The tradition of Swedish Punsch dates as far back as the early 17th century, when sailors of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) began infusing Batavia Arrack with sugar and spice to create punch. By the turn of the 20th century, Swedish Punsch was bottled and found its way to America, where it became an essential ingredient in numerous classic cocktails. However, its popularity faded when Prohibition was established, and it soon disappeared from the market. Created from sugar cane spirits from the East and West Indies, Kronan Swedish Punsch offers a rich, full-bodied palate with complex notes of toffee, smoke, molasses and leather. Although Swedish tradition calls for the liqueur to be warmed and enjoyed with pea soup, outside of Sweden it is typically enjoyed on the rocks or in a variety of classic cocktails.
|title||Kronan Swedish Punsch Liqueuer|
|Product Group||Alcoholic Beverage|