This easy tropical rum punch is the perfect summer party cocktail recipe – and it never gets watered down, thanks to our fruit “ice!”
Easy Tropical Rum Punch
My husband and I made this tropical rum punch for a recent get-together we hosted for family and friends, and it was a huge hit! I’m sharing because it really is the perfect (grown-up) summer party drink!
What makes this recipe a bit different than the standard rum punch is that we used peach-infused rum. It gives it more depth and a hint more sweetness – it’s just “peachy!” If you like bananas, try our banana rum punch too!
For me, festive fruit flavors embody the spirit of summer, and our tropical rum punch is a delicious medley of fresh juices combined with infused rum. It’s like a vacation in your mouth!
Smooth, refreshing and a total crowd-pleaser — this vibrant rum punch is super easy to make and the perfect way to serve drinks to a large group.
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Peachy Rum Punch Ingredients
- Orange juice
- Pineapple juice
- Ginger ale
- Sweet & sour
- Peach flavored rum
- Grenadine or pomegranate juice
- Cantaloupe and mango (whole fruits) for garnish
- Melon baller (to make the fruit ice)
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How to Make Peach Rum Punch
To make our tropical rum punch, mix ingredients in a large punch bowl, using these proportions:
- 2 parts pineapple juice
- 1 part orange juice
- 1 part ginger ale
- 1 part sweet & sour
- 1 part peach rum
(For example, 1 “part” might equal 1 cup, depending on the amount of punch you want to make)
TIP: Using “parts” instead of exact measurements allows you to adjust the amount for the number of servings you wish to make, whether it is one individual cocktail, or a pitcher for your backyard barbecue.
Next, add grenadine or pomegranate juice until you have a gorgeous red-orange punch, the color of a tropical sunset.
How to Make “Ice” Using Fresh Fruit
Now here’s my favorite part: use a melon-baller to scoop out balls of fresh mango and cantaloupe. Place in freezer until cold and use in place of ice. This chills your tropical rum punch without watering it down! Plus they look beautiful in your glass!
Grab a free printable copy of our Tropical Rum Punch recipe:
This easy peach rum punch is the perfect tropical flavored summer party cocktail recipe - and it never gets watered down, thanks to our fruit "ice!"
- 1 cup orange juice
- 2 cups pineapple juice
- 1 cup ginger ale
- 1 cup sweet & sour
- 1 cup peach rum
- 1/4 cup grenadine or pomegranate juice
Mix ingredients in a large punch bowl.
To adjust the amount of this recipe, use these proportions: 2 parts pineapple juice, 1 part orange juice, 1 part ginger ale, 1 part sweet & sour, and 1 part peach rum.
Add grenadine or pomegranate juice until you have a gorgeous red-orange punch.
Use a melon-baller to scoop out balls of fresh mango and cantaloupe. Place in freezer until cold and use in place of ice.
Note: Nutrition information is a rough estimate only; actual values will vary based on the exact ingredients used and amount of recipe prepared.
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Last updated on July 25th, 2019 at 02:47 pm