Jamaican Rum Punch – Super easy rum punch recipe that is refreshing and delicious for summer get togethers.
If you have ever gone on a cruise or been to the Caribbean, you know that a rum punch is included in pretty much every excursion they offer. And they are fruity, tasty, and exactly what you want after a hot day on the water. Blue Margaritas are one of my other favorite drinks that reminds me of tropical vacations.
This Fruit Punch recipe is a a non-alcoholic version that the whole family can enjoy. But if you are looking for an alcoholic punch that will remind you of vacation and be the hit of any party, this Caribbean rum punch is what you need.
It is fruity and sweet and the spiced rum just makes it all come together in one delicious drink.
A lot of rum punch that you get in the Caribbean starts with just a bottle mix of fruit punch. But I like to mix up the flavors and give a little more. So there are a couple kind of juice in there to really give it a kick.
Rum Punch Ingredients
- Orange Juice
- Pineapple Juice
- Fruit Punch
- Lime Juice
- Spiced Rum
During the summer I am all about a refreshing cocktail on a hot day. If you are a wine fan this White Wine Sangria is perfect for sipping with friends. Sangria uses a whole bottle of wine, so it makes a lot. The thing I like about this rum punch recipe is you can make just 1 glass if you like, or you can make a whole pitcher!
How to Make Rum Punch
It is super easy to make, you are going to want to whip it up every weekend! In a pitcher mix together orange juice, pineapple juice, fruit punch, and lime juice. Once everything is well blended stir in the spiced rum. You can serve immediately or store in the fridge until you are ready. Just serve over lots of ice so it is nice and cold!
How Long Does Rum Punch Last?
It lasts about 24 hours. You can make it in the morning so you are ready for your get together that night. If you want to add fruit as a garnish, just wait until you are ready to serve to add that.
There are all sorts of rum punch variations that you can make too! If you love the flavor of coconut use some coconut rum in place of the spiced rum. I would start with half and half of each rum. Grenadine is also a common ingredient you will see in rum punch recipes. Omit the fruit punch, use grenadine and use a mix of both white and spiced rum.
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- 1 cup orange juice
- 1 cup pineapple juice
- 1 cup fruit punch
- 1/4 cup lime juice
- 3/4 cup spiced rum
- In a pitcher combine orange juice, pineapple juice, fruit punch and lime juice until well blended.
- Add spiced rum stirring to combine.
- Serve over ice and garnish with fresh fruit if desired.