This article was published on August 31st, 2018
In celebration of Southern Decadence weekend – the Milk Punch is just one of the many famous original cocktails of New Orleans, Louisiana, in addition to the Sazerac, Hurricane, Cajun Lemonade, and the Father, Son and the Holy Ghost. Brennan’s Restaurant, a landmark brunch spot in New Orleans, takes credit for perfecting the Brandy Milk Punch, a brunch cocktail associated with the holiday season but enjoyed all year long.
The Big Easy is a great place to unwind and kickback, or party it up like nowhere else in America. Take a ghost, architecture, voodoo, or swamp tour to experience a bit of Cajun Culture. Or just got out and have fun at one of NOLA’s famous bars and clubs, carrying your Brandy Milk Punch everywhere you go.
Whether you’re visiting the Crescent City for Southern Decadence debauchery or a splash of culture and sophistication, the Brandy Milk Punch is the drink choice when coming to New Orleans. There truly is no place like NOLA, so enjoy a taste of the local flavor with the Brandy Milk Punch.
- 1 oz bourbon
- 1 oz dark rum
- 1 teaspoon sugar
- 2 dashes vanilla extract
- 4 oz milk
Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into a large goblet over fresh crushed ice. Sprinkle with nutmeg.
Enjoy and drink responsibly.