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Amber and bright in colour. Aromas of orange and vanilla, with hints of spice and almond notes. A sweet and intense flavour… the essence of Ponche Caballero!
1 bt Vina Alarde Reserva 2004, 1 bt Vina Alarde Gran Reserva 2001, 1 bt Campo Viejo Gran Reserva 1995, 1 bt Bordon Gran Reserva 1995, 1 bt Don Balbino Reserva 1994, 1 bt Bordon Reserva 1994, 1 bt Campo Viejo Reserva 1994, 1 bt Berberana Vina Alarde Gran Reserva 1994, 1 bt Campo Viejo Gran Reserva 1994, 1 bt Marques de Riscal Gran Reserva 1994, 1 bt Berberana 1991, 1 bt Campo Viejo Gran Reserva 1991
Ponche, which is the Spanish word for Punch, is original from ancient Persia, where a similar drink was elaborated. It was called “panj” – meaning five – in reference to the number of ingredients used: brandy, sugar, lemon, water and tea.
Through India the Punch then got into the hands of the East India Company, who introduced it to the British colonies in the early seventeenth century.
During the eighteenth century Punch consumption spread throughout the Western world and its recipe was adjusted to local tastes in each country, varying the type of alcohol and spices used in its elaboration. Punch quickly established itself as a drink for celebrations and special occasions.