1827 Oxford night caps, a collection of receipts for making various beverages used in the university


RED PUNCH. Substitute port wine for white, and red currant jelly for calves-feet jelly ; in other respect11 the same as Oxford Punch. If drank in the summer, let it stand until it is cold, and then put it into a bucket of ice. ·Oare must be taken that the ice water does not get into the jug which contains this Punch. PUNCH ROYAL. Extract the juice from the peeling of a lemon, by rubbing loaf sugar on it. Pour one pint of boiling water on it. Add the juice of six lemons, one pint of rum, and a pint of port wine. Sweeten it to your taste, and it is fit for use. MILK PUNCH. Warm two quarts of water and one of new milk, then mix them well together, and sweeten it with a sufficient quan~ tity ofloaf sugar. Rub a few knobs of loaf sugar on the peeling of a lemon ; put them

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