Original recipe yields 24 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
This has been a favourite recipe for my family for years. You can also add torn leaves of fresh mint to make it even more refreshing.
Delicious! The mix of juices is so refreshing, and the tea adds a nice depth that you just don't get with other punches. (I used Lipton Vanilla flavored black tea, and omitted the ginger ale.) ...
This recipe was a nice change of pace from your traditional "punch" recipes. I made it for a 4th of july picnic.
I made this for a large event we were hosting. It is yummy! I added about six cups of tea total just to up the tea flavor. It was loved by several people at the event!
Great punch!! I was so excited when I found this recipe! It is just like the punch my grandmother used to make, which recipe got lost after she died. Luckily I remembered the main ingredients an...
I used 4 cups each of the juices and the tea, and omitted the sugar altogether. It was delicious!
This punch was the hit of our recent bridal shower! It was simple to make and delicious; enjoyed by everyone.
I added a bit more tea than called for, and it was wonderful! Loved it!
Easy and great. I used all organic ingredients and natural gingerale for my daughter's birthday party. It was really great!