Cola De Mono

Colemono (Chilean)

aguardiente, milk, sugar, coffee, and cloves

(literally, monkey's tail) is a traditional Chilean drink served around Christmas time, very much like the tradition of serving eggnog during Christmas in North America. As far as texture and taste, it can be fairly compared to the mixed drink White Russian.

Although there are many versions of this drink, it contains mainly aguardiente, milk, sugar, coffee, and cloves. A virgin version can be made simply without the alcohol, with families making a batch for the children and one for …

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Created Jan. 6, 2016 by: itisclaudio

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