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Monster Mash Lemongrass Party Punch

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Since our Spiked Jolly Ranch Punch was such a hit, we decided to whip up another Halloween punch recipe and created this delicious Monster Mash Lemongrass Party Punch! Although this cocktail looks extra sugary and spooky, it’s actually a lemongrass tea-based cocktail punch that’s not overly sweet! Since there is no doubt everyone’s sweet tooth will be satisfied on Halloween, we thought it would be nice to serve a lighter, refreshing cocktail and then add in the spooky ice cube gummies and candy skewers as garnishes.

This Halloween punch recipe is so easy it literally consists of 4 ingredients! Lemongrass spearmint tea, lime juice, gin and a homemade clove simple syrup, which is also very easy to make! The ingredient combo for this punch is unique and I like serving something super different on Halloween night. The flavors blend together really well and overall it’s a very light and subtle punch.

I found these monster eyeball ice cube trays here and I love that the gummy is already in there and it’s as easy as just adding water to make these adorable ice cubes!

The candy skewers add some good ol’ Halloween fun to the cocktail. We found those at Williams-Sonoma. Candy corn gummies and mini sour pumpkin gummies! So fun!

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Monster Mash Lemongrass Party Punch
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Serves: 10 Cups
 
Measurements Ingredients
  • 6 cupssteeped lemongrass spearmint tea
  • 1 cupclove and cinnamon simple syrup (recipe in directions below)
  • 1/2 cupfresh squeezed lime juice
  • 1 cupgood quality gin
Directions
  1. To make the simple syrup, add 1 cup sugar, 1 cup water, 2 teaspoons whole cloves and 2 teaspoons cinnamon in small sauce pan and cook over medium heat until sugar is dissolved. Then strain the mixture through a mesh strainer and set aside.
  2. Steep 6 cups of lemongrass tea according to the directions on the box. Let it cool and then continue making the punch.
  3. Add in the lime juice, simple syrup and gin.
  4. Stir altogether and then add in a lot of ice and sliced limes.
 
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