It's the mooooooooost wonderful tiiiiiiiiime, of the yeeeeeeear! Listen, we're not trying to erase Thanksgiving, we love eating ourselves into a coma and fighting with our racist relatives as much as the next person. But we should all know by now that retail operates on a different plane than we do, so the Christmas stuff is already out in full force even though Halloween stuff just came down! Even if you reserve your holiday spirit for after Thanksgiving, it's hard to ignore all of the amazing decor and gift ideas online and in stores. And it's nearly impossible to ignore the food and beverage selections that are slowly being rolled out. Costco, our favorite warehouse superstore, is always a great place to find stuff you didn't think you needed but obviously can't live without. And as we round the corner into the holiday season, you definitely can't live without the rather large bottle of boozy eggnog they're selling.
You're looking at 1.5 liters of traditional eggnog, with a kick! Of course, if you're an eggnog fan, you know that it's usually served with some sort of alcohol in it. But honestly, who has time to make their own? Costco knows we're all busy people with busy lives, so they just went and premixed it for us, and put it in a bottle that is double the size we thought we needed. We're not mad about it, though.
The Kirkland Traditional Holiday Eggnog Wine Cocktail was brought to our attention by the amazing IG account, @costcobuys. As we mentioned, it's a whopping 1.5 liters of the creamy stuff, and clocks in at 13.9% alcohol by volume, which packs quite the punch. One or two glasses of this stuff will give you the liquid courage you need to finally tell your nosy aunt that you have no intention of marrying your live-in partner. Also? It's only $8.99. So stock up.
Not a fan of eggnog? Costco has you covered, too. This adorable and festive mini-keg of Breckenrigdge Christmas Ale has been spotted at some Costco locations, so you can grab one for your holiday party or for the night you finally decide to start wrapping some presents. At $14.99 for 5 liters, you really can't go wrong.