January 18, 2017

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In Jamaica there are two drinks that are known to be men drinks. One is Irish Moss and the other is Guinness Stout Punch. It has been said is that both make a man more virile. I’m not sure how true that is, but that’s the story that has been passed on for generations.
 
Quite a few of you have requested this recipe so I thought I’d share the one that most reminds me of the stout punch of my youth. Because I used the lighter Irish Guinness draught stout, it isn’t as bitter as it is when using English Guinness stout, which is fine by me. So, if you prefer a stronger, more bitter flavour buy the latter when making this recipe. It uses 5 ingredients and it literally takes 5 minutes! Enjoy!
 
Ingredients

2 cups Guinness Stout (Irish)
3/4 cup Sweetened Condensed Milk
1/2 tsp Ground Cinnamon
1/4 tsp Ground Nutmeg
1 large Egg, beaten
10 Ice Cubes
 
Method

1. Put stout, milk and spices in blender and blend on High
2. Add beaten egg and blend again
3. Add ice cubes and blend until smooth
 
Serves 3 to 4
 

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Fay

I’ve been cooking Jamaican food for my family for more than 50 years! Now I'm teaching my daughter Angela and you how to cook my treasured family recipes! I'm happy to be of service and love hearing from you so don't forget to leave a comment below.

Fay

19 Comments

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    Melissa March-Taylor
    March 25, 2013

    Dragon Stout has a great flavour for baking and making drinks. I only use Dragon Stout for such purposes. I find it is not as harsh as the Guiness. Unfortunately, not all the LCBOs sell Dragon.

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    March 25, 2013

    Not a big fan of raw egg so I will pass on this one. I hope you post the recipe for IrishMoss soon. Buy the way I made a batch of Ginger beer from your recipe and love it. I use it to make a drink called a Moscow Mule, which is ginger beer and vodka served is a ice cold copper cup.

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      Keshia
      July 3, 2013

      Chef William, I thought gross too when I saw the raw egg portion. I would try substituting milk for the egg. What do you think Cook Like A Jamaican?

      • Reply Cook Like A Jamaican
        Cook Like A Jamaican
        July 26, 2013

        Hi Keisha,
        If you don’t like the thought of raw egg just don’t include it when making the recipe. I will still taste great. Blessings, Fay

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    namelynorm
    March 25, 2013

    Thanks for posting my dear! I grew up drinking this punch as a lad and haven’t had it in years. My stepfather would ad some lemon peel to break up the bitterness with a little citrus flavor. My American friends always think I’m crazy when i speak of the drink i loved as a lad made from Guinness and raw eggs. Ha! Cant wait up to whip up a batch!

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    Petra
    April 22, 2013

    My hubby loves guiness so I thought I would make this for him. He loved it! I don’t even lie guiness but the punch tasted sooooooooooo good. Thumbs up!

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    Jay
    June 18, 2013

    I believe you meant ‘virile’ rather than ‘viral.’ 😀 Respect for the recipe

    • Reply Cook Like A Jamaican
      Cook Like A Jamaican
      June 19, 2013

      You’re right! Good thing you caught that before it went viral…LOL

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    Robert
    November 25, 2013

    I love this recipe and am going to make it today!!! I’ve seen similar recipes with oatmeal and peanuts, is this just another variation or is it a different drink altogether? Also Im watching your videos and wondering why I married my American Irish wife, and is it too soon to propose to you!!!! LOL

    • Reply Fay & Angela
      Fay & Angela
      May 26, 2014

      Hi Robert,
      Sorry I’m taken…LOL. Stout punch as I know it does not use oats or peanuts. I’m not sure what the oats drink is be but perhaps with the peanuts you’re referring to peanut punch. Fay

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      ric2play
      September 26, 2015

      Yess…a little oats adds some texture and tastes great….

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    Samuel
    February 9, 2014

    Momma , I want to try this , but I don’t like the raw eggs either. Could I substitute raw eggs for egg whites instead?

    • Reply Cook Like A Jamaican
      Cook Like A Jamaican
      February 24, 2014

      Hi Samuel,
      Thank you for your question. Including an egg is the traditional way to make this drink. However, if you’re not comfortable using raw egg I suggest you omit it all together. You’ll still get a lovely tasting drink to enjoy. Blessings, Fay

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    Sharifa Wilson
    August 20, 2014

    I have tried your bun and potato pudding recipes and they were wonderful. I notice there is no peanut punch or peanut porridge recipes – would love to see those. Stay blessed. Sharifa in London, England

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    KD
    October 7, 2014

    Auntie
    Just wanted to say the following – I have been living in Belgium for the last 5years and unfortunately have been very ill when it came to the food! having lost way to much weight I decided to check out the internet for Guinness punch recipes because that’s what my mother used to give us when we were sick and couldn’t eat. I was so happy to find your recipe and used it immediately right down to the raw egg. Maybe I’m a little drunk (I take a glass every morning for breakfast!) but I have to say that it worked and now I am eating again. Thank you so much. xxx

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    daniel
    December 6, 2014

    Wow this is pretty good. I was hesitant about the raw egg but that\’s where all the protein is coming from. If you don’t like Guinness you will LOVE this punch. Its sweet and tasty!!!

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    joyce
    December 20, 2014

    hi fay happy holidays my problem is I try to get some of your recipes but I cannot I would like to know why I wanted to try your black cake and sweet potatoes pudding could you please send them for I would like to make them for xmas thank you god bless red hot

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    December 24, 2014

    Great quick recipe! Use Guinness Extra Stout as the Guinness draught here in the States is a bit weak.

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    March 9, 2015

    Thank you for this recipe, I have been looking for it ever since I tried it at a long lost Jamaican friends house many years ago over 16 years now in fact it made me go virile eyes close. I’m gonna try this again .

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