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from "The "Pirates House Punch Skull Crusher"
recipe from The Pirates House, Savannah, GA.*
This is one of those adaptations created because I needed to make a small batch instead of
the huge quantity described in the cookbook. I also eliminated an ingredient or two
and improvised. This is great for a summer "Happy Hour" on your deck or
in your backyard. It does creep up on you because it doesn't taste like alcohol so
be careful! Richard loves this one when he is particularly stressed and needs to
pretend he is on vacation. Pour over ice in a tall glass. You can add those
silly paper umbrellas if you have them.
*The Pirate's House Restaurant,
was originally a rendezvous for blood-thirsty pirates and sailors.
Mix all in a 2 quart container. We
dont use a blender for this usually. Dont add ice to the mixture but
pour it over ice in a tall glass. This drink mixture is best if left for a few days
in the refrigerator. Serve in a pretty punch bowl with the fruit floating in it for
Note: The Pirates House strongly
suggests adding maraschino cherry juice to this drink (enough to make it a pinky-orange
color). We havent tried that because it sounded too sweet. If you try it, let us
know how it is.
Cups red grapefruit juice (Ocean Spray Ruby Red)
3 Cups pineapple juice (Dole)
4 Cups orange juice (Tropicana)
1 Cup ginger ale
1 2/3 Cups Rum (could be left out for non-drinkers)
Fruit slices: lemon and lime (sometimes