Costco Sells Eggnog Wine and It’s Exactly What We Need Right Now

updated Nov 7, 2019
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There are plenty of ways to enjoy eggnog during the holidays. There’s the traditional way, of course, ladled into ceramic mugs — perhaps with an extra shot. You can also enjoy it for breakfast in your cinnamon rolls, waffles, and French toast. I think it also tastes pretty darn good in a cup of coffee in the morning. Not to be cliché or anything, but the possibilities, truly, are endless.

But I bet you haven’t had eggnog like this before. Costco is selling an eggnog wine cocktail, called “Traditional Holiday Eggnog Wine Cocktail,” which is basically like the traditional Holiday Eggnog from the Kirkland brand under Costco but with a fun boozy surprise inside to make it way, way better.

The nog was spotted on Instagram from account @costcobuys. The caption says it’s a 1.5-liter bottle, which is pretty nicely sized, and it’s best served over ice during the holiday season. So, keep it chilled for a better flavor when you sip on it during holiday parties or at home on a chilly, snowy evening with some other comfort food in hand.

One user recommends making ice cream by freezing it, and that sounds pretty awesome, too. Plus, imagine those toppings! Ahh… my imagination is going WILD. 

Plus, it’s strong — so be wary. The spiked eggnog wine has a 13.9% abv, so it’s pretty legit — this isn’t some sweet low-alcohol cocktail you’re sipping on. And it’s made with REAL dairy cream, so it’ll be super rich, silky, and decadent in taste and texture. The best part? It’s pretty affordable, with a whole bottle of it coming in at just $8.99. 

And if you need any other claims for how amazing this new beverage is, one user said, “My 96 yr old father LOVES this!” and so clearly, we’ve got to listen to our elders here. Take it from the wise man’s mouth! Happy holidays, indeed.