National Punch Day
Punch is a punch that comes from a large variety of beverages, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic. The colorful, bubbly drink sparkles with party spirit, thanks to a blend of fruit juice and a carbonated beverage. In fact, parties, marriages, and other commemorations make for a punch bowl as part of the beverage table's centerpiece. Punch bowls with large wide bowls make a stunning vessel for serving punch.
Punch made its first appearance in the early 17th century. The drink is believed to have been invented by sailors en route to England via India. Punch quickly grew in fame and soon extended to other nations.
The word punch is a loan word from Hindi panch (meaning five). Punch was made with five ingredients: alcohol, sugar, lemon, water, and tea or spices. It was called paantsch.
Today, soft drink manufacturers produce many varieties of "fruit punch" beverages. Most punch mixes are red in color. However, despite the name, they only contain a small amount of fruit juice. The key ingredients are sugar, corn syrup, citric acid, and artificial flavors.
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Make a toast with some punch and make a toast! Thousands of punch recipes make the beverage versatile and quick to make. Recipe books and online. Be sure to post your favorites, too! To post on social media, use the hashtag #NationalPunchDay.
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