As the story goes, Ernest Beaumont-Gantt created this potent drink in the 1930s and named it for its mind-altering effect after a friend consumed three of them. This lower-proof version is made with Velvet Falernum, an almond-and-lime-flavored liqueur that's a key ingredient in many tiki drinks.
A common term used for any large-batch alcoholic punch, this may bring back memories of college parties or not (you get what we mean). The key to a good jungle juice is masking the flavor of any cheaper alcohol you use and not making it too sweet. We also like to add a little fruit, just to class it up.
Detox. Retox. Repeat. This green power juice goes rogue with the help from a little rum. The addition of fresh ginger root gives this healthy-ish take on a Rum Punch an extra kick.
This isn't your grandmother's sherbet punch. It's a fresh take on a seasonal favorite with tangy fruit juice, smooth sherbet, bright bubbles, and just the right amount of holiday spice. Whether you serve it in a retro crystal bowl or a sleek new one, it's a fun and festive centerpiece on any table or buffet.