After one sip, you’ll be wanting to stroll the length of A1A.
You have your Rum Punch and all it’s different mixtures, you have your Planters Punch, your Pirates Punch and my friends and I have one simply called The Punch. You would think that mixing rum and different punch concoctions was popular or something.
Now it’s time for the Sunshine State to join the party. Oh, Mr. Florida, it wasn’t enough for you to brag about your hundreds of miles of beaches, dancing palm trees and be the home to a famous mouse, but now you want your own rum punch? Go easy on us!
Florida Punch Recipe
- 1.5 oz. Dark Rum
- 1 oz. Brandy
- 1 oz. Grapefruit Juice
- 1oz. Florida Orange Juice
Fill shaker with shaved ice. Add ingredients. Shake and strain into cocktail glass. Raise glass and toast to the sunshine state.
I don’t have a lot of experience with Brandy but I can see how this Boat Drink would be good. I still don’t think I’m going to run our and buy a bottle of Brandy to make this drink though, I have to many rums to try. Must keep the collection growing.
Let me know if you Castaways mix up the Florida Punch cocktail. I’m eager to get your opinion on it.
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