Smoking Bishop

Smoking Bishop

This is a warming Christmas drink, perfect for chilly nights on the campsite

10 mins
preparation
45 mins
cooking
4
servings
ALI RAY
The Smoking Bishop was popular with the Victorians and even mentioned by Dicken’s in A Christmas Carol. The ‘smoking’ part refers to the wisp of steam rising from the bowl it’s made in. Original recipes state you shouldn’t let it boil lest you evaporate any of the alcohol. ALI RAY

Recipe by ALI RAY

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