A nog, a nickname for eggnog, is a beverage consisting of eggs, cream, and sugar, often with a spike of liquor, typically brandy or rum. The name appears to have come from England, where “noggin” referred to a small cup used to serve alcohol and to a strong ale served in such a cup.
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