Mix all ingredients together in a blender or punch bowl. Pour over ice cubes in any type of glass.
I don't like this recipe
posted by jamaican drunk @ 07:52PM, 8/11/06
The essence of jamaican rum punch is the true jamaican rum...namely "J. Wray and Nephew", your recipe is lacking in that.
Wrong amounts surely?
posted by Paul @ 11:35AM, 8/26/06
I can't believe that this recipe is for 1 serving???? It would blow your head off. 1 cup of barcardi is equal to 8oz or 257ml!!!! The fruit juice alone amounts to 16oz or a pint! Has anyone else got comments on this recipe???
This is not true rum punch
posted by Rum @ 02:13PM, 1/05/07
How can this be rum punch without the real Jamaican rum.
posted by baddab @ 01:55PM, 1/15/07
Serving size is one punch bowl
posted by yo' mama @ 07:26PM, 2/02/07
Paul, read the recipe, jamaican drunk, rum tastes like rum when mixed with 5 other ingredients... the brand doesn't matter.
This recipe can't be Jamaican without Wray & Nephew rum.
posted by Allan @ 11:52AM, 2/04/07
Sorry but the first comment is correct. Taste Wray & Nephew... it has a very distinctive flavour that is Jamaica.
Instead of Malibu C. rum try using coconut milk, 1 tin. The second comment re the amount of rum - Wray & Nephew is overproof which will limit the amount used.
Is this recipe geared to the taste of alcohol or the taste of the fruit with a "little" punch from Jamaica?
Wray and Nephew a must
posted by Shotta @ 10:42PM, 4/15/07
Bacardi 151 is amazing... but to make JAMAICAN rum punch... you need JAMAICAN RUM... Get Wray & Nephew or Appletons to make this recipe...
Best punch ever
posted by Gale @ 07:58AM, 4/30/07
I have tried numerous recipes for authentic Jamaican rum punch, and believe me, this is the real deal. It'll knock your socks off. The one serving size is for a punch bowl size. I serve it at parties and give people 8 oz glasses. The ladies love it...incredibly easy to drink. Pour it in a shaker and serve in a martini glass and call it a rum kick martini.
This is by far the best recipe ever for jamaican rum punch.
I use Appleton's rum instead of myers. Appleton from Jamaica mon.
RE: wrong amounts
posted by Sue @ 01:36PM, 5/04/07
I think you are right. I am sure it is safe to assume that if you are mixing it in a punch bowl that it serves more than one person. Traditionally, punch glasses are 4 oz serving sizes so this shoud make 16-20 servings over crushed ice.
As to the other comment if you prefer JWRAy & Nephew to Bacardi, fgo ahead and use that. Not all Jamaicans are exclusive to J Wray & Nephew. It is entirely a choice of preference.
Probaby means one punch bowl serving
posted by lynnette @ 02:57PM, 5/04/07
Yea i think that is one punch bowl serving.
Real Jamican Rum Punch
posted by Phillip Morris @ 08:33PM, 5/15/07
Rum Punch is a staple in Jamaica, and is the perfect summertime drink. Everywhere you go, you'll find rum punch. There are seemingly endless variations on this classic Jamaican drink, but this recipe is the most basic. This is closest to what I had most often in Jamaica.
The basic measurements are as follows:
1 part sour
2 parts sweet
3 parts strong
4 parts weak
What is used for each part (sour, sweet, strong, and weak) is what provides the endless variations. What I found most often is closest to these ingredients:
1 part fresh lime juice
2 parts grenadine syrup (Note: Anchor Cherry Syrup is more traditional in Jamaica, but harder to find elsewhere.)
3 parts Wray & Nephew Overproof White Rum (or Bacardi Light White Rum)
4 parts water
Mix all ingredients in a pitcher or punch bowl. Chill for at least 1 hour before serving. Serve over ice.
Wrong mixture, follow this and its great
posted by boarder @ 05:00PM, 6/05/07
I agree with using real jamaican rums but use what you have and it will do. We ran out of 151 so I substituted spiced rum and it went down the same.
1 cup bacardi 151 or spiced will do as well
1/2 cup Dark Rum
1/4 cup Malibu rum
10 cups pineapple juice (2 large cans)
6 cups orange juice (concentrate mixed up works fine)
1/4 cup lime juice
5 tblsps of Grenadine
mix all together in a large metal tub or bowl. throw in sliced strawberries and pineapple. Before the party take some round tupperware containers and freeze water in them so you have floating pieces of ice to keep the punch cold, ice cubes melt to fast. it was a hit. i made 3 batches to start and we had to make a run for more juice. you'll love it. it has a kick but you won't notice it.
Jamaican Rum Punch (from Bartender Book)
posted by Jackie @ 03:41AM, 6/06/07
Makes 35 6oz. servings....
1 Pineappple Peeled & Cored
2 Cups Lemon Juice
1/2 Cup Superfine Sugar
1 (750ml) Bottle Light Rum
1 (750ml) bottle Anejo Rum
16 oz. Dark Rum
1 Quart Pineapple Juice
1 & 1/2 Quarts Orange Juice
1 Teaspoon Ground Nutmeg
1 Teapsoon Ground Cinnamon
1 Teapsoon Ground Mace
1 Teaspoon Ground Allspice
12 oz. Club Soda
Take 1/2 of the pineapple & chop finely. Slice the other 1/2 of the pineapple thinly. In a large bowl, Stir lemon & Sugar together until sugar is dissolved. Add: chopped pineapple, Light Rum, Anejo Rum, Dark Rum, Pineapple Juice, Orange Juice, Nutmeg, Cinnamon, Mace, Allspace & Club soda. Stir Well. Add 1 large block of ice of ice mold.
Optional: Create your own ice molds using a muffin tin. Fill each muffin tin 3/4 way with water and place pineapple on top. Place in freezer and allow to freeze completely. Release molds by placing tin in large bowl or pan with warm water. Place in punch bowl.
Garnish punch bowl with remaining pineapple slices.
Rather than 1 whole quart pineapple juice, use 3/4 of a quart. Freeze the remaining 1/4 of a quart into muffin tin molds or ice cube trays and use to keep cool rather than ice which ends up watering it down!
....I have never tried this but it came from a bartender book. The ice molds are my own idea and have worked nice in other recipes.
posted by Marenika @ 06:53AM, 7/25/07
Mi confuse mon, mi avin a lickle get togeda Saturday and mi won mi bredren fi taste di true Jamaican ting. Is dis ting ere good mon or bad?? Mek ya minds up mon!! Mi tiaad of di run round. Recipie SWEET or SOUR and mi nah talk about sweetie mon. Mi won a Jamaican kick!
posted by JAFAICAN from W.London @ 06:21PM, 7/30/07
Marenika, you took the words right from my mouth. I am having a night on Sat and the guests all know what a real Jamiaican Rum Punch taste like. These recipes better be good or I am gonna get Jerked and cooked pon de BBQ!
The real thing
posted by dollsaboard @ 12:14PM, 8/08/07
Actually Phillip Morris has got this down pat! If you are looking to replicate the real Jamaican taste, his basic recipe is what we Jamaicans use. You can experiment with the sweet aspect of the recipe to get different flavor..ie instead of using grenadine, you can use pineapple juice/guava punch or tropical fruit punch (I use our local Grace brands)
Its a REAL DRINK
posted by Mr Garrett @ 10:47PM, 9/16/07
My wife's not a drinker. Frist arrived @ The Half Moon in Jamaica. She was introduced to the RUM PUNCH!!!!!!! IT punch her didn't come out of the room the rest of the evening. We give it a 10....
posted by MixMasterFlex @ 11:39AM, 9/24/07
Wray and neph
malibu or cocoanut milk
a splash of pineapple
fresh lime juice.
Best Punch Ever
posted by O' @ 01:34PM, 10/27/07
Gale send your friends to me and they will never drink your punch ever again. All you will lose all those ladies you say love it. Jamaican rum punch has to be made with jamaican rum, hence the name. What you are making is rum punch, but stop calling it jamaican, as that is a gross misrepresentation.
posted by Gilligan Sien @ 12:17PM, 11/19/07
1/2 Malibu Passion Fruit
1/2 Coca Cola
Best done in shots or if you want full glass drinks.
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