Punsch was introduced in Sweden in the early 1700s, and was mixed in homes at first. Around 1850 is when it started to be produced on a mass scale, and the punsch became more popular. At its most populat time, there were some 50 different brands. The state monopoly in the liquor business led to there being only 4 punsch marks left in 1992, all made by State Wine & Spirits.
In 1993, there came the first new punsch in over 70 years - Reasonable Punsch. The wait was not in vain. The prestigious newsletter "Your Wine" made 1997 a big punsch test and gave Facile 5 score out of 5: "The scent is deep, rich and broad, with complex, mature notes. The taste is rich, deep and concentrated with lovely balanced elements of arrack, breast sugar, marzipan, honey and roasted almonds. A rich, oily and sweet punsch with great complexity and ripe punch tones. "