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Ripped Rum Punch


  • Coconut water
  • 2 ounces of 100-proof Rhum Argricole (Cane Sugar Rum)
  • 1 ounce coconut cream
  • 2 ounces orange juice
  • 1 handful fresh raspberries, crushed with a wooden spoon
  • 1 teaspoon ground turmeric
  • 2 ounces medicated simple syrup
  • 2 ounces cane syrup based ginger beer
  • Ice
  • 6 drops aromatic bitters
  1. Bill a shaker half full with coconut water ice. Add the Rum Agricole, coconut cream, orange juice, a-sherries, turmeric and simple syrup. Shake hard for about 15 seconds.
  2. Divide between to glasses. Top each with 1 ounce ginger beer and dot with aromatic bitters to finish.
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Rum Punch / Tim Nusog

There’s nothing like a good punch. The classic drink is one of the earliest known cocktails, with written references dating back to at least the 17th century. Traditionally composed of spirit, citrus, spice, sugar and water, punch offers the creative drinker a wide berth for experimentation. But if you need some inspiration, you can’t go wrong with rum and fruit juice, which are as perfect a pairing as you’ll find in the cocktail universe.

This single-serving Rum Punch begins with two types of rum, which is a smart and easy way to add depth and complexity to a cocktail. From there, pineapple and grenadine lend sweetness, orange juice brightens everything up, and a touch of lime cuts through the tropical sweetness.

About that grenadine: Most store-bought versions are bright red, overly sweet and laced with artificial ingredients. Leave those on the shelf where they belong and make your own. It takes just a few minutes to produce homemade grenadine with pomegranate juice, pomegranate molasses and sugar. It’s worth the effort, as DIY grenadine adds a tart richness to cocktails that you just can’t match with the pre-bottled stuff.

Entertaining a crowd? Simply scale up the measurements to fit your punch bowl, or multiply by how many people you want to serve. Drop a large ice block into the bowl to keep things cold, garnish with a few slices of fresh fruit, and you’ll have a Rum Punch that keeps on giving.

The Rum Punch is a thirst-quenching cocktail that’s perfect for summer. Shake up a single serving, or batch some up when you need to serve a crowd.