Cherry punch

Cherry punch
Preparation time
30 mins
Cooking time
40 mins
Difficulty
easy
Serves
8 people
Desert

Cherry punch

The name of the drink, “Punch” has come to us from the ancient Indian language. “Punch” means “five” – ​​is as necessary ingredients are present in the traditional recipe. This drink came to Europe from India. For the first time the name “punch” will meet in the British newspapers in the early XVII century. The first blow was the basis of different spirits – brandy, beer or wine. But after the discovery of Jamaica in 1655, she became the main component of the Roma.

Today is called Punch Almost any drink (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic as well), containing fruit or fruit juice. The recipe of its preparation, there are many. The beverage may be a variety of ingredients such as honey, tea, brandy. The stamp making ice-cooling, and hot winter. The main thing – it is not recommended to heat it above 60-70 ° C, otherwise the taste can not change for the better.

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Ingredients

  • 10 g Vanilla syrup
  • 50 ml Cherry juice
  • 15 g Cherry
  • 15 g Almond syrup
  • 50 ml Rum
  • 60 ml Prosecco wine
  • 25 ml Lemon juice

Instructions

  1. Mix ingredients in a shaker (except Prosecco).
  2. In a glass put the pieces of ice, cherries and pour cocktail shaker. Top up with prosecco and stir with a spoon. Serve with dried cherries and almonds.
Cherry punch
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2 comments

  1. zouhair Fiorino Наджар said on April 5, 2016
    Hi, in general i like all your recipes and post them to my social media accounts. with regard to Hummus recipe , sorry i do not see that it match the original Syrian / Lebanese recipe. I believe that you can find more accredit recipe.. thank you
    1. legenrecipes said on April 5, 2016
      Hello! We are very thankful to you for your attention to our website. We really appreciate all the compliments and constructive criticism, which we Express by the visitors to our website. We are always trying to be attentive to requests from our readers. We're often asked about the recipes of Eastern cuisine. So it happened with this recipe. We have been asked to post this recipe more accessible and adapted to European cuisine. So this recipe differs from the original Lebanese recipe.