The Canadian military has a long history of serving a beverage known as "Moosemilk" annually on New Years Day at a function hosted by the Junior Ranks Mess, Senior NCO's Mess and the Officers Mess. Each mess basically hosts an open house or invites guests by special invitation to the "New Years Levee".
Moosemilk is a very smooth alcoholic beverage that sneaks up on you. Below you will find a few recipe variations, all of which are quite good:
Per Glass Recipe
A quick delicious recipe for Moosemilk, with white rum, dark rum, coffee liqueur, vanilla ice cream and strawberries.
Instructions Place ingredients in a blender and mix until even consistency. (Note: usually made in a large batch using above ratios and served punch style at parties.)
1. Beat yolks until fluffy and completely mixed. 2. Add sugar to eggs and beat until thick and smooth. 3. Add/Stir in milk and liquor. 4. Chill for a min of 3 hrs (preferably overnight). 5. Whip the cream until good and thick. (Do NOT use canned whipped cream - it will go flat) 6. Fold in whipped cream. 7. Chill for 1 hr. 8. Sprinkle top with nutmeg and cinnamon to taste (optional) 9. Serve in punch bowl keep remainder of mixture chilled because of the raw eggs. Normally this is not a problem as Moosemilk disappears quickly).