Gun Club Punch

I have no idea where this name came from, but I sure hope they didn't drink all this punch and then go out and shoot guns. Anyway, this makes a huge amount. I wanted to try it out for a party, but have not done so yet, so I am putting on Zaar for safe keeping. I hope someone tries it out. I have no idea how many this serves.

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15mins
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  • Blend cherries, cherry juice in a blender.
  • Add all ingredients together included blended cherries and cherry juice, (except soda and cinnamon).
  • Now, add soda slowly, and top with cinnamon.
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"I have no idea where this name came from, but I sure hope they didn't drink all this punch and then go out and shoot guns. Anyway, this makes a huge amount. I wanted to try it out for a party, but have not done so yet, so I am putting on Zaar for safe keeping. I hope someone tries it out. I have no idea how many this serves."
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  1. LilPinkieJ
    Good recipe. I scaled it down with single serving cans of each to serve 4 using Capt Morgan spiced rum. I drizzled a little of the cherry juice on top for color. Next time, I'd add a little grenadine. Made and reviewed for PAC Fall 2008.
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  2. cooking-BAG
    I have no idea where this name came from, but I sure hope they didn't drink all this punch and then go out and shoot guns. Anyway, this makes a huge amount. I wanted to try it out for a party, but have not done so yet, so I am putting on Zaar for safe keeping. I hope someone tries it out. I have no idea how many this serves.
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