Negus - 18th Century Port Punch
The year's end is upon us, the smell of wood smoke in the air, and hopefully, after you read this post, you'll soon have a soul-warming pot of Negus simmering on the stove.
Negus is an early-eighteenth century port punch flavored with lemon, sugar and aromatics. Claire is served an iced version in Written in my Own Heart’s Blood; served hot, it makes a deliciously sweet libation perfect for the holiday season.
If you prefer, print an image-free, b&w version of the recipe here.