Totally Tropical Genuine Rum Punch

Totally Tropical Genuine Rum Punch created by EmmyDuckie

Just inflate a plastic palm tree, blow up a plastic monkey (!!), hang up a hammock, brush up on your limbo dancing skills......"How Low Can You Go".....and sip on this rum punch - close your eyes and imagine you are there.............Totally Tropical!

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  • In a large bowl, combine rum, pineapple juice, juice of oranges, juice of limes and sugar.
  • Add ginger ale just before serving.
  • Chill, serve over ice in glass, garnish.
  • (For a special flavour -- top each serving of punch with 1 oz of Malibu Coconut Rum).
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"Just inflate a plastic palm tree, blow up a plastic monkey (!!), hang up a hammock, brush up on your limbo dancing skills......"How Low Can You Go".....and sip on this rum punch - close your eyes and imagine you are there.............Totally Tropical!"

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  1. ransomhouse
    So yummy! I too used coconut rum. Very tropical!
  2. ChamoritaMomma
    OK....I made this recipe a few weeks back for a function we hosted at our home, 100+ people. I had quadrupled the recipe and placed it in the refrigerator until I was ready to serve it. I used it in my fountain bowl and it turned out wonderfully delish!!! Guests were able to fill their cups easily. I did sub out the rum and used parrot bay coconut rum; and instead of using the fresh squeezed juices; I subbed them out with orange and lime juice concentrates. It was just easier for me. All in all, the recipe was a hit!! I froze the left over base and will use it for later. Thanks for sharing!!!
  3. ChamoritaMomma
    OK....I made this recipe a few weeks back for a function we hosted at our home, 100+ people. I had quadrupled the recipe and placed it in the refrigerator until I was ready to serve it. I used it in my fountain bowl and it turned out wonderfully delish!!! Guests were able to fill their cups easily. I did sub out the rum and used parrot bay coconut rum; and instead of using the fresh squeezed juices; I subbed them out with orange and lime juice concentrates. It was just easier for me. All in all, the recipe was a hit!! I froze the left over base and will use it for later. Thanks for sharing!!!
  4. Ginny Sue
    I tried this while testing rum puches for a party. This was a nice fruity punch, but was just a little too sweet for what I was looking for.
  5. EmmyDuckie
    Totally Tropical Genuine Rum Punch Created by EmmyDuckie
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