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  • Around the World in a Punch Bowl 5 Big-Batch Drinks for Festive Parties The Global Punch Bowl
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    This year, when you gather with your family and friends to celebrate the season, grab that punch bowl from the bottom shelf because nothing turns a get-together into a party like a good holiday punch. But punch shouldn't begin and end at eggnog — many cultures and cuisines claim a delicious take on Christmas punch. We asked some friends of Kitchn to share their punch traditions so this season you can serve your family and friends with flavors from all around the world. From the creamy, coconutty flavors of a Puerto Rican coquito to the mulled wine famous in Germany, there's a party-ready punch in here for every type of holiday celebration. So join us! Raise a glass and cheers to the holiday season!
  • Around the World in a Punch Bowl 5 Big-Batch Drinks for Festive Parties The Global Punch Bowl
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    This year, when you gather with your family and friends to celebrate the season, grab that punch bowl from the bottom shelf because nothing turns a get-together into a party like a good holiday punch. But punch shouldn't begin and end at eggnog — many cultures and cuisines claim a delicious take on Christmas punch. We asked some friends of Kitchn to share their punch traditions so this season you can serve your family and friends with flavors from all around the world. From the creamy, coconutty flavors of a Puerto Rican coquito to the mulled wine famous in Germany, there's a party-ready punch in here for every type of holiday celebration. So join us! Raise a glass and cheers to the holiday season!
  • Recipe German Glühwein
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    When it comes to holiday drinking, eggnog is only the beginning. Many cultures and cuisines proudly claim a Christmas punch and this week we're bringing you The Global Punch Bowl with five festive punches, each with a story of their own. Look to the people who survive winters with only a few hours of sunlight each day for the coziest and most heart-warming holiday drinks. The answer, according to Germans, Swedes, Norwegians, Finns, and Danes? Mulled wine. There are different regional variations, and the recipe itself is always more of a guideline than a rulebook. This recipe is for the German Glühwein, which literally translates to glow-wine, because of how you feel after you've been drinking tiny mugs outside in December. Germans tend to keep it pretty basic, but you can experiment and add cardamom, vanilla, ginger, or even black pepper. In the Nordic countries, they add blanched almonds and raisins to their gløgg!
  • Recipe Jamaican Sorrel Punch
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    When it comes to holiday drinking, eggnog is only the beginning. Many cultures and cuisines proudly claim a Christmas punch and this week we're bringing you The Global Punch Bowl with five festive punches, each with a story of their own. It takes time to realize the importance of some traditions and flavors in your life. That's how I feel about sorrel punch, the drink my dad always insisted we make at Christmas, even though we very rarely got around to it. But whenever we visited family and friends during the holidays, sorrel punch was there, homemade and served from saved bottles of Wray & Nephew or in overly opulent fake crystal bowls. 'Tis the season, right? This drink, made from dried hibiscus flowers, is a traditional punch served around Christmas in Jamaica. It's tart and tangy and mixes up to a stunning shade of deep magenta. I like to add allspice and a few scrapes of nutmeg to the punch to bring some warmth to its slightly sour flavor. In a perfect world, sorrel punch is enjoyed with rum cake, a dark and moist version of fruit cake made boozy from soaking it in strong Jamaican rum.
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