Halloween is around the corner, and my kids are so much excited to dress up and go for trick-o-treat. I am planning to make Boo-biscotti for them. It is another Friday so for us adults I made this Mr. Hitchcock’s Rum punch.
My daughter wants to be Bella, where as son want to be Kylo Ren. He is a Star Wars fan. Both of them got their costumes already and their accessories too. I need to get some candies for them as well as for trick-o treater’s.
I got this recipe from a magazine while waiting in my dentist’s office. Yes, doctor’s office wait are most notorious ones with my two kids running around and my hubby who like to look at his favorite National geographic magazine, I want to be strict mom telling them to not run around. But 75% of the time my order goes in vain. As doctor starts calling one by one of our family I got some time to flip the magazine and found this recipe. As usual I adjusted the ingredients based on my pantry, and made changes to get this delicious drink.
For me Hitchcock’s movies are best horror movies, which keep you on the hook. My hubby is a fan of horror movies, he watches mainly this genre compared to any other ones. I thought if Mr. Hitchcock’s movies are good then the rum punch in his name can’t be bad. I decide to try my hand on it. I also tried to make it a fruit based alcoholic drink. If you follow this blog you will know I am fruity booze fan.
This is a simple drink made with orange juice, pineapple juice, white rum, almond liqueur and orange liqueur. I made it with fresh juices I had in my hand, or you can use store bought juices. Even with fresh juice I found it sweet. If you are hosting Halloween party try to make this; your guests will enjoy this drink with spookiness in its name but sweetness in its taste.
Mr. Hitchcock’s Rum punch
- ¼ cup pineapple juice chilled I used fresh juice
- ¼ cup orange juice chilled I used fresh juice
- 1 ½ ounces of Plantation rum
- 1 ounce almond liqueur
- 1 ounce Triple sec/ orange liqueur
- Splash orange bitters
- Splash of grenadine
- Garnish: orange peel
- Fill a cocktail shaker with rum, liqueurs’, pineapple juice, orange, juice, bitters. Shake vigorously and strain it into a chilled glass with ice and add splash of grenadine and garnish with orange peel.
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This is Swathi ( Ambujom Saraswathy) from Zesty South Indian Kitchen who loves to explore cuisines from all over the world. Whenever possible I try to to give an Indian touch to several of the world cuisine, and has weakness for freshly baked bread. All the recipes you see here are created by me and approved after taste-test by my family.