Total Time
10mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

I served this for Mardi Gras festivities. I think it came from Southern Living. It does the trick. Adjust fruit punch/rum amounts to your taste.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Stir together all ingredients.
  2. Serve over ice.
Most Helpful

We had some friends stop by after our local Mardi Gras Parade was over. I served this delicious punch to celebrate the occasion. It has been a long time since I have had a Hurricane but this tasted just the way I remember it. Beautiful bright red color with a strong fruit flavor laced with rum. Let the good times roll.

Madison County March 26, 2003

Well I really didnt care for this. I am sipping on some atm and I really had to modify it to suit my tastes. I think just with the bottled fruit punch and the concentrates, it has to much of a "processed" taste to it instead of a fresh tropical taste that I normally like in my cocktails. I had to add in some fresh pineapple juice along with some sliced fruit, banana, mango and melon liqueurs and I can still taste the "processed" taste in the background, but its better. Thanks for the recipe tho, I always enjoy making new drinks.

*pink* August 06, 2010

I took one sip of this and looked and hubby and said "oh....this is bad. Verrrrrrry bad!" Tee hee! Very tasty! I omited the rum from the pitcher and just added it to the adult's glasses. (That way the kiddos could pretend they got somethin' somethin' special too!). Soooo yummy. This will be a hit for my Superbowl party. Thanks for the great recipe!

Angel91805 December 27, 2009