Just made this punch last night for a holiday gathering...everyone loved it! We had to make two changes, though: we couldn't find blood orange liqueur anywhere, so we substituted pomegranate liqueur; also, it was REALLY potent, so we added a couple cups of lemon/lime soda. It was still pretty strong, but delicious! We will definitely make it again.
Citrusy Gin and Blood Orange Punch
Phyllis1966 Posted: 12/08/13
Barblei Posted: 03/09/14
This drink is amazing! Well worth the time it takes to muddle and sit. The Bluecoat Gin kicks it up a notch - really makes it pop . If you cannot find the Pur Likor Spice ... I used Blood Orange Liquor and let it steep in cinnamon sticks and a clove for a day. Delish!
rhilton Posted: 03/30/14
This cocktail is delicious. I agree with others that it is deceptively potent. I have served it to three large dinner parties and people LOVED it. Served in martini glasses with demerara-ed sugared rims. Looks best when pieces of ice ring break away and become part of cocktail. Used Bombay Sapphire with the Pur Likor -worked great. Suggest using small 1 cup containers for ice rings otherwise too hard to get out of the bowl! My new fave cocktail.