Recipe by ADWANA
"Great fruity punch with a serious kick!. Be very careful though, it will sneak up on ya! I use a large cooler to mix it in, because it makes five gallons. You can really play with the ingredients, basically just put in whatever you like."
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190 proof grain alcohol
1 (46 fluid ounce) can
2 (4 ounce) packets
sweetened tropical punch flavored drink mix powder
apples, cored and sliced with peel
oranges, sliced into rounds
seedless green grapes
I made this for a party - pretty potent!
Used to make something like this in Texas, but used a buncha' cheap vodka; and, in addition to the listed fruits, also used peaches, pineapple, watermelon, etc. Let it sit in the 'fridge for about four days. The liquid was potent, but the fruit was LETHAL!
We call this drink Harry Buffalo in the Midwest
We used to make this in college (eons ago) and also called it "Hunch Punch." I think that "hunch" came from the inevitable posture the consumer took later in the evening. I also recall the recipe being somewhat fluid (no pun intended) and consisting of whatever we could afford- the grain alcohol being a constant. The remnants we used as a solvent for removing stubborn road tar from the underside and wheel wells of our cars.
We used to make something like this but we called it Hunch Punch. We used a big ice cooler. Pour in PGA and then put any type of fruit you like in. Chunck pinneapples are the best. Let the fruit set overnight then we added Hawian Punch. Put a bag of ice still in the bag to keep cold.
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