grew up) after a long stint in New York City.