planter's punch
noun Date: 1924 a punch of rum, lime or lemon juice, sugar, water, and sometimes bitters

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  • planter's punch — n. [prob. because served by planters (see PLANTER, sense 1)] a chilled drink made of rum, lemon or lime juice, and sugar …   English World dictionary

  • Planter’s Punch — Ein Planter’s Punch (Planter = Pflanzer, Plantagenarbeiter; Punch = Faustschlag, Hieb aber auch Punsch) ist kein Punsch, wie der Name nahelegt, sondern ein Cocktail. Er erinnert an die Plantagenbesitzer im Süden der Vereinigten Staaten. Ein… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Planter's Punch — WPMIXInfobox iba = yes ibalink = name = Planter s Punch caption = Planter s Punch type = Punch flaming = garnish = drinkware = ingredients = * 2 oz. Dark Rum * 2 oz. Orange juice * 2 oz. Pineapple juice * 1/2 oz. Lime juice * Dash grenadine *… …   Wikipedia

  • Planter's Punch — Ein Planter s Punch (Planter = Pflanzer, Plantagenarbeiter; Punch = Faustschlag, Hieb aber auch Punsch) ist kein Punsch, wie der Name nahelegt, sondern ein Cocktail. Er erinnert an die Plantagenbesitzer im Süden der USA. Ein wichtiger Bestandteil …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • planter's punch — noun a cocktail made of rum and lime or lemon juice with sugar and sometimes bitters • Hypernyms: ↑cocktail • Substance Meronyms: ↑rum * * * ˌplanter s ˈpunch 7 noun uncountable …   Useful english dictionary

  • planter's punch — plant′er s punch′ n. vin a punch made with rum, lime juice, sugar, and water or soda • Etymology: 1840–50 …   From formal English to slang

  • planter's punch — a punch made with rum, lime juice, sugar, and water or soda. [1840 50] * * * …   Universalium

  • planter's punch — /plæntəz ˈpʌntʃ/ (say plantuhz punch) noun any of various rum based cocktails, often with citrus juice, grenadine, and soda water …   Australian English dictionary

  • planter's punch — noun a cocktail containing rum, lemon or lime juice, and sugar …   English new terms dictionary

  • planter — (n.) one who sows seeds, late 14c., agent noun from PLANT (Cf. plant) (v.). Mechanical sense by 1850. Meaning proprietor of a cultivated estate in W.Indies or southern colonies of N.America is from 1640s, hence planter s punch (1924). Meaning a… …   Etymology dictionary

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