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cold Duck

Cold Duck (GB)

Name for an alcoholic punch which are essentially off Wine and sparkling wine consists. The drink was served after dinner as an alternative to hot mocha and therefore called "cold end". The name "cold duck" was created by corruption. According to legend, Clemens Wenzeslaus (1739-1812), the last Elector of Trier, was the inventor of this punching special form. In the evening, on the terrace of the Koblenzer Schloss, he left a bottle at a banquet on a whim Moselle-, Rhine wine and champagne pour together and season with lemon and lemon balm. According to today's recipe, wine is at least 25% Perlwein or sparkling wine mixed and lemon juice, lemon balm, vanilla and something sugar given to it. The cold duck is cooled with ice cubes and served cold as a name. She is also marketed ready bottled. Harold Borgman, owner of Pontchartrain Wine Cellars in Detroit ( Michigan ) brought the cold duck under the translation Cold Duck in 1937 to the USA. The white wine he replaced by California red wine, A special wine vessel is also called "Cold Duck"; see below carafe, See also other drinks below wine-based drinks. wine mixed drinks and special wines,

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