HOUSTON – The holidays are here, and what better way to get your guests in the holiday spirit than with a delicious beverage.
Houston Life Reporter Lauren Kelly stopped by the Goya kitchen in Brookshire, Tx, and got a lesson from executive chef Fernando Desa on how to make a Puerto Rican coquito.
The coquito is a thick and creamy coconut drink that mixes Goya’s coconut milk with sweet Goya cream of coconut, cinnamon, and rum.
This authentic coquito recipe is commonly made during Christmas where it is served cold, and shared with family and friends!
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