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Pineapple Mango Rum Punch Recipe That is Almost too Pretty to Drink

These oh-so-pretty rum punch cocktails are the perfect cocktail for the spring and summer months. They look cute, taste amazing, and are super easy to make - which means they're the perfect cocktail for parties and entertaining. This recipe is a pineapple mango rum punch with some really beautiful (completely edible) garnishes... orchids and orange zest anyone?!
Servings: 1 cocktail

Ingredients

  • 3 oz of pineapple coconut juice
  • 3 oz of coconut rum you can also use light or dark rum here instead
  • 1 oz of mango juice
  • 1 oz of orange juice
  • splash of grenadine mainly just for looks
  • lime slices and/or orange zest for garnish
  • edible flowers for garnish

Instructions

  • Step 1: Combine all juices.
  • Combine all juices (pineapple coconut, mango, and orange) and rum. Then stir.
  • Tropical rum drinks like this can be used with all kinds of fruit juices.
  • Step 2: Stir and pour over ice.
  • I like using nugget ice for cocktails because it looks really pretty. Plus, I like chewing ice and this one is the best!
  • Step 3: Add color.
  • This is an optional step, but I like adding a splash of grenadine for color to rum punch cocktails. The grenadine will fall to the bottom and give the drink a pretty ombre look.
  • It's not a necessary step, but definitely adds an unexpected pop of color - great for parties.
  • Step 4: Garnish.
  • To take this cocktail up a notch, add lime, orange zest, and/or edible flowers for garnish. I like using orchids for a drink like this because it makes such a big impact. Did you know that orchids are actually edible?
  • To get the orange zest ribbon I just used a peeler to peel a long strip of zest from the orange. Not going to lie, it took a couple of tried to get a long piece that I could then curl, but it's worth it, IMO.

Notes

Note for making larger rum punch batches
If making a rum punch in a large batch, rather than a single drink, treat the ounce numbers above as parts instead.
So, for example, if you're making a large batch of pineapple mango rum punch, you'd use 3 parts pineapple coconut juice, 3 parts coconut rum, 1 part mango juice, and 1 part orange juice.