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Guinness Punch.

This is one of those “big people” drinks we enjoy in the Caribbean and it’s rumored to give you extra energy and vitality  in the bedroom. I’m sure as you make your way up and down the Caribbean islands you’ll find variations to this Guinness punch recipe, so use this one as a base and feel free to give it your own personal touch. Add some vanilla ice cream, maybe an egg and I’m sure some freshly grated orange zest will add more excitement to this drink.

You’ll Need…

1 Guinness
1 cup evaporated milk
3/4 cup milk (2 %)
8 tablespoon sweetened condensed milk *
pinch nutmeg
1 cup ice
2 drops Angostura bitters
pinch cinnamon

This is so easy and quick to put together it will become one of your go-to drinks when you’re looking for a little excitement in your life. Basically all you have to do is place all the ingredients mentioned above in a blender and give it a good pulse and you’re good to go.

Remember to not overfill your blender or risk it overflowing as you blend it together (can go foamy). The idea is to have a rich, creamy drink with a lovely sweet undertone. You may need to adjust the condensed milk to satisfy your liking. Serve immediately for best results.

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13 Responses to “Guinness Punch.”

  1. Maureen says:

    Add a red Solo

  2. Nada says:

    Hi. Is there any way u could make this with soy milk. I am lactose intolerance and is really missing any punch will dairy, especially peanut punch.

    P.S love all ur recipes. My husband loved the sweet bread. This was the first time I made it for him.

    Thanks

  3. Sandra says:

    I read the comments and all the different ideas. So I have a guinness at home and some punch a creme and seamoss. I think I will put all that in a blender and give it a whiz..

  4. EKD says:

    how about a recipe for a good Trini peanut punch?

    EKD

  5. Jerniece says:

    Hi Chris. Made this and added some white rum. Didn’t taste the difference but felt that extra “kick”. Loved it

  6. janeen says:

    Chris where de egg,

  7. Allie says:

    I absolutely loved this recipe, the sea moss was also a good kick to it.. Your accent is Chris, Real Trini,,

  8. Valentina says:

    Thank you for the rum punch recipe my husband loved it :-)

  9. Doreen Shah says:

    Chris you are the boss/ bomb/oh!oh!the man ,Keep that smile love that guiness recipe ,Be Bless

  10. Ken says:

    Love that guinness punch recipe, wii be doing some of that with summer bbq.

  11. arlene says:

    Baked cream cheese cookies this morning. Was sitting here minding my own business when I decided to have a quick peek at your blog. Now I'm having Guiness punch (I just HAPPENED to have some guiness ice-cream and Bailey's in the 'fridge so I added them into the mix) and cookies as a midnight snack. I know I shall pay for this!

  12. Albert Charles says:

    I added 1 cup of sea moss to your recipe yes already made sea moss and i had a wonderful valentine night .Thanks for the punch

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