Hawaiian Party Punch is an easy vodka party punch with rum and pineapple. This easy cocktail recipe is the perfect punch for a party or summer BBQ.
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Something funny: I’m writing a post about Hawaiian Punch while I’m sitting in a hotel in Mexico. It feels somewhat backwards, lol. (I should be writing a post about Hawaiian Margaritas but I’ve done that already.)
It’s the summer of punch recipes and this one is a keeper! So far over the past few weeks I’ve shared Blue Hawaiian Punch, Skinny Vodka Party Punch, and a punch that will Knock You Naked. (BTW, I still have a few punch recipes up my sleeve for the next few weeks.)
To me, summers are about BBQ, pool parties and entertaining and I can’t entertain without a punch recipe. That’s why I love creating party punches – my brain goes into overdrive when I start thinking about new flavors.
Hawaiian Party Punch is an easy vodka party punch that will take you away to the beach with the flavors of Hawaii: pineapple, orange and rum.
Back a few years ago I discovered y’all liked Hawaiian cocktail recipes when I first posted my Hawaiian Mimosas. The combination of rum and pineapple with champagne just knocked your socks off and that’s still one of my top posts today.
Of course I made tons more Hawaiian recipes and then I made a Fruity Vodka Party Punch that went bonkers and I realized y’all are kind of lushes – you like your cocktails. Don’t worry, I like mine too, so we’re perfect for each other.
Party punch recipes with alcohol are the perfect summer drink for when you’re having a BBQ or a pool party…or just a random Thursday.
Vodka Party Punch is Hawaiian when you add rum and pineapple juice!
To me, anything with pineapple instantly becomes tropical. I can’t think about pineapple without thinking abut Hawaii.
I love drinking pineapple drinks when we visit the islands (a pineapple mimosa is my favorite) so whenever I’m coming up with new Hawaiian cocktails, pineapple is first and foremost in my mind.
In addition to pineapple juice, this recipe includes:
- Orange juice
- White rum
- Coconut rum
- Lime juice
That’s right: three kinds of alcohol! Vodka with rum and coconut rum – this cocktail is more likely to knock you naked!
You can also make this Hawaiian Punch without alcohol for the kids.
Often I like to make a party punch for kids without alcohol and then have an alcoholic version for the adults. What I do when I serve this for kids is I mix the juices (orange, pineapple, and lime) and then I mix the alcohol separately. The adults can add the vodka and rum mixture to their drink and the kids can still drink the punch!
I find that kinds feel so grown up with a fun drink at parties, it’s easy to make this in two different ways so that both adults and kids can enjoy this party punch.
Hawaiian Vodka Party Punch is the perfect summer cocktail recipe and serves a crowd!
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Hawaiian Vodka Party Punch
- 46 ounces pineapple juice 1 can
- 2 cups orange juice
- 1/2 cup lime juice
- 1 cup vodka
- 1 cup white rum
- 1 cup coconut rum
- 3 limes sliced
- Pineapple sliced
- Maraschino cherries for garnish
- Mix all ingredients in a pitcher. Serve over ice garnished with pineapple, lime, and cherries.
Nutritional information not guaranteed to be accurate
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Published on: June 27, 2019