A Pineapple Mango Rum Punch Recipe Almost too Pretty to Drink (2024)

A rum punch recipe that will make you feel like you’re in the Caribbean. Who’s in?!

To kick off our upcoming vacation (going on a cruise) and celebrate the fact that tomorrow is World co*cktail Day (!!!), I’m sharinga fruity rum drink recipe inspired by our upcoming travels to the Southern Caribbean.

Rum punch co*cktails in particular are kind of the perfect co*cktail IMO because they look cute, asset great, and are super easy to make – which means they’re the perfect co*cktail for parties and entertaining.

This recipeis a pineapple mango rum punch with some really beautiful (completely edible) garnishes… orchids and orange zest anyone?!

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We’re headed to the Southern Caribbean and this rum punch seemed pretty appropriate for the occasion. Maybe they’ll have something like this on the cruise? Or at one of the beaches we’re headed to….

We’re hitting up Aruba, Dominican Republic, Curacao, and on this trip and I cannot wait. Super pumped about Curacao and Aruba especially.

I swear, no matter how many times I go to the Caribbean, I always feel like I could go again. Ireally do love tropical vacations more than any other.

That said,I recognize that not everyone is about to head out on a tropical vacation. BUT you can at least feel like you are with this rum punch recipe.

It’s a little bit sweet, but not too sweet.

And super fresh tasting too –like it is straight out of a Caribbeanpressed juice bar, that has been known to spike a drink or two. Now, that’s a place I want to visit. 🙂

Here’s the recipe for pineapple mango rum punch…

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Ingredients for Pineapple Mango Rum Punch

Makes one co*cktail.

  • 3 oz of pineapple coconut juice
  • 3 oz of coconut rum (you can also use light or dark rum here instead)
  • 1 oz of mango juice
  • 1 oz of orange juice
  • splash of grenadine (mainly just for looks)
  • lime slices and/or orange zest for garnish
  • edible flowers for garnish

How to MakePineapple Mango Rum Punch

Step 1: Combine all juices.

Combine all juices (pineapple coconut, mango, and orange) and rum. Then stir.

Tropical rum drinks like this can be used with all kinds of fruit juices.

Step 2: Stir and pour over ice.

I like using nugget ice for co*cktails because it looks really pretty. Plus, I like chewing ice and this one is the best!

Step 3: Add color.

This is an optional step, but I like adding a splash of grenadine for color to rum punch co*cktails.

The grenadine will fall to the bottom and give the drink a pretty ombre look.

It’s not a necessary step, but definitely adds an unexpected pop of color – great for parties.

Step 4: Garnish.

To take this co*cktail up a notch, add lime, orange zest, and/or edible flowers for garnish.

I like using orchids for a drink like this because it makes such a big impact. Did you know that orchids are actually edible?

To get the orange zest ribbon I just used a peeler to peel a long strip of zest from the orange.

Not going to lie, it took a couple of tried to get a long piece that I could then curl, but it’s worth it, IMO.

Note for making larger rum punch batches

If making a rum punch in a large batch, rather than a single drink, treat the ounce numbers above as parts instead.

So, for example, if you’re making a large batch of pineapple mango rum punch, you’d use 3 parts pineapple coconut juice, 3 parts coconut rum, 1 part mango juice, and 1 part orange juice.

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I’ve been to theCaribbean a few times, like I mentioned, and every time I’ve visited, there are always, ALWAYS a fewrum drinks on hand.

They’re pretty much everywhere!

So, I’m hoping that this recipe willgive you all of the tropical vibes today.

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Pineapple Mango Rum Punch Recipe That is Almost too Pretty to Drink

These oh-so-pretty rum punch co*cktails are the perfect co*cktail for the spring and summer months. They look cute, taste amazing, and are super easy to make - which means they're the perfect co*cktail for parties and entertaining. This recipeis a pineapple mango rum punch with some really beautiful (completely edible) garnishes... orchids and orange zest anyone?!

Servings: 1 co*cktail

Ingredients

  • 3 oz of pineapple coconut juice
  • 3 oz of coconut rum you can also use light or dark rum here instead
  • 1 oz of mango juice
  • 1 oz of orange juice
  • splash of grenadine mainly just for looks
  • lime slices and/or orange zest for garnish
  • edible flowers for garnish

Instructions

  • Step 1: Combine all juices.

  • Combine all juices (pineapple coconut, mango, and orange) and rum. Then stir.

  • Tropical rum drinks like this can be used with all kinds of fruit juices.

  • Step 2: Stir and pour over ice.

  • I like using nugget ice for co*cktails because it looks really pretty. Plus, I like chewing ice and this one is the best!

  • Step 3: Add color.

  • This is an optional step, but I like adding a splash of grenadine for color to rum punch co*cktails. The grenadine will fall to the bottom and give the drink a pretty ombre look.

  • It's not a necessary step, but definitely adds an unexpected pop of color - great for parties.

  • Step 4: Garnish.

  • To take this co*cktail up a notch, add lime, orange zest, and/or edible flowers for garnish. I like using orchids for a drink like this because it makes such a big impact. Did you know that orchids are actually edible?

  • To get the orange zest ribbon I just used a peeler to peel a long strip of zest from the orange. Not going to lie, it took a couple of tried to get a long piece that I could then curl, but it's worth it, IMO.

Notes

Note for making larger rum punch batches

If making a rum punch in a large batch, rather than a single drink, treat the ounce numbers above as parts instead.

So, for example, if you're making a large batch of pineapple mango rum punch, you'd use 3 parts pineapple coconut juice, 3 parts coconut rum, 1 part mango juice, and 1 part orange juice.

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What do you think of this rum punch recipe?Are you a fan of rum drinks too?

P.S. If you’re looking for more rum punch recipes like this one, try this even simpler limited ingredient pineapple rum punch.

It’s a very simple rum drink, but equally delicious.

A Pineapple Mango Rum Punch Recipe Almost too Pretty to Drink (2024)
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