This caribbean Rum Punch recipe is easy to make and requires no special skills. Whip this drink up for Canada Day or any summer party!

Caribbean Rum Punch – The perfect summer cocktail

Who doesn’t like a nice cold and refreshing drink on a hot summers day. Ideally served along side some good food, (Bajan Fish Cakes anyone!?) and good friends, this rum punch fits the bill for any summer party. Especially a national holiday such as Canada Day! This cocktail recipe is inspired by an extremely popular choice of drink in Barbados,(Rum!) rum punch is thirst quenching, and best of all so good! While it can be flavored with an endless combination of fruit juices to create unique flavors, it’s important to use a good quality rum to really set this Caribbean Rum Punch recipe above the rest. Mount Gay Eclipse or Mount Gay Extra Old are ideal, (and the traditional Barbadian choice!) and blend beautifully with the rest of the ingredients.

Barbadians even have a simple rhyme to remember this rum punch recipe by:

Use a good quality rum such as Mount Gay Rum!

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Easy enough to remember isn’t it!? With only five ingredients this rum punch couldn’t be easier to mix up, and best of all, no special bartending skills are required!

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CARIBBEAN Rum Punch

 

One part (1/4 cup)   – Fresh squeezed lemon or lime juice (though any citrus will do)

Two parts (1/2 cup) – Brown Sugar

Three Parts (3/4 cup) – Dark Rum

Four Parts (1 cup) – Water or Fruit Juice (I used Watermelon Juice)

In regards to the bitters and spice, a dash or two of Angostura Bitter(affiliate) and a sprinkle of nutmeg are added to each glass. For a pop of color serve the Rum Punch in a pitcher and throw in some cucumber slices.

Mixing up a batch of this tasty cocktail is quick and easy, perfect for a last minute party drink. Simply mix all the ingredients in a large jug or bowl, mix, and then chill for half an hour before serving to make sure it’s nice and cold.While the recipe calls for lemon or lime juice, feel free to experiment and use other citrus juices. Why not try fresh orange or grapefruit juice?

The perfect cocktail for a summer party! Enjoy it on Canada Day or any other Holiday!

This Bajan Rum Punch will last almost indefinitely in the fridge, but let’s be serious, you’ll be lucky if it lasts the day!

Be warned this rum punch goes down very easy and can pack a nasty punch if you drink to much! Before you know it, you’ll be face down in the sand! Serve with plenty of ice, and as always drink responsibly and have fun!

Watch the “How-To” video Below!

Happy Canada Day!

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Calories
2313 cal
Fat
8 g
Carbs
559 g
Protein
22 g


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Serves 4 8 oz drinks

Caribbean Rum Punch

The perfect (and easy to make) party drink, this rum punch is perfectly suited to any occasion!

10 minPrep Time

10 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • One part (1/4 cup)   - Fresh squeezed lemon or lime juice (though any citrus will do)
  • Two parts (1/2 cup) - Brown Sugar
  • Three Parts (3/4 cup) - Dark Rum
  • Four Parts (1 cup) - Water (You can substitute the water for fruit juice to create your own flavor variations!)

Instructions

  1. Mixing up a batch of this cocktail is quick and easy, perfect for a last minute party drink.
  2. Simply mix all the ingredients in a large jug, mix, and then chill for half an hour before serving to make sure it's nice and cold.
  3. Garnish with Angostura Bitters and some grated nutmeg
Cuisine: Caribbean | Recipe Type: Drink

Notes

Try this recipe with any freshly squeezed citrus juice, just be sure to use a good quality rum!

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8 Comments

  1. We brought some good rum home from a trip to Jamaica, and this looks like a refreshing excuse to break it out! Thanks for the inspiration :-)
  2. This sounds just about perfect right now. I don't have any rum of course (figures), but I've been seeing Mount Gay around a lot lately and it had already piqued my curiosity before today... doubly so now of course! The touch of nutmeg is really intriguing. I can picture that along with the rum and the brown sugar and I'm reallllly into the idea. Wonderful stuff!
  3. The patio is calling! Perfect for my upcoming holiday stay-cation. Can't wait to try it.
  4. If I end up face down in the sand – may it be in Barbados! Thanks for the recipe!

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