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J_Ozzy

J_Ozzy


mispelled Fish House, of course

yes, aged peach brandy (suitable for 19th century recipes) unfortunately carries a significant niche price premium.
If you're looking for a viable substitute for something like Fish House Punch, a high-quality apricot / peach liqueur will get you close, with the appropriate modifications to balance sweetness.

J_Ozzy

J_Ozzy


mispelled Fish House, of course

yes, aged peach brandy (suitable for 19th century recipes) unfortunately carries a significant niche price premium.
If you're looking for a viable substitute for something like Fish House Punch, a high-quality apricot liqueur will get you close.

J_Ozzy

J_Ozzy

yes, aged peach brandy (suitable for 19th century recipes) unfortunately carries a significant niche price premium.
If you're looking for a viable substitute for something like Fishhouse Punch, a high-quality apricot liqueur will get you close.

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