Vintage Party Punch Recipe
An easy party punch recipe to serve for a Christmas party or holiday brunch. This alcoholic punch is made with Southern Comfort, and juices of pineapple, grapefruit, and lemon. This is a refreshing drink that can also be used for serving at a baby or bridal shower, Halloween party, holiday party or wedding reception.
The citrus juices mix well with the Southern comfort and you end up with an easy and simple punch recipe that is not too sweet. 7-Up or any other sparkling sweet-sour soda like 50/50, Sprite, or similar will give this beverage its characteristic fizz. You can float pieces of lemons or pineapple in the punch bowl for added interest.
You can also determine just how strong you want to make this drink by increasing or decreasing the amount of Southern Comfort in the recipe. You may also want to warn your guests that you are serving spiked punch! If you don’t want an alcoholic punch, just leave the Southern Comfort out completely. It will still be a tasty drink without the booze. Or you could offer two versions with two different punch bowls, one with booze and one without.
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Party Punch Recipe
- 1 fifth Southern Comfort
- 1 cup pineapple juice
- 1 cup grapefruit juice
- ½ cup fresh lemon juice
- 2 quarts 7-Up
- Pre-chill all ingredients.
- Mix together in a large punch bowl, slowly adding 7-Up last.
- Add ice cubes or an ice ring and serve.
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