Holiday Drinks, Punch, and Great teas!

Holiday Punch

Holiday Party Punch


Holiday Party Punch

1 Navel orange, thinly sliced

Cranberries halved

1 ½ quart of cranberry juice

One 6 oz can of frozen orange juice

2 Cups of club soda

¼ cup fresh lemon juice

½ cup grenadine

2 Quarts of ginger ale chilled

Fill a one quart mold ring with water to half full and freeze

Overlap orange slices over the iced ring

Arrange mint leaves and cranberries on top of the ice ring in between the orange slices.

Add more water and freeze it makes a beautiful wreath when done to float in the punch bowl and very decorative.

Combine juices, grenadine syrup, in punch bowl

Add the frozen ice ring

Pour ginger ale over the top

Serves 27

Double recipe and keep chilled in fridge and keep an additional mold in freezer to replenish during party

If an alcoholic version is wanted add 2-3 cups of vodka

Harney and Sons Hot Cinnamon Spice Tea

If anyone hasn't tried Harney and Sons tea, try their Hot Cinnamon Spice tea its delicious both hot and cold. Every party I have held when serving this tea has created a great topic for conversation. Even if you don't use honey or sugar it has a light spicy sweet taste without the addition of any sugar. A sinless delight!

It comes in both teabags, sachet, or loose, and I wind up giving it as a gift every year once people have tried it at a holiday party I have held. I usually bring my guests to visit their store for their tea tasting. It makes a great day out and a wonderful way to discover new teas you may have never tasted.

http://www.harney.com/

Copyright/All Rights Reserved B. A. Williams



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Elissa Joyce 5 years ago from US

It's really good for holiday party! voted up

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