From the Maker:
• Official David Wondrich "DW" Monogram on base
• Edamus bibamus gaudeamus. Post mortem nulla voluptas.
• Robert Sayer's "The Last Drop" (1773) Black Decal
• White Stoneware
• Dishwasher safe
• 1 Gal (3.79L) Punch Bowl
• 4.5in (11.4cm) height x 11in (28cm) diameter
Boxed and ready to be gifted.
Charles Dickens Punch
- 3/4 cup sugar (preferably demerara)
- 3 lemons
- 2 cups pineapple rum
- 1 1/4 cups cognac (preferably Courvoisier VSOP)
- 5 cups black tea (or hot water)
In the basin of an enameled cast-iron pot or heatproof bowl, add sugar and the peels of three lemons. Rub lemons and sugar together to release citrus oils. For more greater infusion, let sit for 30 minutes. Add rum and cognac to the sugar and citrus. Light a match, and, using a heatproof spoon (stainless steel is best), pick up a spoonful of the spirit mix. Carefully bring the match to the spoon to light. Carefully bring the lit spoon to the spirits in the bowl. Let the spirits burn for about three minutes. The fire will melt the sugar and extract the oil from the lemon peels. Extinguish the bowl by covering it with a heatproof pan or tray. Skim off the lemon peels (leaving them too long in may impart a bitter flavor). Squeeze in the juice of the three peeled lemons, and add hot tea or water. Cool punch in the refrigerator and, when cooled, add ice. Garnish with citrus wheels and grated nutmeg. Ladle into individual glasses.
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