The history of Brandy Horchata cocktail is a very interesting subject. The drink was initially served at the now-defunct Spanish restaurant, Paella. In the 1930s, the drink made its debut as a top-shelf cocktail in Havana, Cuba, as a variant of the Cuban Mojito. It became popular during the 1990s for its light and refreshing taste. It is a classic summer cocktail that can be made both at home or by ordering it at the bar. People have been drinking it as an after-dinner drink ever since.
1½ ounces RumChata
1½ ounces brandy (any type or flavor)
Freshly grated nutmeg for garnish
1. Fill a rocks glass with ice.
2. Add the RumChata and brandy. Stir.
3. Garnish with the nutmeg.