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I made this punch for our Thanksgiving dinner. Those who tried it liked it it was a little "tangy" but that was the best part. I did not add the food coloring and my color was still bright red. The only thing I didn't like about this punch was that the lemonade concentrates I used had some lemon pulp in them and that floated to the top of the punch bowl and almost looked like dust had gotten in there. I used Minute Maid Pink Lemonade and also MM Raspberry Lemonade which were great except for the pulp. This is one of the tastiest punch recipes I've tried.
My guests enjoyed this punch. Even a 9-year old who first wanted something else decided he liked it enough to drink several cups full. The recipe isn't clear whether you add the water for the concentrates or not. I added it otherwise it is strong.
Not a keeper. I made this for a party and was in a panic trying to fix it. The punch bowl was left empty but not because everyone loved it the glasses were just abandoned on the table full of punch. It looks good but the taste was too sour no matter what I did. I will not make this again. I gave it three stars because the kids 6 and under loved it.
Very Kid Friendly! All 30 of them at my son's school party enjoyed this punch. The only thing the asked about was the "little floaties" and had a hard time convincing a few of the kids that it was the pulp from the lemonade.