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Paradise punch makes a delicious fruity cocktail. Made with Absolut, Southern Comfort, and Amaretto and a blend of juices, this cocktail is perfect for parties!
I have to tell you guys, I have been obsessed with this drink since October. How this drink came to be my very favorite cocktail is a story that I have to share with ya.
While Mama and I were on the cruise in October, we were wandering around the ship one afternoon before we were scheduled to meet up with our group for dinner. We stopped into an area and sat at a table relaxing and watching the sea as we were sailing along.
We began talking with a couple at the table beside of us and before we knew it, they’d ordered drinks for us like the one that they were drinking. Bright and colorful, fruity and delicious, I immediately asked the waiter if the bartender would mind sharing the recipe. Thankfully, he did so that I can share it with you! If bright and colorful, fruity and delicious is what you are looking for in a cocktail recipe, then this is one I think you’ll love!
I think it would be perfect for your New Year’s Eve or really any other celebrations or parties. I love the idea that Stephanie from Southern Living shared with us all recently. She recommended creating a recipe card for the signature drink of your party and then setting up a tray with all of the ingredients guests need to make their own.
Here’s the recipe, courtesy of Princess Cruises.
Paradise Punch Recipe
- 1 1/2 ounces Absolut
- 3/4 ounce Southern Comfort
- 1/2 ounce Amaretto
- 2 ounce pineapple juice
- 4 ounces orange juice
- 1/2 ounce grenadine
- ginger ale
- Add Absolut, Southern Comfort, Amaretto, pineapple juice, orange juice and grenadine to a glass with ice. Add ginger ale to taste and stir to combine.
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Disclosure: I was a guest of Princess Cruises; however, all opinions are my own.
This is delicious!!! I also just tried your chocolate chery fudge and was a big hit at work!!! thanks so much for sharing your recipes 🙂