A Jerry Thomas single serve punch with Curaçao (AKA Curaçoa Punch)
Shake with shaved or crushed ice and garnish with fruits as you see fit. Serve with a straw.
Another version popularized by Ted Haigh uses 2 oz Curaçao, 1 oz rum, and 1 oz brandy. For best historical accuracy, you can use Smith & Cross Rum, Pierre Ferrand 1840 Cognac, and PF Dry Curaçao.
From other users
- I find a full ounce of S&C can be a bit overwhelming, so I used a 1/2 oz and it worked out well. I have also seen a suggestion to use Coruba for the rum.
- Made the Ted Haigh variant with the S&C rum and the PF dry curacao. Fantastic drink that really shows off the Smith and Cross at its best.
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