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a wine glass
Best served in a wine glass

Scorpion Punch

Type: Punch

Ingredients:

  • 3 cl Almond SyrupAlmond flavoured syrup - the kind used to flavour coffee.
  • 5 cl BrandySpirit distilled from wine of grapes or other fruits e.g. see Apricot Brandy, Cherry Brandy or Blackberry Brandy. Normal non-flavoured brandy is smooth to taste and amber in colour.
  • 5 cl Lemon JuiceFreshly squeezed lemon juice or the bottled lemon juice you can buy in the grocery store - up to you.
  • 5 cl Orange JuiceFreshly squeezed, bottled or carton orange juice.
  • 30 cl White RumSpirit distilled from fermented sugar cane. White rum is clear, dry and light bodied, originating in Puerto Rica and matured for around 1 year before bottling.
  • 70 cl White WineUse any white wine in your cocktails - unless specifically noted in the recipe.


Method:

Mix all ingredients in a large jug.
Add ice and orange slices.

Serves: 11 people

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