Banana Rum Punch Recipe
Banana Rum Punch is the punch you will want to serve for all your get togethers, BBQ’s! Mix a batch and enjoy.
Are you always looking for that one great punch or drink to serve at parties that people will love?
This Banana Rum Punch has made it to one of our favorites list. It is sooo scrumptious!
This tropical flavored drink will whisk you away to the Islands. All while you sip your troubles away. We all love sitting out on a warm summer night in the yard with friends and family on our decks relaxing and this drink is the perfect luscious cocktail to offer your quests!
We love to serve different cocktails for entertaining. When we are invited to a friends for a gathering in the summer we normally bring a an appetizer and a punch or drink recipe that we have never tried before.
This makes up very popular lol. This recipe we are sharing is just for 2 cocktails so if your making this for a party you can easily quadruple the recipe. Or make it even larger!
If your quadrupling the recipe make it in a pretty pitcher for serving. On a cutting board leave our slices of orange and lemon slices and a bowl of maraschino cherries.
Banana Rum Punch gets it’s tropical flavor from just a few ingredients. Those being Bacardí Banana Rum, Pineapple Rum, orange juice, pineapple juice, Gingerale and grenadine. So easy to mix this up in a nice big pitcher for a party or get together. If it’s an extra hot night maybe throw it in a blender with some ice and blend it for an extra cold drink! Any way you make it, this is one delicious drink that is sure to please.
OTHER PARTY RECIPES YOU MIGHT LIKE:
Banana Rum Punch
- 1 oz Bacardí Banana Rum
- 1 oz Pineapple Rum
- 2 oz orange juice
- 2 oz. pineapple juice
- 1 oz ginger ale
- 1 tsp grenadine
- orange and lemon slices, maraschino cherries to garnish
- Combine first four ingredients in a cocktail shaker. Shake gently.
- Pour the mixture on top of a glass filled with ice.
- Pour ginger ale on top.
- Garnish with your choice of orange and lemon slices and maraschino cherries.