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Hi, Ladies!


We're having our AHR this weekend (informal Jamaican BBQ at our house) and I was wondering if any of you had a good recipe for rum punch?


We're going with a whole Jamaican theme - jerk chicken kabobs, rice, beans (all catered, thank God), red stripe and rum punch.


Thanks in advance!



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You should check allrecipes.com most recipes usually have reviews to help ya pick out a good one. I always get recipes on there and they are always good (unless as their rating is.)

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havent tried it but just googled it :)






Serves: 10-12


4 Cups water

1 Cup lime or lemon juice

3 cups strawberry-flavored syrup

2 cups Jamaican white rum


Mix all ingredients together in a punch bowl. Serve over ice cubes with a piece of lime or lemon. Water and rum maybe added to weaken or strengthen as needed.

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and this too:


Rum Punch is a staple in Jamaica, and is the perfect summertime drink. Everywhere you go, you’ll find rum punch. There are seemingly endless variations on this classic Jamaican drink, but this recipe is the most basic. This is closest to what I had most often in Jamaica, although I also tried more advanced variations, which I’ll mention at the end of the recipe.



The basic measurements are as follows:


1 part sour

2 parts sweet

3 parts strong

4 parts weak

What is used for each part (sour, sweet, strong, and weak) is what provides the endless variations. What I found most often is closest to these ingredients:


1 part fresh lime juice

2 parts grenadine syrup (Note: Anchor Cherry Syrup is more traditional in Jamaica, but harder to find elsewhere.)

3 parts Wray & Nephew Overproof White Rum

4 parts water


Mix all ingredients in a pitcher or punch bowl. Chill for at least 1 hour before serving. Serve over ice.

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and this too :)


Jamaican Rum Punch Drink Recipe

Ingredients My Bar

1 cup Vodka

1/4 cup Coconut Rum

1/2 cup Dark Rum

8 cubes Ice

1/4 cup Lime Juice

2 cups Orange Juice

2 cups Pineapple Juice

3 tbsp Grenadine


Jamaican Rum Punch Directions

Mix all ingredients together in a blender or punch bowl. Pour over ice cubes in any type of glass.

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Rum Cake

1 Box Yellow cake mix


1/2 cup rum

1/2 cup water

1/2 cup oil

1 box vanilla or French vanilla pudding


Bake in a bundt cake pan per directions on the box.



4 Tbl. cream cheese

1 Tbl. butter

2 - 3 cups powdered sugar

1 tsp. vanilla and/or rum

1 tsp. milk (more to make it thinner)

Drizzle over the hot cake

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Ever tried a Jamaica Smilehuh.gif We lived on those during our trip..lol It is half Strawberry Daquri, half Pina Coloda and then Rum Cream on top (Bailey or another irish cream wisky works too). I know it really doesn't work well for you AHR but when I saw Rum punch it brought back memories of Jamaica Smiles...lol My BM is having a 4th of July party next weekend and rented an resturant stye machine from Ace Hardware that will hold 2 different types of frozen drinks so we are making Smiles then! I cannot wait. I have actually been thinking about renting on for our reception but not sure if it is too late because we are only 2 weeks away now. Plus I think we would be spending more than we intended on on alcohol.

Sorry I know this was off topic alittle bit:-)

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