Get ready to punch that bowl! Actually, maybe don’t. But definitely serve up one of Tipsy Bartender’s wild af large batch recipes because we have stacks on stacks of your favorite alcoholic punch recipes and even new ones. Y’all normally serve punch at parties, but we don’t discriminate, so we have your boozy needs covered from large batches of jungle juice, sangria recipes, and even fishbowl drinks for casual weekend chillin’. So grab your party pants because we’re diving into Tipsy Bartender’s alcoholic punch recipes!
Heck yeah! I’m down to clown with some punch for my events. I know you mentioned a couple types already, but what kinds are there?
No worries, homeboy! When it comes down to alcoholic punches, you have choices. You have your liquor punches that you can make, like vodka punch and tequila punch. But sometimes certain liquor-based punches get really popular like our classic rum punch recipe and sangria. Unlike rum punch with its main ingredient in the name, sangria is a little more mysterious if you’re not familiar with it. It’s a wine punch and also technically a brandy punch if you’re making a classic sangria recipe. And if you’re a party animal, you’ll definitely enjoy party punch recipes like jungle juices and fishbowl drinks.
Solid. Now that I’m more familiar with punches, where should I start?
Well that depends on what kind of event you’re having. If you’re throwing a large party, check out our party punch recipes like our Adios Jungle Juice. It’s especially great for if you’re looking to go wild because like its namesake cocktail, it’s a super strong alcoholic punch recipe. But if that’s too intimidating, you can always give one of our easy punch recipes a shot. Our Trash Can Punch is lit af while being easy with only three ingredients: Everclear, vodka, and Hawaiian punch. And this is Tipsy Bartender, so you know we’re hooking it up for the holidays with the best holiday punch recipes. If your families are as crazy as ours, mix up a batch of our Christmas sangria because it’s a great sangria recipe that even Grandma will love.