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    Need a recipe for Orangepunch found in the Christmas markets

    Ann from Arizona
    Tue Feb 02, 2010 1:35 pm
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    I was in Austria and Germany for the Christmas markets and tried the Orange Punch. It was fantastic! Does anyone have a recipe for it so that I can try to duplicate it at home?
    Pets'R'us
    Tue Feb 02, 2010 4:15 pm
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    Ann from Arizona
    Tue Feb 02, 2010 6:10 pm
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    Thanks for your listing of zaar recipes. I found nothing there that resembled what I'm looking for.

    The punch I'm looking for has orange and lemon juices, different varieties of rums and liqueurs. It has a 50% alcohol content and is made into a base that is diluted with about 4 parts of hot water to 1 part "punsch" before you drink it. It is out of this world and is available during the Advent season in Germany and Austria as a way to warm up during the cold weather. Guess I will have to back to Salzburg and buy some base from the Sporer family. They sell their base from an old 80 year old family recipe. All of the punsches sold in the Christmas markets are from family recipes.

    Thanks again...guess I will have to keep on looking...
    BecR
    Wed Feb 03, 2010 3:10 pm
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    Ann from Arizona
    Sat Feb 06, 2010 6:36 am
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    Thanks for the recipe. This is much closer to what I'm looking for. The punsch recipe I'm looking for doesn't have wine in it. I think I can probably tweak this some and get a satisfactory result. Thank you again for your detective work.
    BecR
    Sat Feb 06, 2010 10:22 am
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    You are most welcome! I hope you enjoy! icon_biggrin.gif
    HeatherFeather
    Mon Feb 08, 2010 2:51 pm
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    Here is a step by step guide to homemade Orangenpunsch base with photos:

    http://www.firstbreeze.com/TI-Privatordner/Blogs/Koch-Banausen/2008/orangenpunsch-selber-machen/

    I can translate if you need help, let me know.
    BecR
    Mon Feb 08, 2010 3:22 pm
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    Hi Heather! wave.gif

    Thanks for posting the recipe--I had fun reading through it and translating it for myself in my rusty German. : )

    Great site, too, I've bookmarked it--thanks!!!

    I hope you post the recipe here on RZ, for other's to enjoy too!

    Cheers icon_biggrin.gif icon_biggrin.gif Becky

    p.s. The recipe in your link for Orangepunch mentions using cinnamon blossoms--something I have never heard of.
    Will have to look that one up! icon_lol.gif

    Here you go (click on link)

    http://www.thespicehouse.com/spices/cassia-buds
    Ann from Arizona
    Mon Feb 08, 2010 5:16 pm
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    Thank you Heather! I found a couple of punsch recipes on that site. Google has a translator that helps me to understand the German websites so I'm able to figure them out pretty well. I am going to bookmark this site. It's a keeper!!! I appreciate your help!!!
    HeatherFeather
    Mon Feb 08, 2010 7:05 pm
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    If you try the recipe and want to post your version, please feel free. I try to only post recipes I have personally tasted/made to the database unless it is something from my pile of clippings/etc at home that I can't just link to someone. I don't drink much alcohol so I don't see me making this any time soon, even though i would taste it if I were at a holiday event or something back in Germany.

    I never had the orange type before - I preferred a type made with heated cherry juice that they served in the Bonn area (where I lived).
    Molly53
    Tue Feb 09, 2010 8:56 am
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    Ann from Arizona wrote:
    Thanks for your listing of zaar recipes. I found nothing there that resembled what I'm looking for.

    The punch I'm looking for has orange and lemon juices, different varieties of rums and liqueurs. It has a 50% alcohol content and is made into a base that is diluted with about 4 parts of hot water to 1 part "punsch" before you drink it. It is out of this world and is available during the Advent season in Germany and Austria as a way to warm up during the cold weather. Guess I will have to back to Salzburg and buy some base from the Sporer family. They sell their base from an old 80 year old family recipe. All of the punsches sold in the Christmas markets are from family recipes.

    Thanks again...guess I will have to keep on looking...
    Feuerzangenbowle (Burnt Punch, Traditional German Beverage)
    French Tart
    Thu Feb 11, 2010 5:48 am
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    Molly53 wrote:
    Ann from Arizona wrote:
    Thanks for your listing of zaar recipes. I found nothing there that resembled what I'm looking for.

    The punch I'm looking for has orange and lemon juices, different varieties of rums and liqueurs. It has a 50% alcohol content and is made into a base that is diluted with about 4 parts of hot water to 1 part "punsch" before you drink it. It is out of this world and is available during the Advent season in Germany and Austria as a way to warm up during the cold weather. Guess I will have to back to Salzburg and buy some base from the Sporer family. They sell their base from an old 80 year old family recipe. All of the punsches sold in the Christmas markets are from family recipes.

    Thanks again...guess I will have to keep on looking...
    Feuerzangenbowle (Burnt Punch, Traditional German Beverage)


    Yes, that is a GREAT recipe Molly, icon_biggrin.gif icon_biggrin.gif as Thorsten (an old Zaar friend of mine who is not on zaar now) is German, so that will be 100% authentic! Saved! icon_biggrin.gif icon_biggrin.gif
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