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Take your party punch to the next level with Seedlip

Garden Party Punch Garden Party Punch


Warm days and balmy nights filled with celebratory soirées call for something suitably festive in the drinks department. A fruity punch fits the bill – light, bright and beautifully refreshing, especially when made with Seedlip, the world’s first range of non-alcoholic spirits.

These beautiful concoctions add gorgeous fragrance to your summer punch, whether you opt for the fresh botanical notes of Seedlip’s Garden 108 or the warm spicy aromas of Spice 94. 


S P I C E D  R U M  P U N C H

Spiced Rum Punch Spiced Rum Punch


INGREDIENTS

  • Crushed ice, to serve
  • 100 ml Seedlip Distilled Non-Alcoholic Spirits Spice 94
  • 2 tbsp sugar syrup, or to taste
  • 150 ml spiced rum
  • 500 ml pineapple juice
  • 750 ml chilled tonic water or ginger beer

Serves 6-8

METHOD

  1. Half-fill a tall jug with crushed ice, then add lime wedges, squeezing the juice into the jug as you go. 
  2. Pour in the Seedlip Spice 94, sugar syrup, rum and pineapple juice, then top up with mineral water or ginger beer. 
  3. Stir well to combine and serve.

NOTE: sugar syrup is made by bringing equal parts sugar and water to the boil, stirring to dissolve the sugar. Cool and keep refrigerated – it’s a great standby if you plan on making cocktails this party season.


G A R D E N  P A R T Y  P U N C H

Garden Party Punch Garden Party Punch


INGREDIENTS

  • ½ mini seedless watermelon, chilled
  • Ice cubes, to serve
  • ½ Lebanese cucumber, thinly sliced
  • 2 limes, thinly sliced
  • 4-6 mint sprigs
  • 100 ml Seedlip Distilled Non-Alcoholic Spirits Garden 108
  • 2 tbsp sugar syrup, or to taste
  • 750 ml chilled tonic water or lemonade
  • Edible flowers, to serve

Serves 6-8


METHOD

  1. Scoop 1 cup of watermelon balls from the watermelon with a watermelon baller (you can dice the watermelon if you don’t have a baller) and chill until required, then juice the remaining watermelon and chill until required.
  2. To serve, half-fill a tall jug with ice, then add watermelon balls, cucumber, lime slices and mint. 
  3. Pour in the Seedlip Garden 108, add sugar syrup, watermelon juice and mineral water or lemonade.
  4. Stir well to combine and serve scattered with edible flowers.


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