Bring the tropics to brunch with this easy Pina Colada Rum Punch! A crowd-pleasing cocktail that goes down easy and only uses 4-ingredients!
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When the weather turns nice it always gets me thinking of spring and summer cocktails. Drinks perfect for brunch, afternoons by the pool, or warm evenings on the porch hanging out with friends. As much as I like whiskey, rum punch is my go-to recipe this time of year. Rum pairs wonderfully with tropical flavors and fruit juices. With Easter right around the corner, I’ve been concocting a crowd-pleasing brunch cocktail. Because we all know brunch without booze is just a sad, late breakfast…and we can’t have that.
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This pina colada punch recipe is heaven in a glass! Sweet pineapple juice and rum go fabulously with Torani Coconut Syrup and club soda for a light and refreshing drink that’ll rival any mimosa! I’ve been a Torani fan for years. I started out be using the vanilla and hazelnut syrups in my coffee, and then transitioned to adding it to cocktails and recipes, like my bourbon-caramel bacon jam. (And now I’m drooling.) There are so many fun flavors that inspire me every day in my cooking and cocktailing! If sugar-free is more your style, you’re in luck. Torani has the largest variety of sugar-free flavors around! If you’re a Torani fan too, you do NOT want to miss what’s waiting for you at the end of this post!! But about this punch…
How to make rum punch
- To a punch bowl or pitcher, add rum, fruits juices like pineapple and/or orange, flavored syrup like grenadine or coconut, and sliced fruit for garnish.
Pretty simple right? I used a silver rum for this rum punch recipe, but you could also use a coconut rum or a combination of the two. The coconut rum will boost the coconut flavor from the Torani Coconut Syrup even more. Pineapple juice is a must. I mean it’s called a PINA (pineapple) colada people. Then to help balance out the sweetness of this punch, a little club soda mixed in for fizz and to lighten things up. As far as rum punch recipes, this one is at the top of my favorites list.
Now, if you’re making this cocktail for a crowd, you’ll want to double the recipe. Turn this cocktail into a pina colada punch bowl or pina colada pitcher and add pineapple chunks (rind on!), cherries, and even some kiwi slices (for color) to make things pretty and get some major presentation points.
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Pina Colada Rum Punch
- To a cocktail mixing glass, add rum, Torani Coconut Syrup, pineapple juice, and club soda. Use a bar spoon to stir the punch together.
- Fill a rocks glass with ice. Pour punch over the ice until full.
- Skewers a pineapple chunk and cherry with a cocktail toothpick and place on top of the drink. Serve immediately.
All nutritional information is based on third party calculations and is only an estimate. Each recipe and nutritional value will vary depending on the brands you use, measuring methods and portion sizes per household.