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Charles Dickens's Punch

I have an admission to make: I paid very little attention to the ingredients in this punch when I selected it. I had to make it when I found that, instead of making an oleo-saccharum, the lemon peels and liquor are ignited. That's right: you get to light a bowl of booze on fire! (Insert Beavis and Butthead imitation here.) More

American Orange Punch

Punch is easy, economical, requires little-to-no bartending experience or special equipment, and tastes great. So great, in fact, that it can be hard to recognize just how booze-laden a great punch is—a glass of the American Orange Punch, for example, tastes suspiciously like a glass of orange-spiked sweet tea...despite the fact that it is almost wholly composed of cognac, rum, and sugar. More

Drink the Book: 'Punch' by David Wondrich

The modern experience of punch is generally restricted to Jungle Juice or one of its cousins. But punch, as a class of mixed drink, is the parent through which we have come to know the cocktail, cobbler, flip, sling, frappe, and more. Enter to win David Wondrich's wonderful book on the history of punch here. More

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