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I made this most wonderful punch for our daughter's wedding. It doesn't leave the mouth sticky like most punch, instead, it's quite refreshing. I received many compliments on the flavor and even the color. I'd like to pass on something I did. I wanted an ice ring. I filled my mold to about a 1/3 of it's capacity, then put it in the freezer. At the same time, I took fresh strawberries,(washed and hulled) and frozen them on a plate lined with waxed paper. I also filled a container with punch and froze it to the consistancy of slush. When the mold was frozen, I added the strawberries and the "slush" to fill the mold and returned it to the freezer. It really looked pretty. I also placed the remaining frozen strawberries in the punch to help keep it cold. Her wedding was Valentine's day and the strawberries in the punch was a colorful touch. One mistake I made...I didn't make enough. I trippled the punch and it still wasn't enough. Many liked the punch much better than the wonderful champaign we had. Ellie Russell, Jacksonville, FL
This was a big hit at a meeting. EVERYONE wanted more when it was gone. The only change that I made I made it four times over and only added 3 gallons of water and extra sugar I added alot of ice and that made up for the extra gallon of water. Will be making this again. Thanks
I served this wonderful punch at a birthday party for my 80 year old mother. It was delightful. I added some additional ingredients. I scaled the recipe up for 100 people and added two 1 liter bottles of Gingerale. Also to top this off I added softened lemon sherbert to float on the top. The rich golden color is just perfect for the fall and made a lovely addition to the table.
Confronted with the task of making some punch for a wedding reception I looked to allrecipe.com to see if I'd find something appropriate. The name caught my eye then the simple ingrediants seemed like they would blend well together. I made a batch a week early to taste- thats when I knew it was gonna work. I decided to "doctor it up" by replacing the O.J. with Minute Maid Blends orange passion concentrate. I used a little less lemon juice about 1 1/4 cup per gallon of water and I also added a fruit blend from Trader Joes (mango guava passion fruit orange ect.) a little extra sugar to compensate for the melting ice. It was great
I served this for my parents' 50th wedding anniversary party and it was definitely a hit! With triple the recipe and about 85 guests there were 2 cups left at the end of the 3 hour party. I bought a three tiered beverage fountain from an online retailer (think of a river in South America) for about 50 and didn't want a recipe with carbonation which would quickly be lost or citrus pulp which would clog the pump or holes in the fountain. This recipe was a TOTAL success!!! Nice flavor and the golden color of course matched the golden theme of the anniversary. I was worried about using bottled lemon juice rather than fresh but it worked fine. And the sugar seemed like a lot but with all the lemon juice it was needed. A great alternative punch to the "standard fare" red punch or those made with ice cream or sherbet lemon lime pop etc.. The fountain was very much a hit with the kids and no spilling as with a ladle! Tara thanks so much for sharing this recipe!
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