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punch (GB)
ponche (ES)
punch (F)

The name comes from the Hindi language (panca = five) and indicates that the classic drink was made from five parts (tea, alcohol. sugar, Fruits, water). English seafarers of the East India Company presumably brought the recipe in the 17th century India with after Europe, At that time it was in England as the favorite alcoholic drink of the conservative Tories. The English "punch" was subsequently in Germany known as "punch". Today is the hot punch Wine (mainly red wine ), Tea, arrack or rum, Lemon and / or orange juice, cloves and sugar. Eggnog is used to add eggs. The drink should not be heated to boiling until boiling Aroma and the alcohol to obtain. The ingredients and the recipes for punch (mostly served cold), grog. mulled wine and Jägertee are at least quite similar. See a listing of similarly prepared alcoholics below Mixed Drinks and wine-based drinks,

Punch - white wine and red wine glass
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