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Punch (non-alcoholic)

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Non-alcoholic Punch generally contains fruit such as lemons, oranges, kiwi, apples, strawberries or fruit juice. The drink was introduced from India to England in the early seventeenth century; from there its use spread to other countries. Punch is typically served at parties in large, wide bowls, known as punch bowls.

Today, soft drink manufacturers distribute many types of "fruit punch" beverages. These are usually red colored drinks. Despite the name, most brands contain only a small fraction of actual fruit juice, the majority of the flavor comes from sugar or corn syrup, citric acid, and artificial flavors.

Hawaiian Punch and Kool-Aid contain no alcohol. These may be used as drink mixers in cocktails.


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References

Punch (drink) , en.wikipedia.org

Sparkling Punch , allrecipes.com

10 Non-Alcoholic Punch Recipes For Your Party , hubpages.com