Tom and Jerry Punch

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Tom and Jerry Punch

Warm, spiced, and comforting

  • Egg 3 -
  • Powdered Sugar 3 tbsp
  • Ground Allspice 1/2 tsp
  • Ground Cinnamon 1/2 tsp
  • Ground Cloves 1/2 tsp
  • Brandy - -
  • Dark Rum - -
  • Hot Coffee - -
  • Grated Nutmeg - -

Any Glass of your Choice

Tom and Jerry Punch
tom and jerry punch is a popular Vodka cocktail containing a combinations of Egg,Powdered Sugar,Ground Allspice,Ground Cinnamon,Ground Cloves,Brandy,Dark Rum,Hot Coffee,Grated Nutmeg .Served using Any Glass of your Choice

Tom and Jerry Punch Ingredients

Egg,Powdered Sugar,Ground Allspice,Ground Cinnamon,Ground Cloves,Brandy,Dark Rum...

Tom and Jerry Punch Recipe

Beat egg whites to a stiff froth. Separately beat egg yolks until light in color, gradually add the powdered sugar and spices. Fold yolk mixture into whites. Divide mixture between four 8 oz. mugs. Add 1/2 shot brandy and 1 shot rum to each mug, fill with hot beverage(coffee, can also try water or milk). Stir well and top with nutmeg.

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  • Egg

    Eggs are used to add viscosity and mouthfeel to cocktails, sour cocktails like Whisky Sour, tastes the best when made with added egg white. Egg whites create a creamy texture and a thick layer of foam on top of a cocktail. While unlike using just the white, adding the yolk adds a bit of a flavour to the drink, it helps emulsify the other ingredients and adds the eggnog flavour to your cocktail.
    To get the silk smooth texture and mouthfeel and the foamy head without weakening the drink by melting the ice from too long shaking, which is needed to break the proteins of the egg white to froth up, dry shake the ingredients first, that is, pour all ingredients and the egg white in your shaker and shake hard without ice first, for about a minute and then add ice and shake again.

  • Ground Allspice

    Allspice is a berry, it’s the dried brown berry of the tropical Pimenta dioica tree, it was imported from the West Indies and Central America to Europe and in the 17the Century it got its name Allspice since it’s taste is a combination of clove, cinnamon and nutmeg.

  • Ground Cinnamon

    Cinnamon is a very popular spice used world over, obtained from the inner bark of the trees of the genus Cinnamomum. Cinnamon is used in a wide variety of cuisines, sweets, breads and tea and is a dominant flavour in Cola too. Cinnamon trees are grown for two years befiore harvesting them by cutitng the stems at ground level, leaving stumps of trunks from where new shoots grow back and the tree growns again. The cut down stems are immediately processed, the outer bark is scraped off and the stem is beaten evenly with a hammer to loosen the inner bark which is then pried off in long rolls, dried and cut into pieces for sale.
    Both Cinnamon Sticks and Cinnamon Powder is used in cocktails to add that sweet and woody flavour to the drink. Alternatively if you are not comfortable with the Powder and the recipe doesn't explicitly asks for Cinnamon Powder you can use a drop of Cinnamon Oil instead.
    Note: Cinnamon Leaf Oil has a musky and spicy scent, and a light-yellow tinge that distinguishes it from the red-brown color of cinnamon bark oil Cinnamon leaf oil is lighter, cheaper and ideal for regular use. Although cocktail creation is an art and you can experiment with both.

  • Ground Cloves

    Cloves are flower buds of the evergreen clove tree ( Syzygium Aromaticum ) native to the Maluku Islands in Indonesia. Clove is now grown in many countries and is available year round like most exotic spices that were once exclusive to trade routes across the seas. Found in both ground and whole forms. This aromatic spice can be used to season roasts and curries, and flavour hot beverages, and in cocktails, cloves can add a spicy warmth to the drink.

  • Brandy

    Brandy, simply put, is a distilled wine. It is categorised under Distilled Alcoholic Beverages along with Whiskey, Rum, Gin, Vodka and Tequila, but it's in a way a cross connection between Fermented liquor and distilled liquor. A Brandy typically containts 35% to 60% Alcohol by Volume ( 70-120 US proof ) and is usually consumed as an after dinner digestif.

    Although Brandy is generally classified as a liquor produced by distilling wine, in a broader sense, this encompasses liquors obtained from the distillation of either pomace ( the soild remains of grapes after mashing and extraction of juice for wine making ) or fruit mash or wine.

    It may be noted that Brandy like Gin is also one of the original Water of Life or eau de vie, carried over from the medieval tradition of an aquaous solution of ethanol used as a medicine.

    The history of Brandy is closely tied to the development of commercial distillation in and around the 15th Century. In early 15th Century French Brandy made way for a new cross-Atlantic trade or Triangle Trade and replaced Portuguese Fortified Wine or Port from the central role it played in trade, mostly due to the higher alcohol content of the Brandy and ease of transport. However by the late 17th Century, Rum replaced Brandy as the exchange alcohol of choice in the Triangle Trade. More info on Wikipedia for the interested Brandy aficionados. Note that an Apricot Brandy can refer to the liquor (or Eau de Vie, Water of Life) distilled from fermented apricot juice or a liqueur made from apricot flesh and kernels.

  • Dark Rum

    Dark Rums have molasses as their main ingredient, the dark liquor has a full bodied flavour of spices and caramel and is a favourite drink with Cola and is part of so many cocktails.

    The term Dark Rum is not a legal definition but it generally refers to any rum that is dark brown in appearance due to ageing or from additional molasses or caramel.

    The colour of Dark Rum varies from Gold to Black, depending on the years of ageing in the vat.

  • Hot Coffee

    Coffee or roasted coffee beans brewed in hot water, is the most popular drink that probably competes only with tea in the non-alocholic beverages category. Coffee being a rich source of caffeine it can help the human body overcome fatigue and improve physical performance and also lower risks of several conditions like Type II Diabetes, Cancer and Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease.
    Coffee liqueur is a popular and brands like Kahlua and Tia Maria are regulars in cocktails, but often brewed non alcoholic coffee is used in cocktails too, hot black coffee with Rum and whipped cream is what makes a Troical Coffee Cocktail for you, and being a caffeine rich liquid, it is a strange combination with alcohol since it tends to interact with the body and do just the opposite of what alcohol does, that it, tries to keep you alert and awake.


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