Punchy Fruit Punch recipe
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This drink is an alcoholic version of fruit punch. It's made with vodka, coconut rum, cranberry juice and pineapple juice. It's sweet, fruity and totally refreshing.
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- 2 tablespoons vodka
- 2 tablespoons coconut rum
- 3 tablespoons cranberry juice
- 3 tablespoons pineapple juice
MethodPrep:5min ›Extra time:5min › Ready in:10min
- Pour the vodka, rum, cranberry juice and pineapple juice into a cocktail shaker over ice. Cover and shake until the outside of the shaker has frosted. Strain into a chilled martini glass to serve.
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by Amanda J.
Very yummy. It is just a Bay Breeze with the addition of coconut rum. For more fruit-punchy flavor, add a half ounce of grenadine.-04 Apr 2008
How to Make Punch That Will Be the Star of Your Next Party
Tart or sweet, cold or hot, punch is an ideal solution for serving up a big batch of party drinks. No need to take individual orders. Just make up a batch before the gathering and serve, allowing you time to enjoy your company. Here's how to make punch that will keep guests coming back for more.
Whether you&aposve got a backyard barbecue, birthday, or holiday gathering, preparing punch is an easy way to ensure everyone&aposs cups stay full. By knowing the right ratio of fruit juice, water, and carbonated beverage, as well as other tasty add-ins, you can mix and match to create a variety of punch recipes. To get you started, we&aposve got a delicious base recipe that will work with all sorts of flavors. By using our easy formula, you&aposll know how to make fruit punch, rum punch, sherbet punch, and more. If you want to add an ice ring for a classic presentation, we&aposll show you how to make one of those, too.
How to Make Easy Festive Fruit Punch Step by Step
- Slice oranges and lemons and set aside.
- Combine cranberry juice, pineapple juice, ginger beer, white wine, and rum in a large beverage dispenser or punch bowl. Stir to mix well.
- Add cranberries and fruit slices and stir.
- Serve over ice and enjoy!
Berry Pink Lemonade Prosecco Punch Recipe
This punch packs some excellent berry flavor and is a super refreshing drink for a warm summer day. This strawberry punch offers a great flavor combination that pairs perfectly with a burger or breakfast!
- 1 bottle of Zonin Prosecco
- 2 c. ice
- 2 c. raspberry lemonade
- ¼ c. grenadine
- 1 tsp. vanilla extract
- 1 c. fresh raspberries
- 1 c. strawberries halved
- 1 lemon, sliced
- 2 tbsp. chopped, fresh basil
- In large pitcher, mix in ice, lemonade, grenadine and vanilla. Stir well.
- Stir in raspberries, strawberries, lemon and basil.
- Prior to serving, pour in Prosecco.
Best Party Punch
What makes this fruit punch a great party pitcher drink? For one thing it’s refreshing and serves all ages, depending how you make it.
- This sparkling punch has only three ingredients so it’s super easy to make.
- Make it ahead. Mix the juices together ahead of time and keep them chilled. Add the chilled bubbly ingredient just before serving.
- You can serve this as a non alcoholic punch if you’re serving underage guests or non drinkers.
- If you want an alcohol version for a celebration, then you can make it with prosecco or sparkling wine.
- Better yet, you can make up two pitchers with one being a mocktail and the other as a cocktail. That way everyone gets their choice.
PARTY TIP: Freeze extra juice in ice trays to keep the drinks cold without diluting the flavors as they melt.
Jim Beam Fruit Punch
A whiskey fruit punch does not get much easier than this while maintaining a full bouquet of flavors. Featuring Jim Beam's cherry-flavored bourbon, Red Stag, and created by Bobby "G" Gleason, this cocktail has a more sophisticated touch than the Red Stag lemonade for the simple fact that Champagne is one of its principal ingredients. It makes it a beautiful addition to any party and, the good news for you is that it's easy to prepare.
The "fruit punch" of this recipe comes from a combination of Red Stag, strawberry liqueur, and passion fruit coulis. A coulis is a sauce made from a fruit or vegetable puree, just like this cranberry coulis, though passion fruit juice works perfectly and may make the punch a little easier.
The punch is finished off with chilled Champagne in the glass. You should be able to get away with one standard bottle of wine for this recipe. However, if you really like your drinks to sparkle, it's a good idea to have a second one on hand so you can pour more into each glass.
Persian Fruit Punch
I came home with two sweet lemons from the Persian market today. Sweet lemons are also known as sweet limes and they are generally found in ethnic grocery stores. I was, believe it or not, actually surprised when I cut the lemon open and it was not the least bit tart, I smells like a lemon, but it is not acididic - at all - no pucker whatsoever! They are a cool, lemony yellow light color, the skin is very smooth and thin and they are rounder than Eureka (all-purpose) lemons. I had to use it for something, so I added some juice from other citrus I had on hand, a little sugar and water and it was quite tasty and refreshing. It's like fruit punch but not too sweet -- and the color is very pretty. It has a gentle fruit flavor, and you can make it stronger by adding more juice or less water, or the optional double strength herb tea. I prefer a lighter taste and I garnish it with some pineapple sage. The kids thought it tasted like light orange juice - but they are the Hawaiian Punch types. The adults thought it was refreshing and preferred it to the sweeter drinks on the table. Another nice thing is that the pretty color is natural. I have no idea what my Persian neighbors actually do with sweet lemons, or if there is such a thing as Persian Fruit Punch, but it sounds nice, doesn't it?
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Non Alcoholic Fruit Punch Recipes
The Dispenser's Formulary or Soda Water Guide (1915)
Refreshing Non Alcoholic Fruit Punch Drink with Ice
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Fancy punch beverages are great for serving on special occasions such as a wedding, anniversary, or teen birthday party.
The non alcoholic fruit punch recipes are fun and easy to make, and you can enjoy these punches anytime as mocktails or as refreshing soft drinks.
Note the suggested drink prices for 1915 soda fountain customers.
Into a tall glass put some shaved ice, add 2 ounces of cherry syrup, a little lime juice, a spoonful of crushed pineapple, and shake.
Then fill up the glass with carbonated water and top with a slice of orange and slices of strawberries. Serve with straws. Price—10 ounces, 10 cents.
1/2 ounce cherry syrup, 1/2 ounce lemon syrup, 1 ounce sarsaparilla syrup. Pour syrups in large glass, add cracked ice. Fill with carbonated water, using fine stream.
Finish with a cherry and a cube of pineapple. The punch is a good special and should be priced at 10 cents for 10 ounces.
Fruity Fruit Punch
Make a syrup of equal parts of strawberry, pineapple, and orange syrup. Use 1-1/2 ounces of this syrup to a glass one-third full of ice.
Fill with carbonated water, coarse stream, and add a few strawberries, a slice of pineapple, a slice of orange, and serve with straws.
The juice of half a lemon will bring out the fruit flavor in the punch. Price—12 ounces, 10 or 15 cents.
Into a glass partly filled with shaved ice pour three-fourths ounce of pineapple syrup, 1 teaspoonful of lemon juice, and a teaspoonful of raspberry vinegar.
Place a mixing spoon in the glass and almost fill the glass with carbonated water, coarse stream. Add a little more shaved ice, on the top of which placed crushed strawberries.
Between the glass and the ice insert a slice of orange. Serve with spoon and straws. Price—10 cents for 10 ounces.
2 ounces pineapple syrup, 1 ounce orange syrup, sufficient shaved ice. Serve solid in 12-ounce glass garnished with slice of fresh fruit. Charge 10 cents.
3/4 ounce raspberry syrup, 3/4 ounce orange syrup, juice of 1 lime, 1 ounce grape juice. Pour the syrup into a 12-ounce glass, then add the lime juice and grape juice. Fill the glass one-third full of shaved ice and complete the filling with carbonated water.
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About the Non Alcoholic Fruit Punch Recipes
Fruit Punches Were Often Served in a Silver Punch Bowl
Most punches sold in soda parlors were individually mixed for the customer and to make the drink extra special, a garnishment of sliced fruit or candied cherries was often added, and sometimes a sprig of mint. Effort was made to make the drinks very colorful and appealing.
Fountain operators sometimes mixed their punches in quantity and attractively displayed them on the marble counter in a large cut-glass bowl containing cubes of ice and decorative pieces of fruit.
Customers received their non alcoholic beverages in fancy punch glasses with a small cube of ice and thinly cut fruit slices placed in each glass a great idea for serving fancy punch mocktails at parties.
The non alcoholic fruit punch recipes are easy to make from scratch and take only minutes. Fancy punches are delicious and perfect for serving at parties
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