"The punch that packs a punch. The name describes its appearance, but the taste and potency will astound you! Great party concoction!" — Becky
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3 (2 liter) bottles
caffeinated citrus-flavored soda
1 (12 fluid ounce) can
frozen lemonade concentrate
1 (12 fluid ounce) can
frozen limeade concentrate
1 (750 milliliter) bottle
190 proof grain alcohol
I used this for a Halloween party, it made alot and was gone quickly. In PA where I live you cant buy grain alchol so I used 100 proof vodka and it was still great! I did add a can of frozen pinapple concentrate and floated slices of lime and orange on top. We also had frozen hands with gummy worms inside, floating around as well. It had quite a kick and was still really good! Fantastic!!!
Too sweet! Made a pitcher for ghouls-nite cocktail party & didn't get rave reviews. However, I am thinking about doubling the alcohol only & using it for shooters @ our big Halloween party.
I had a house party of about 20 adults, all seasoned drinkers, and the whole house was on tilt. If you couple this with jello shots, it's all good in the hood. I also got the jello shot recipe off the site.
Added sherbert and green food coloring as recommended. Was a great party drink. (Above picture is by me, it won't turn out that frothy and green unless you add the sherbert and food coloring)
Was a big hit, wouldn't change a thing but you might want to warn your guests-while strong, I don't think many people realized just how much of a pack it punched.
I could not find lime concentrate at the grocer. Instead of lime I used pineapple. To still stay true to the flavor, I added lime sherbet to give it a more frothy consistency and to keep it cold. It was great because you couldn't really taste the alcohol but after you stopped sipping and took a moment you could definitely FEEL it. I did only use 3/4 of the grain alcohol though and it was MORE than enough, especially towards the end of the batch.
Made this as directed, but I used vodka, added neon green food coloring, and floated frozen hands in the punch bowl. It looked like nuclear waste. Everyone loved it. Gave you a good kick too!
I was skeptical about how good this was going to be but I liked that it was easy and made a lot since we were having a party. But it was great! We added scoops of rainbow sherbet which added some more flavor and kept it nice and cold. Plus it melts into a film on top that looks cool. It tasted great - people couldn't get enough! (Also, for halloween we made an ice brain mold that I dyed red with food dye - bought the mold at Target - it looked awesome floating in the greenish punch!)
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