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Fantastic Recipe! I made this for a wedding reception and got great compliments! The tart was just right to offset the sweet cake and mints. I added an 8 oz. can of chunk pineapple with the juice. I froze everything except for the cranberry ginger ale the night before and then left it out to thaw to slush. When it was time for the punch I put the slush in the punch bowl and added the ginger ale. The only change I would have made if time had permitted I would have like to have frozen some of the punch (without the ginger ale) with the pineapple chunks some strawberries and a few mint sprigs in a jell-o mold so it could have floated in the punch.
This was a great punch although I had to alter the ingredients slightly since I couldn't find them all. I used raspberry soda rather than cranberry gingerale. Also I used frozen pineapple/orange juice instead of just pineapple; I couldn't find it. Thanks!
I've made this recipe twice (I had two receptions in two countries) and both times it was a success! This second time the punch was for the children rather than the adults and they enjoyed it very much aswell. At the end of the evening though half the punch was still there so we added two cups of vodka and let the adults finish it off. Very good recipe! I will definately use again!