Howard L. Puckett
Yield
Makes 6 to 8 servings

Bring the flavor of the Caribbean to your backyard barbecue with this festive concoction. Golden rum and coconut rum combine with apricot brandy and the juices of pineapples, oranges, and grapefruits. Garnish this summer-in-a-glass cocktail with lime wedges.

How to Make It

Combine all ingredients in a pitcher. Pour over ice to serve. Garnish with lime slices, if desired.

Ratings & Reviews

Jenniebojangles's Review

rtolin
June 16, 2013
Very good; would make again or for a party.

jethromel's Review

Jenniebojangles
June 15, 2013
The other reviewers are right, this is a very boozy drink. I increased all the juices in it and it still packs quite a punch! ( pun intended) If you have rum lovers in your group this is good, but I think I will keep looking at other punch options.

Keiko123's Review

sccook
October 30, 2011
This was good..I used Flor de Cana Nicaraguan rum..but it is not for the faint hearted so I diluted it a little with more juice to sweeten it. I actually put the leftover in a freezer container and had rum slushes with it later and those were good too!

sccook's Review

Keiko123
September 14, 2009
Made several batches for a party and the drink was a big hit. Very easy to make and was not too sweet. I didn't find the drink to be too strong as earlier reviewers have said.

WendyCone's Review

WendyCone
July 31, 2009
Good Summer cocktail. Made a big batch for a large party. I would increase the juices a bit. It packed quite the punch even after I increased the juice. Plus it can easily be made ahead of time. Just stir occasionally.

rtolin's Review

jethromel
December 13, 2008
I made this punch for a Christmas party. I used Meyer rum which is why I think the color was more unappealing than the picture. I didn't try it, but my guests loved it so much I had to make three batches and they asked for another, but I had run out of rum!