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Dr. Frederick Douglass Opie

Professor of History and Foodways

Babson College

Direct Phone: (781) ***-****       

Email: f***@***.edu

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Babson College

231 Forest Street

Babson Park, Massachusetts 02457

United States

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A Brief History Of Eggnog... Its Past Is Stranger Than You Think [cached]

According to a food blog (which now appears to be defunct), written by Frederick Douglass Opie, a food history professor at Babson College, the drink originally was a wintertime drink for the British aristocracy.

Anyway, during the 1700?s, when colonists began drinking it, they started adding rum, which wasn't heavily taxed in the way that brandy and wine was, according to Opie, who also noted in his food blog that rum was easily accessible, since it was traded in the Caribbean.

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