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Non alcoholic citrus punch.

A punch with no booze? Yup! This one can be enjoyed by the entire family. But for those wild “fete” nights, be sure to add your favorite rum or whiskey (make sure it’s a cheap whisky though, so you’re not wasting it).

You’ll need…

* 3 cups apple juice or sweet cider
* 2 cups orange juice
* 1 cup pineapple juice
* 1 6-ounce frozen lemonade or limeade concentrate
* 2 quarts ginger ale
* 4 cups ice cubes
* Thinly sliced oranges, lemons, or limes, and mint leaves, for garnish

Then…

1. In a large bowl, combine apple, orange, and pineapple juices and frozen lemonade or limeade. Stir to combine thoroughly.

2. Slowly stir in ginger ale and ice cubes. Garnish with citrus slices and mint. Serve immediately.

If you really want to add an island flair to this tasty beverage, add a dash of Angostura bitters.

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74 Responses to “Non alcoholic citrus punch.”

  1. Ana Palmer says:

    This will be one of drinks for Christmas, for my friends who do not consume alcohol.

    Thank you very much

  2. Dianne says:

    Hi Chris
    Great recipe as usual. Always looking forward to something special and you deliver each time.

  3. Clara says:

    Chris, all your recipes are awesome man. Just told my neighbor about your website and I am gonna keep on telling people about Caribbean Pot.

  4. Gary says:

    Hi Chris, beautiful combination of fruits, I will have to try it before I can comment. On another point, I recently had some ripe plantains on hand but I am tired of frying them, what other preparation can you suggest. Thanks Gary.

    • Marlene Alexander says:

      Hi
      You can slice the ripe plantains put on greased baking sheet sprinkle with some brown sugar and ground cinnamon and bake. Very delicious and healthy

  5. Noreen says:

    Thanks Chris, I will try this drink, especially its summer and its hot out here in Jamaica.

  6. Hi definitely I will make this as soon I bay the ingredients it looks very refreshing

  7. Pat says:

    Where can one get sorrel? Victoria does not have a West Indian store.

  8. hi chris,
    This recipe is worth a try. I agree a bit of angostura bitters will make it taste better. the updated site is great, I love it. makes it easier for us to store our favorite recipes and to print out recipes so we don’t have to take the computer into the kitchen. May God continually bless you, your family and “helpers” or “backers”for the work you have done. You made us better cooks. Thanks!

  9. Pat says:

    This fruit drink is very refreshing.
    I suppose adding a dash of angostura bitters makes it even tastier.

  10. Shelley says:

    Nice and refreshing

  11. wally says:

    this recipe is great i love it.

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