Horse & Carriage Punch
Naren Young oversees the gin-rich bar menu at Madame Geneva’s, a dimly-lit shrine to gin in Manhattan’s East Village. Punches are the easiest way to deliver your holiday party a payload with a minimum of fuss. Historically, gin has been the the most common and versatile base for punches, and Young continues the legacy with the Horse & Carriage Punch, a deceptively delicious combination of chamomile tea, elderflower liqueur, and citrus, with a base of Beefeater 24, chosen for its special grapefruit and tea botanicals.
• 6 oz Beefeater 24 London Dry Gin
• 3 oz Combier Triple Sec
• 3 oz St. Germain elderflower liqueur
• 6 oz lemon juice
• 10 oz cold chamomile tea
• 4 tbsp citrus sugar (Zest rind from a grapefruit, a lemon, lime and orange into a bowl of sugar, let sit for a couple hours, stirring occasionally.)
Dissolve sugar into lemon juice. Add to other ingredients in a punchbowl. Add a block of ice and circles of lemons. Drop some pomegranate seeds onto lemons. Edible flower garnish optional.
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