Gogol-mogol is a dessert, the main components of which are beaten egg yolk and sugar . There are many variations of this drink: with the addition of wine , vanilla , rum  , bread , honey , cocoa , fruit and berry juices .
Etymology and origin
The Max Fasmer dictionary contains several versions of the origin of the name: from the English hoog-mug , hoogle-mugger , from the Polish kogel-mogel , from the German Kuddelmudel ( jumble )  .
Germans attribute the invention of the cocktail to the German pastry chef Manfred Köckenbauer. There is a legend telling about the cantor from Mogilyov (“Mogilya”) by the name of Gogel, who lost his voice and came up with such a recipe to cure his throat. In another version of the same legend, Countess Bronislava Pototskaya of Great Svorotva is present, who somewhat modernized the recipe, replacing the bread with honey, and renamed it from "google grave" to "eggnog". 
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