Berry Blood Orange Rum Punch
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This quick and simple rum punch is a small batch cocktail you can pull together in under 10 minutes. With lots of fresh fruit flavor, this cocktail is always a great one to pull out at a party or get together, and can easily be made into a large batch for parties!
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Quick and Easy Small batch punch
When you want all the deliciousness of a fruity rum punch, but you don’t want to make a ton of it, this Berry Blood Orange Rum Punch is the answer. While you can easily build this recipe up to make a large batch or pitcher, you can also just whip up a few in under 10 minutes!
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Rum punch ingredients
To make this quick and simple punch recipe, you will need:
- Fresh raspberries.
- Fresh Blood Oranges.
- Lejay Creme De Cassis.
- 4 oz White Rum, such as Bacardi.
- 2 oz Aperol.
Small batch Rum Punch recipe
Making the punch is super fast and easy! All you need to do is muddle to raspberries, squeeze in the blood orange juice, and add the Aperol, Creme De Cassis and Rum. Shake everything well, strain over a couple glasses of ice, and garnish with fruit. Volia!
What is Aperol?
Aperol is an Italian bitter apéritif made of gentian, rhubarb, and cinchona, as well as other herbaceous ingredients. It has a vibrant pink/orange hue. Aperol’s name comes from the French slang word for aperitif, which is apero.
Unlike Campari, Aperol has a bit more inherent sweetness. The floral notes work well with simple fruits that won’t overpower the Aperol, as well as white wine and Prosecco or Champagne. A classic Aperol Spritz is a refreshing cocktail made with Aperol, Champagne or Prosecco and sparkling water.
Looking to make another delicious drink with Aperol? Try My Dragon Fruit Vodka Cocktail!
What is Creme De Cassis?
Creme De Cassis is a thick, sweet, liqueur that is made from blackcurrants. You can use it as a as a flavoring agent in cocktails, or serve it as an after-dinner liqueur. It pairs perfectly with this cocktail, as it has a sweet berry-like flavor that complements the raspberries and blood oranges.
Berry Blood Orange Rum Punch
- 1 cup fresh raspberries, muddled
- 1/2 cup fresh squeezed blood orange juice
- 2 oz Lejay Creme De Cassis
- 4 oz white rum
- 2 oz Aperol
- 1. To a cocktail shaker, add the raspberries and muddle well. 2. Add blood orange juice, Creme De Cassis, Rum, and Aperol. 3. Shake well, and strain into 2 glasses over ice. 4. Garnish with fresh raspberries or blood orange slices, if desired.
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