Fish House Punch
The Fish House Punch is one of the true classic drinks that has stood the test of time. Rum, Cognac, and peach brandy form the majority of the drink and, though the combination has a great taste, it is a potent one.

The interesting name refers to its origin at the Schuylkill Fishing Company (aka Fish House Club) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The establishment was (and is) a private club dating back to the Revolutionary War as a place for fishermen to gather, eat, and drink. During that time individual cocktails were almost nonexistent and the punch was the customary way to drink with friends. (Spirits/Cocktails)