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- Combine ingredients in large jug.
- Stir and serve over crushed ice in glasses.
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Bowing...bowing...This stuff is The Syrup Of The Gods and Goddesses! Kate, this was such a lovely punch, and I didn't make the mistake of only making half or less. I took Tink's advice and made the whole batch. Fabulous! Taste was so refreshing and it tastes "harmless!" I'll be making this again for sure, maybe at our 4th of July celebration. I used fresh squeezed orange juice with some other orange fruit...miniaolas, that I had in the fridge; fresh squeezed is imperative here, I think. I threw in some kiwi fruit I also had. It sat in the fridge for a couple hours before guests arrived, when I added the chilled ginger ale. Don't forget that the fruit packs a punch if sitting there for awhile! Thanks Kate, for a recipe that went straight to my Faves! Made now for ZWT5 and many other celebrations in the future!
So good. I feel like I`m on a beach in the warm sun! I did add a mix of fruit that I had frozen, including the mango's, pineapples, and strawberries. Adding peach, blueberries and raspberries. I did just garnish with the mint and used fresh lime juice. Part of Menu #28849 menu. Made for ZWT5 (((Thanks)))
I'm going to start with the most unfortunate thing about this recipe... I scaled it down to serve 2, just for me & DH to test drive at lunch. BIG mistake! I could seriously drink this punch all day long! He loved it as much as I did. All the flavors blend well together, yet stand out on their own at the same time. Made exactly as directed, using fresh squeezed orange & lime juice & canned pineapple juice as the fresh pineapple didn't give me enough to work with. I especially loved the burst of mint whenever I got a bit of it in my mouth. Yum! This drink really takes me back to the spodie party days. Thanks for sharing, Kate! :) Made & enjoyed for ZWT5 - Ali Baba's Babes.