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Nowadays it is becoming more common punch Fruity.
In the recipe of our Punch Mandarin we select the fruits with great care to get a punch full of tradition, with a deep and gently fruity taste, perfect to enjoy with friends, to warm you up and bring panache on cold winter days.
Sophisticated, alcoholic, ideal as a digestive, Punch Holy Spirit will surprise you with a pleasant citrus heat explosion.
Indispensable serve hot!
Ingredients: hydrated alcohol, sugar, coloring agents (E110, E122), natural flavors.
Alcohol content: 30%
Apparently the term "punch" should its origin to a Sanskrit word meaning "five" (the Indo-European root is the same as the Latin "quinque" and greek "repents"), as such products would have been discovered by the British colonizers in India, and consisted of five basic ingredients (tea, sugar, cinnamon, lemon and brandy).
This drink was brought to England from India in the early seventeenth century to about sailors and workers of the British East India Company. Later it was introduced in other European countries. The punch, generally, has a lower alcohol content compared to normal cocktails. The word "punch" is recorded for the first time in some British documents of 1632.
At that time, almost all were type Wassail punch, made with a base of wine or brandy. But around 1655, it passed to the use of Jamaican rum punch that is still present "modern".
Santo Spirito aroma d’Abruzzo
Santo Spirito aroma d'Abruzzo is an artisan vocation company, natural for quality, and traditional for recipes, it is distinguished for the excellence of taste of its products. The choice of the brand, the hermitage of Santo Spirito a Maiella in Abruzzo, is the expression of the essence of our land: simple, cozy and full of spirituality.
The quality of Santo Spirito aroma d'Abruzzo comes from the tradition and the passion to create Liquors. Even today in the Sanro Spirito’s cellars some of the old recipes handed down by the Friars, come to life in the typical tradition of Abruzzo.
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