Caribbean Rum Punch

Rum Punch


A few weeks ago I blogged about one of my dream destinations Turks & Caicos
on the other blog.

I featured this delectable photo and recipe for a Turks & Caicos-inspired rum punch.
I've been dreaming of drinking a rum-filled liquid like it ever since!

So, I decided to make it myself!
My logic works in a way that if I already own at least 1 ingredient for a cocktail, it's worth making!
Never mind I still needed to buy 4 other ingredients... But it was worth it!



To make your own Turks & Caicos-inspired rum punch, you need:
- 3 ounces fresh pineapple juice
- 2 ounces fresh orange juice
- 1 ounce gold (or dark) rum + 1/2 ounce to pour on top
- 1 ounce coconut rum,
- grenadine
- lime to garnish

In a cocktail shaker, or whatever you have near hand that you can mix these juices in, shake the pineapple juice, orange juice, 1 ounce rum, coconut rum and ice cubes together. Pour the juice in a glass. Add a shot of grenadine and watch it sink to the bottom. Gently pour the remaining rum on top, and add a lime wedge for garnish. Drink up!


Tastes like the perfect beginning of a wonderful Summer!

Caribbean Rum Cocktail

Comments

miss b said…
Not only does this sound delicious but it looks lovely too and brings back happy memories of our holiday in Grenada several years ago.

http://missbbobochic.blogspot.co.uk/
My brother lives in the Turks & Caicos. I'll see what he thinks of your drink. :-)

I'd love a non-alcoholic drink along these lines.
Unknown said…
Why are all the pretty drinks illegal for me to drink? These look too pretty to drink anyways :)
This looks wonderful :))) x
R's Rue said…
Yum!
looks pretty too!
www.rsrue.blogspot.com
Cathleen said…
This drink is calling out to me!! What a perfect summer drink!
Jill Sundee said…
Instead of buying coconut rum, can buy refrigerated 100% coconut milk in milk carton at supermarket .
Paris Pastry said…
@Jill Sundee: Great tip! I always have coconut milk at hand.

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