Homemade Caribbean Rum Punch

Published Date
August 11th 2021
Caribbean Rum Punch in a short glass with fresh lime and pineapple cut
Aerial View of Caribbean Rum Punch in a punch bowl
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Caribbean rum has been around since the 17th century by refining sugar cane and distilling it in oak barrels. Companies like Angostura Ltd. have been making rum in Trinidad since 1876. Now, also considering that the Caribbean is rich in tropical fruits, it is easy to see how Rum Punch was born. The one thing that is iconic to Caribbean Rum Punch, though, is the Grenadine Syrup. This dark red-colored syrup made from pomegranate gives the punch its iconic color and sweet, tangy flavor. We would like you to try our Homemade Rum Punch recipe and use it to inspire your own. Please drink responsibly and always choose a designated driver!


Another must-try punch is our Caribbean Fruit Punch.

Author: Rachel Ottier-Hart
Average: 5 (6 votes)
Prep Time
15 mins
Cook Time
1 mins
Total Time
16 mins
10 persons



Using a 3-liter jug or pitcher, pour all the ingredients into it and stir to combine.
Taste for sweetness and add more grenadine if needed.
Served chilled or over ice in a glass.

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