Recipe by Barb
"I first made this punch for a wedding 25 years ago. I found a recipe for a peach punch but didn't care for it. This is my adaptation that actually tastes good. This is nice with a ring of ice with fruit or edible flowers frozen into it. Garnish with fruit or mint leaves."
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3 (11.5 ounce) cans
1 (6 ounce) can
frozen orange juice concentrate
1 (32 fluid ounce) bottle
3 (750 milliliter) bottles
I used peach schnapps instead of the peach brandy and it was a hit!
Made this for a dinner party, not a single drop left!! I took your advise and used a ice mold with fresh peaches and a few raspberries it it! What a hit!
I coudn't find peach nectar, so I used frozen peach concentrate, it was a little thick, so I added some sprite to thin it down a bit. Was a hit, tasted just like a bellini!
Like a belini, but better. Very good for brunch events and holidays.
very good and simple. I am giving it only a 4 because the people that I made the punch for were looking for more of the alcohol punch. This is great for a Bridal shower!
I used this punch at a christmas party 2 years ago.(I know late). It was the very best punch there. Everyone enjoyed it. People were drinking the punch over wine, beer and alcohol!!
A big hit for brunch!
This punch was a huge success for my girl's luncheon! The flavors blended very well and it wasn't too sweet.
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