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Much more than just a liquor

Ponche Caballero is unique, a genuine Spanish liqueur made from a secret recipe over 180 years old.

Amber and bright in colour. Aromas of orange and vanilla, with hints of spice and almond notes. A sweet and intense flavour… the essence of Ponche Caballero!

Enjoy it on the rocks, combined with soft drinks or use it as a basis for astonishing cocktails. Get seduced by Ponche Caballero and discover why it has become an icon.

Much more than just a liquor

Ponche Caballero is unique, a genuine Spanish liqueur made from a secret recipe over 180 years old.

Amber and bright in colour. Aromas of orange and vanilla, with hints of spice and almond notes. A sweet and intense flavour… the essence of Ponche Caballero!

Enjoy it on the rocks, combined with soft drinks or use it as a basis for astonishing cocktails. Get seduced by Ponche Caballero and discover why it has become an icon.

The best stories are the ones that hide a great secret

For more than 180 years now, Caballero has its own secret. And it is intense, sweet and spicy. Made with natural products arrived in El Puerto de Santa María (Southern Spain) from all over the world.

Join us on a route of flavour from Andalusia to Mexico, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Madagascar in search of the key botanicals that form the secret recipe of Ponche Caballero.

1-piel-naranja
Orange peel

The peel of the best Andalusian oranges gives us the perfect combination of sweetness and refreshing acidity.

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Cinammon

Collected in Sri Lanka, its sweet and heady fragrance made it as esteemed as gold in ancient China.

3-vainilla
Vanilla

Arriving from Mexico since the beginning of the sixteenth century when discovered by the Spanish conquerors, vanilla offers a subtle flavour and an unmistakable aroma.

4-Clavo
Clove

Original from Madagascar, cloves contribute to a pleasant aroma and slightly spicy flavour.

5-Nuez-moscada
Nutmeg

This spicy and aphrodisiac fruit is imported from the Moluccas Islands (Indonesia), adding a sweet and mild flavour.

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  • Orange peel

    The peel of the best Andalusian oranges gives us the perfect combination of sweetness and refreshing acidity.

    1-piel-naranja
  • Cinammon

    Collected in Sri Lanka, its sweet and heady fragrance made it as esteemed as gold in ancient China.

    2-canela
  • Vanilla

    Arriving from Mexico since the beginning of the sixteenth century when discovered by the Spanish conquerors, vanilla offers a subtle flavour and an unmistakable aroma.

    3-vainilla
  • Clove

    Original from Madagascar, cloves contribute to a pleasant aroma and slightly spicy flavour.

    4-Clavo
  • Nutmeg

    This spicy and aphrodisiac fruit is imported from the Moluccas Islands (Indonesia), adding a sweet and mild flavour.

    5-Nuez-moscada
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  • Caballero Aires del Sur
    Caballero
    Aires del Sur
    Ingredients
    • Ponche Caballero (60 ml)
    • Sherry Fino wine (15 ml)
    • Lemon juice (15 ml)
    • 1 white of the egg
    • 1 spoon of honey
    • 7-8 mint leaves
    • Ice
    • Soda
    • Aromatic bitter
    Preparation

    Shake Ponche Caballero, the lemon juice, the Fino wine, the white of the egg, the honey and some mint leaves vigorously with 3-4 ice cubes in a shaker. Pour into a coupette glass and add a top of soda. Garnish with mint leaves and 3-4 tears of bitter using a cocktail stick.

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  • Esencia_caballero
    Caballero
    Essence
    Ingredients
    • Ponche Caballero (125 ml)
    • 4-5 pieces of ice
    • 1 Orange slice
    Preparation

    Put ice cubes in a wide glass. Slide an orange slice around the edges of the glass and leave it inside. Fill with Ponche Caballero and enjoy.

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  • Caballero Cola
    Caballero
    Cola
    Ingredients
    • Ponche Caballero (75 ml)
    • Coca Cola (150 ml)
    • 3-4 pieces of ice
    • 1 Lemon slice
    Preparation

    Use a long glass with 3-4 cubes of ice inside. Pour Ponche Caballero followed by the soft drink into the glass and stir gently. Garnish with a slice of lemon.

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  • Caballero Ginger
    Caballero
    Ginger
    Ingredients
    • Ponche Caballero (75 ml)
    • Ginger Ale (150 ml)
    • 3-4 pieces of ice
    • 1 slice of lime
    Preparation

    Use a long glass with 3-4 cubes of ice inside. Pour Ponche Caballero followed by the Ginger Ale into the glass and stir gently. Garnish with a slice of lime.

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  • Caballero Sunrise
    Caballero
    Sunrise
    Ingredients
    • Ponche Caballero 75 ml)
    • Orange juice (150 ml)
    • 3 dashes of Grenadine syrup (15 ml)
    • 3-4 pieces of ice
    • 1 Orange twist
    Preparation

    Add the ingredients into a tall glass with 3-4 pieces of ice inside and stir gently with a spoon. Garnish with an orange twist.

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  • Caballero Cup
    Caballero
    Cup
    Ingredients
    • Ponche Caballero (75 ml)
    • Ginebra (25 ml)
    • Sprite or 7Up (125 ml)
    • Juice of half a lemon
    • 3-4 pieces of ice
    • 1 Lemon twist
    • 1 Cinnamon stick
    Preparation

    Add all ingredients into a tall glass with 3-4 pieces of ice inside and stir gently with a spoon. Garnish with an lemon twist and and a cinnamon stick.

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  • Caballero Café
    Caballero
    Coffee
    Ingredients
    • Ponche Caballero (40 ml)
    • Espresso coffee (40 ml)
    • Cream (40 ml)
    • 4-5 pieces of ice
    • Cinnamon powder
    • 1 Cinnamon stick
    Preparation

    Shake the coffee and Ponche Caballero with ice in a shaker and pour into a Martini Glass once it’s cold. Top with cream and sprinkle some cinnamon powder over it. Garnish with a cinnamon stick.

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  • Caballero Tropical
    Caballero
    Tropical
    Ingredients
    • Ponche Caballero (75 ml)
    • Pineapple juice (150 ml)
    • 3-4 pieces of ice
    • 1 pineapple slice
    Preparation

    Use a long glass (hurricane type) with 3-4 cubes of ice inside. Pour Ponche Caballero followed by the pineapple juice into the glass and stir gently. Garnish with a pineapple slice.

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  • Caballero Cosmo
    Caballero
    Cosmo
    Ingredients
    • Ponche Caballero (30 ml)
    • Vodka (30 ml)
    • Cranberry juice (30 ml)
    • Juice of half a lime
    • 4-5 pieces of ice
    • 1 Orange twist
    Preparation

    Cool down the glass with some ice. Pour all ingredients in the shaker with some ice cubes and shake well. Pour the blend in a Martini glass using a strainer. Garnish with an orange twist.

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  • Caballero Tónica
    Caballero
    Tonic
    Ingredients
    • Ponche Caballero (75 ml)
    • Tonic Water (150 ml)
    • 3-4 pieces of ice
    • 1 slice of lemon or lime
    Preparation

    Use a long glass with 3-4 cubes of ice inside. Pour Ponche Caballero followed by the Tonic Water into the glass and stir gently. Garnish with a slice of lemon and/or lime.

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  • Caballero Crush
    Caballero
    Crush
    Ingredients
    • Ponche Caballero (50 ml)
    • Vodka (50 ml)
    • Orange juice (50 ml)
    • Soda (75 ml)
    • 3-4 pieces of ice
    • 1 Orange twist
    Preparation

    Put 3-4 pieces of ice in a tall glass. Add the ingredients into the glass and stir gently with a spoon. Garnish with the orange twist.

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  • Caballero Limón
    Caballero
    Lemon
    Ingredients
    • Ponche Caballero (75 ml)
    • Lemon soft drink (150 ml)
    • 3-4 pieces of ice
    • 1 slice of lemon
    Preparation

    Use a long glass with 3-4 cubes of ice inside. Pour Ponche Caballero followed by the soft drink into the glass and stir gently. Garnish with a slice of lemon.

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  • Caballero Naranja
    Caballero
    Orange
    Ingredients
    • Ponche Caballero (75 ml)
    • Orange soft drink (150 ml)
    • 3-4 pieces of ice
    • 1 gajo of Orange
    Preparation

    Use a long glass with 3-4 cubes of ice inside. Pour Ponche Caballero followed by the soft drink into the glass and stir gently. Garnish with a slice of orange.

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  • Caballero Margarita
    Caballero
    Margarita
    Ingredients
    • Ponche Caballero (25 ml)
    • White Tequila (25 ml)
    • Juice of 1 lime
    • Lime cordial (10 ml)
    • 4-5 pieces of ice
    • Salt
    • 1 slice of lime
    Preparation

    Start by frosting the glass rim with salt. Then put the ingredients into the shaker with the ice cubes. Shake well and pour the blend into the glass using a strainer, taking care not to dislodge any salt. Garnish with a slice of lime.

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  • Caballero Mimosa
    Caballero
    Mimosa
    Ingredients
    • Ponche Caballero (50 ml)
    • Orange juice (50 ml)
    • Champagne (100 ml)
    • 3-4 pieces of ice
    • 1 Orange twist
    Preparation

    Use a wide glass (old fashioned type) with 2-3 ice cubes. Pour all ingredients and stir gently with a spoon. Garnish with an orange twist.

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  • Origin

    Ponche, which is the Spanish word for Punch, is original from ancient Persia, where a similar drink was elaborated. It was called “panj” – meaning five – in reference to the number of ingredients used: brandy, sugar, lemon, water and tea.

    Through India the Punch then got into the hands of the East India Company, who introduced it to the British colonies in the early seventeenth century.

    During the eighteenth century Punch consumption spread throughout the Western world and its recipe was adjusted to local tastes in each country, varying the type of alcohol and spices used in its elaboration. Punch quickly established itself as a drink for celebrations and special occasions.

    Origen
  • 1830

    Ponche Caballero is born in the tradition of the Caballero family. José Caballero, coming from Galicia, starts to blend the traditional northern “queimadas” (a homemade liqueur using maceration of botanicals) with liquors from southern Spain in El Puerto de Santa María, developing the secret recipe that is maintained until today.

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  • 1917

    The punch of the Caballero family is getting famous, despite that in the beginning it was only conceived for family and friends. They start to bottle small quantities to meet local demand.

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  • 1943

    From this date Ponche Caballero extends throughout the Spanish geography. The bottles are wrapped manually in silver paper, as a tribute to the traditional silver punch bowls.

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  • 1969

    Ponche Caballero introduces the first metallized spirit bottle in the world, a technological and industrial process that was never seen before and that has been imitated since by many others. The Ponche Caballero silver bottle has become an icon in Spain.

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  • 1990

    Ponche Caballero becomes the best-selling liqueur in Spain and ranks amongst the Top 10 worldwide.

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  • 2016

    Ponche Caballero is now enjoyed in over 30 countries and is the main reference of a Spanish liqueur.

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