Fish House Punch

Created in the American colony, and later sovereign state, of Schuylkill (pronounced Skoo-kull) in what is now Pennsylvania in 1732. The main draw was a club called the Schuylkill Fishing Company where everyone fished, ate and drank. Fish House Punch was enjoyed there by the likes of George Washington and the Marquis de Lafayette.

The original recipe makes enough for an entire bowl. This is the reduced version for 2 drinks.

Fish House PunchPunch Bowl

4 oz Jamaican Rum (Appleton Estate works well)
2 oz brandy
½ oz peach brandy
½ oz maraschino liqueur
2 oz green tea
1 oz lemon juice
1oz powdered sugar
1 split of champagne

Combine all ingredients except champagne in a mason jar and let brew for a few hours. Pour into Collins glasses filled with ice. Add a splash of champagne and stir.

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