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What does 2-year-old eggnog taste like? The Show finds out

The Show brings you more holiday spirit, this time in the form of a traditional beverage.

We’re not so sure about the nog part, but we know for certain that our executive producer Amy Silverman includes quite a few eggs in her holiday eggnog.

She swears she’s not trying to kill us — but we weren’t so sure as we sat down to taste test the concoction that’s been brewing in the back of her refrigerator for the last two years. 

Silverman makes eggnog every year — and has for more than a decade. She brought three batches of Puerto Rican eggnog, which contains coconut, into the KJZZ studio recently: one from 2021, one from 2022 and one from 2023.

Hosts Mark Brodie and Lauren Gilger raised a glass in the second annual Show Eggnog Tasting

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Nate Boyle is an assistant producer for KJZZ's The Show. He is a recent graduate of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.During his time at ASU, Boyle held host positions at ASU’s student radio station, Blaze Radio. He also worked as an audio/video communication specialist for ASU’s College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, where he produced the college’s student-led podcast, the Buzz.Outside of his work as a producer, Boyle enjoys reading and taking the occasional ski trip.