Coconut Rum Punch – a delicious combination of tropical flavors and coconut rum to make one tasty party drink!
Coconut Rum Punch
Hi friends! I’m a big fan of coconut rum and based on top posts, it’s one of yours as well! Our Coconut Cream Martini is one of our most popular recipes so we thought we’d share a sunny tropical drink you can make with the same delicious rum. How does that sound?!
We’re big fans of Blue Chair Bay Rum – you’ve gotta track it down! It’s smooth and tasty, none of that harsh aftertaste. And it makes any of your mixed drinks that much better! Whip up a LARGE batch of this Coconut Rum Punch for your next party or happy hour, it’s so yummy that it’s sure to be a hit!
Coconut Rum Punch Ingredients
This punch comes together with just a few delicious ingredients!
- Coconut rum
- Orange juice
- Pineapple juice
- Ginger ale
- Grenadine or cherry syrup
How to Make Coconut Rum Punch
Start with quality Coconut Rum, then mix orange juice, pineapple juice and ginger ale together. Pour over ice and add grenadine or cherry syrup, which will sink to the bottom for a beautiful ombre hue. Serve with orange and lemon slices and maraschino cherries for garnish.
Then sit back and relax, with a group of good friends! Seriously this is one of our favorite drinks to bring on vacation vibes or serve at a party. It comes together so easily and you’ll get rave reviews from guests every time!
Tools Used to make this Recipe:
- Glass Drinking Jars: Drinks taste better with cute cups, right? I use these affordable and adorable drinking jars all the time.
- Glass Pitcher: I love this large glass pitcher for iced tea and large batch cocktails!
For More Rum Punch Recipes, Check Out:
Coconut Rum Punch
Coconut Rum Punch - a delicious combination of tropical flavors and coconut rum to make one tasty party drink!
- 1 cup Blue Chair Bay Coconut Rum
- 2 cups orange juice
- 2 cups pineapple juice
- 2 cups ginger ale
- 1 cup grenadine or cherry syrup
- Orange and lemon slices maraschino cherries for garnish
Mix Coconut Rum, orange juice, pineapple juice and ginger ale together.
Pour over ice and add grenadine, which will sink to the bottom for a beautiful ombre hue.
Serve with orange and lemon slices and maraschino cherries for garnish.