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


hair sieve. Take out what is wanted for present use, and bottle off the remainder. NORFOLK MILK PUNCH. · Cut the peeling of six Seville oranges and 11ix lemons extremely thin. Pound it in a stone mortar. Add thereto a pint of brandy, and let it remain about six hours ; then squeeze the juice of six Seville oranges and eight lemons into it. Stir it well, and pour. into it three more pints of brandy, three pints of rum, and three quarts of water. Make two quarts of skimmed milk boiling hot ; "grate a nutmeg into it ; mix it gradu– ally with the other ingredients ; add a suffi– cient quantity of fine loaf sugar to sweeten it, (about two pounds.) Stir it tiU the sugar is dissolved. Let the mixture stand twelve hours, then strain it through a flannel bag till it is quite clear. It is then fit for use. It has been said, that if this P.unch is bot– tled off and well corked, it wiJl keep in any climate, and for any length of time.

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