It used to be in my country at least, that you were allowed to taste and drink some alcohol when you were growing up, I remember drinking Stout with Condensed Milk when I was 15, I always love it and made it last week to celebrate our country Independence Day.
Of course, as kids, our favorite part was eating the leftover condensed milk.
You do need a blender to make it, and all ingredients must be very cold. It’s never served over ice, but I guess you could do it too.
Be aware that the Colombian Malta is sweet, we don’t have that in Chile, don’t use it in this recipe because the result will be overwhelmingly sweet.
Condensed milk is a staple on the Chilean pantry, use for drinks, to drizzle over fruit or to cooked and make dulce de leche.
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Stout with Condensed Milk, Chilean Drink
- 1 bottle (550 ml) of Stout or Malta (don’t use the sugar added kind)
- 1/2 cup condensed milk
- Put everything in the blender and blend until it is well mixed, add more condensed milk to taste if you wish.
- Serve immediately with ice if you want.