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Punch Is Huge This New Year’s Eve, and Here’s Why…

Whats better than a glass of champagne this New Years Eve? Punch, thats what. This recipe, which includes champagne, is virtually guaranteed to keep your guests in good spirits, and a bowl of premixed punch lets them help themselves, meaning no endless topping off of glasses for the hostess. So break out your punch bowl, mix up a batch, and prepare to field more than a few requests for the recipe.:

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Boozy Cranberry Punch

Need an easy batch cocktail for the holidays? Your search is over with this Boozy Cranberry Punch! The holidays are here and that means cocktail parties and holiday brunches galore.  Break out your punch bowl and fill it with this Boozy Cranberry Punch for a festive cocktail addition to your menu that your guests will love!...Read More »

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Boozy Cranberry Punch

Need a cocktail for the holidays? Break out your punch bowl and make this Boozy Cranberry Punch!

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exCUSE YOU JUNGKOOK JUST BECAUSE YOU'RE NOW AN "ADULT" *yeah i see you with your milk carton* DOESN'T MEAN YOU CAN PUNCH YO MAMA

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from PureWow

Welp, Bundt Pan Cocktails Just Blew Our Freaking Minds

Party punch just took on a whole new meaning- Bundt Pan Cocktails

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from by Tarla Dalal

Sangria (C &M)

Sangria comes from the Spanish word sangre, meaning blood from the colour. In Spain and the surrounding area, it is drunk at many festivals with great theatrical drama - poured directly into the mouth from a long spouted jug! The art lies in being able to drink the Sangria from varying heights without spilling any! It has now become a very well known drink, cool and packed with fruit. Ideally, Sangria needs to sit for a full day before it is served, to ensure a smooth and mellow taste. If a…

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I'd cock punch him for being mean, just sayin'

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from Cooking Light

Port of Call Punch

The process of muddling lemon peel and sugar is called oleosaccharum, from the Latin meaning “oil sugar.” The technique, which originated in the 1600s, releases fragrant oils from the citrus rind into the sugar, creating a wonderful floral taste that forms the backbone of the punch. A sprinkling of freshly grated nutmeg on top adds a warm, soothing, fragrant layer to the punch, which is remarkably complex-flavored despite having only six ingredients. Ruby Port has spent less time cask-aging…

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15 Pitcher-Perfect Cocktails For Breezy Bartending Duty: Cocktails taste better when they're enjoyed with good company, but rather than craft a bunch of different beverages (I mean, who really wants to be stuck with bartending duty all party long?), make pitcher drinks like sangria, margaritas, and punch. by jillian

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