Champagne Punch Recipe

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The Best Summer Champagne Punch Recipe

As summer arrives we are in the need for a good summertime adult champagne punch recipe. We are looking for something crisp, fruity, bubbly and refreshing with a little kick. So I started searching the Internet for a great summer punch idea and with a little trial and error came up with a champagne punch that will knock your socks off.

Champagne Punch
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Cook Time

Prep time: 15 min
Ready in: 15 min
Yields: serves about (24) 6 ounce servings

Ingredients

  • 12 ounce can Cranberry Pomegranate Juice Concentrate, Thawed but chilled
  • 12 ounce can Pink Lemonade Concentrate, Thawed but chilled
  • 6 ounce can Limeade, Thawed but chilled
  • 1 and 1/2 liters Club Soda, Chilled
  • 1 bottle Sweet White Wine, Chilled
  • 2 bottles Sparkling Moscato or sweet Champagne, Chilled
  • 1 Bag frozen Raspberries, Garnish on top
  • 2 full fresh Limes, Garnish on top; thin sliced
  • Fresh Mint leaves, Garnish on top

Instructions

  1. First of all I like to make an ice ring the night before to float in the punch and keep it chilled. Just take half water and half cranberry juice or all cranberry juice and pour it into a bunt pan just below half way, you can even add some fruit if you would like. Freeze this over night and it will be ready to float in your punch
  2. Slowly add all of the juice concentrates to a large punch bowl
  3. Slowly pour in the club soda followed by the wine and champagne
  4. Gently float your ice ring on top
  5. Garnish with raspberries, lime slices and mint leaf

Champagne Punch

Well there you have it my favorite summertime punch recipe ever. There are several similar recipes like this online but if you make this to a T you wont be disappointed. If you would like an extra little naughty kick you can always add a splash of Grey Goose Vodka. This is a perfect party beverage for vacations and trips to Florida with your friends, unless you already live in Florida, either way enjoy this sparkling punch and remember to drink responsibly. Mike F.

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ShepherdLover 4 years ago from Portland, OR

Yum, this recipe sounds great!


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Russell-D 4 years ago from Southern Ca.

Think of an alternate to a Mimosa. Half Pomegranate liqueur and half champagne. A lovely, different "dry" taste. I like it with Spanish sparkling Grape, it's drier than most French Champagne. David Russell.

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