Green Grog

Green Grog

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"We like to call it the green drink. It's sweet, it's sour, it's tasty and it packs a real punch so go slow."

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7 m servings
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(without alcohol)- kids love the sweet taste (alcohol added) - adults liked it but thought it was a little too sweet. Make sure everything is cold when it is prepared. If anything is added th...

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tasted good, but not a big hit at the party

(without alcohol)- kids love the sweet taste (alcohol added) - adults liked it but thought it was a little too sweet. Make sure everything is cold when it is prepared. If anything is added th...

This is excellent! I served this at a Halloween party tonight and everyone kept telling me how much they loved it. Not too sweet, not too much alcohol, just right! I will definitely make this ag...

This is so yummy! Be warned--it doesn't taste like there's any alcohol in it.

Nice change. I served this at a St. Patty's Day luncheon. I was unsure of the sherbet/rum combination but turned out kinda sweet and sour. Very good. Makes a lot. I would suggest making 1/2 of...

I made this as a non-alcoholic punch for a carry in and I think it really requires the rum. It was so tart that not many people seemed to like it. I will definitely make this again but WITH ru...

This is a great party drink - for either Halloween or Christmas. I placed it in a black cauldron for our Halloween party, it was a big hit!

This is a great drink. I made it for a Halloween party and it was a hit. After reading others' reviews, I decided to double the rum, which was a really good idea because 750 mL isn't enough (a...

I served this punch Halloween 2005. I doubled the recipe and it still went extremely fast. It's delicious and my guests are still talking about it and have demanded that I make it again for Ha...

A Super HIT with my guests. Have already shared the recipe with 2 guests. Would recommend to add 1 litre of Rum instead of just 750 ml.