Oooh, doesn't it just look like holiday eggnog? This drink, which originated in Central America, has a decidedly summer twist to it, though. It's made with sweet corn that's blended with milk and simmered with sugar and cinnamon. Ho, ho, ho yeah.If you live in a climate where it gets breezy and chilly at night, even in July, you could serve this as a hot toddy when the sun goes down. Of course, that would assume you added a little booze, but that wouldn't be so bad, would it?
We also think a scoop of ice cream would taste good floating on the top.