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  • In Germany, there's an extreme ritual called Feuerzangenbowle, in which a rum-soaked sugar cone is set ablaze and drips into the simmering wine.

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  • During the memorial, friends honored Mr. Pfundstein by sipping Feuerzangenbowle, a traditional German drink made by setting fire to a rum-soaked sugar loaf and letting the liquid drip into a bowl of mulled wine.

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  • Feuerzangenbowle, an explosive Christmas cocktail from Germany, is also strictly speaking a punch.


  • Drunk chemistry students in Professor Crey 's lass in 'Die Feuerzangenbowle' (1944) | This movie was released as a 'distraction' to war time Germany


  • Feuerzangenbowle is a punch on which a rum soaked sugar cone is suspended and when lit afire melts into the punch below.

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  • a German bowl of flaming sugarloaf christmas drink

    from wikipedia "The name translates literally to fire-tongs punch. "

    December 8, 2017