This is so easy and so good. I have served this at bridal showers and baby showers and even a wedding reception for 100 people! Very easy to double or triple recipe. Really nice on a hot day for back yard BBQ's! Just put in large pitcher. This also makes a fantastic mixer with limon Bicardi! MMM Good.
Lightly fizzy with lots of flavour. My boys love it. I refrigerate it in a 2 litre(1/2 gallon) pop bottle - keeps the fizz in it. Ds#1 calls it "special juice". This would be great in a punch bowl, too. Just add the ginger-ale when serving.
Delightfully tart, very refreshing. I mix this in a huge mixing bowl, then refrigerate it in two (2 litre) pop bottles. I use a funnel and a ladle to get it in there. The pop bottles really help keep it from going flat. This is, of course, great in a punch bowl. Add the gingerale just before serving, and some ice to the bowl.
This is a very simple, but tasty punch. It is also fairly inexpensive, which is great when a large quantity is needed. You can changed the flavor of drink mix used in order to obtain a desired color of punch. I recommend freezing rings of pineapple juice or the punch for use in chilling in the punchbowl.
Our Christmas get togethers start off with this punch. The first Christmas I served this punch:It was not until clean up time that I realized I didn't add the ginger ale. No one knew the difference. It serves 50 and it was gone in a blink. I have remembered to add the ale since. I found this in 1997 St.Francis Families II cookbook.
A nice change of pace from regular iced tea. I like to add a little fresh mint to the tea while it is hot. This is very refreshing on a hot summer day. Found this on Bed & Breakfast Inns ONLINE. It's from Nana's House Bed & Breakfast in Greensburg, Indiana