Maxine Belfand’s irresistible Pisco Punch brings together high-quality pisco, white wine, pineapple and lemon juice. The relatively simple recipe allows the floral notes of El Gobernador pisco to really shine.
The punch bowl can make or break any summer gathering. The Hibiscus Summer Garden Punch is just the recipe to delight your guests, with its fresh blend of natural ingredients.
Cognac, sherry and peach tea make this summery punch a year-round crowd-pleaser.
Joy Wilson, aka Joy the Baker, has created this perfectly springy and bubbly brunch drink found in her book Over Easy. The citrusy cocktail for a crowd perfectly combines the whimsy of sherbet we all know and love from childhood with the adult effervescence of a weekend morning Mimosa. The result is simple yet brilliant.
Because who doesn’t like a boozy jack-o’-lantern?
Made with white wine and hard apple cider, it's the perfect football party cocktail.
Meet the ensemble cast critics will cheer for, featuring heavy-hitters like tequila, Yellow Chartreuse and velvet falernum.
A smoked honey syrup and spicy bitters lend subtle heat to this tequila-based party punch that serves eight to ten people.
Entertaining a crowd? This port-based punch will happily serve a group of 20.
Who doesn’t love an equal parts cocktail? Pineapple juice lends a sweet-tart thread to this sunny blend of rum and dry vermouth.
This infusion makes a fast-as-lightning cocktail. Just let pineapple chunks and rum hang out together for a few days. Then shake, strain and sip.
Inspired by the earthy flavors of cardamom, this cocktail combines espresso, pistachio vodka and cardamom syrup.
Chicago cocktail consultant Revae Schneider is fond of anything with rum, lemon, maple syrup and a little bit of bitters, served warm. Set this fragrant punch on the stovetop before guests arrive and let the comforting scent waft as they walk in the door.
This interchangeable eggnog recipe allows you to swap in your favorite base spirit or mix of spirits to create the perfect personalized punch. It’s easily multiplied to serve any size party, which means it’s the only ’nog you need this season.
The ultimate bubbly fall punch, best served in a pumpkin punch bowl.
This rum punch plays off cold-brew coffee’s bright orange-peel and spice flavors.
To prepare a Rum Swizzle, it’s best to use an authentic swizzle stick. Real swizzle sticks are long stems snapped off a tree native to the Caribbean, and feature multiple prongs that stick out horizontally. When spun rapidly between your hands inside a cold cocktail, the swizzle stick will create a thick layer of frost on the outside of a glass—the sign of a perfect swizzle.
This sparkling pear-and-cardamom elixir is the official cocktail of the 2014 Golden Globes.
An essential part of Christmas in Mexico, sweet, fragrant Ponche Navideño can be found simmering away on stovetops and at traditional outdoor markets all across the country from December 12 through January 6, the period during which the holiday is celebrated. Featuring traditional Mexican flavorings such as fresh sugar cane, guavas and tejocotes (a crabapple-type fruit), the punch is spiked with a healthy dose of rum and served piping hot to ward off any winter chills. Here in the U.S., it can be hard to find these items fresh. So this recipe relies on easy-to-find ingredients that lend their Mexican flair to an irresistible rum punch.
Serve a big bowl of this festive mezcal concoction at your next party.
This warming Scandinavian tipple is just what you need during chilly winter months.
This drink recipe first appeared in Jerry Thomas’ seminal 1862 The Bon Vivant’s Companion.
Whiskey and spiced rum spike this fresh-fruit punch.
This historic summer punch brings back the good ol’ days.
An instant-party-in-a-punchbowl for six, dreamed up by cocktail legend Dale DeGroff.
The citrusy, bubbly Boat House Punch is both gorgeous and delicious.
Try this summertime favorite with a bourbon punch.
Hoist one to the skull and bones. Arrr!
Throwing a big party? This tropical spiced rum punch recipe serves 25.
All hands on deck for the historic quadruple-liquor USS Richmond Punch.
What’s better than one super-fruit cocktail? A whole pitcher.
All that fruit is good for you; have another glass of this delicious White Sangria.
You’ll be claiming Angelo as your own relative after just one sip of this delightful Eggnog recipe.
Whether you're watching football, baseball or basketball, this bourbon punch goes well with friends and sports.
Enjoy the classic New Orleans cocktail, Brandy Milk Punch, with brunch.
Mix up a big bowl of this morally ambiguous punch.
When unexpected guests arrive at the door, there’s no easier party punch than Last-Minute Mulled Wine. Got a bottle of red wine lying around? Spike it with warm pantry spices like cinnamon and star anise, then amp up the flavor even further with a splash of bourbon or brandy. That’s how you capture the holidays in a mug.
Spike your iced tea with rye whiskey.
Mix up a whole bunch of this fall-flavored punch for your Halloween party.
Though its name means “incorrect Negroni,” this bubbly punch is the right drink for your next party.
The perfect punch to put any fiesta into gear.
Spice up your night with this complex cocktail.
An island paradise right in your glass.
This fresh, summery punch could have cooled the flames of the French Revolution.
Get your morning off to the right start with this drink from Ted Allen.
This tart, fruity and fizzy recipe makes about a gallon of punch.
An ideal summer punch for your next backyard barbecue.
Throw an autumn party with this port, cider and rye concoction.
The recipe for this classic Philadelphia tipple is at least 200 years old.