Milk with brandy, citrus and spices (Moxon 1764)
Original Receipt in 'English Housewifry' by Elizabeth Moxon, 1764 (Moxon 1764)
334. To make MILK PUNCH.
Take two quarts of old milk, a quart of good brandy, the juice of six lemons or oranges, whether you please, and about six ounces of loaf sugar, mix them altogether and drop them thro' a jelly bag; take off the peel of two of the lemons or oranges, and put it into your bag, when it is run off bottle it; 'twill keep as long as you please.
335. To make MILK PUNCH another Way.
Take three jills of water, a jill of old milk, and a jill of brandy, sweeten it to your taste; you must not put any acid into this for it will make it curdle.
This is a cooling punch to drink in a morning.
336. To make PUNCH another Way.
Take five pints of boiling water and one quart of brandy, add to it the juice of four lemons or oranges, and about six ounces of loaf sugar; when you have mixed it together strain it thro' a hair sieve or cloth, and put into your bowl the peel of a lemon or orange.
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