Frequent Flyer Gin Punch Recipe by top houston blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth

Immunity Boosting Citrus Gin Punch Cocktail

Made with the most delicious blend of citrus fruits, this immunity-boosting citrus gin punch cocktail recipe is just what your immune system needs! Inspired by a LOT of travel coming up for us, a blast of fresh citrus was in order. There’s no better way to ensure a great trip than by making sure your health is in tip-top shape.

My favorite part about this cocktail is that you can make a big batch and throw it in a pretty punch bowl! It was perfect for our sky-high rooftop patio makeover reveal with Woodard… and made good use of my gold swan punch bowl because I’m shameless like that.

Frequent Flyer Gin Punch Recipe by top houston blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth

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Frequent Flyer Gin Immunity Cocktail

  • Prep Time15m
  • Yield: 13 cups

Ingredients

  • 4 limes
  • 6 oranges
  • 3 grapefruits
  • 4 guavas
  • 5 pineapple slices
  • 2 1/2 cups gin
  • 1 bottle sparkling wine

Instructions

  • To start, juice the limes, oranges and grapefruits. Chop the guavas and pineapples up before blending them together in a blender with the juices. Strain the pineapple pulp and guava seeds with a fine mesh strainer. Pour the juice into your punch bowl before adding the gin and sparkling wine. Serve with citrus slices and enjoy!

When it’s all blended together, the pineapple and guava make it deliciously frothy! Just make sure to strain out the guava seeds with a fine mesh strainer, they’re not the most pleasant to crunch on while sipping.

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It’s fun to experiment with different garnishes and floaters. Throw some orange and lime slices into the punch bowl or top your cocktail with some frozen pineapple chunks! Serve it on your favorite bar cart like our Woodard outdoor tea cart, some gold accents, and the sunset.

Frequent Flyer Gin Punch Recipe by top houston blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar & ClothFrequent Flyer Gin Punch Recipe by top houston blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth Frequent Flyer Gin Punch Recipe by top houston blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth Frequent Flyer Gin Punch Recipe by top houston blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth Frequent Flyer Gin Punch Recipe by top houston blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth

Not a gin fan? It’s totally delicious with vodka too. Or you can turn it into an immunity-boosting mocktail, perfect for prepping the kids to go back to school!

Frequent Flyer Gin Punch Recipe by top houston blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth

Immunity Boosting Citrus Gin Punch Cocktail

Made with the most delicious blend of citrus fruits, this immunity-boosting citrus gin punch cocktail recipe is just what your immune system needs! Inspired by a LOT of travel coming up for us, a blast of fresh citrus was in order. There’s no better way to ensure a great trip than by making sure your health is in tip-top shape.

My favorite part about this cocktail is that you can make a big batch and throw it in a pretty punch bowl! It was perfect for our sky-high rooftop patio makeover reveal with Woodard… and made good use of my gold swan punch bowl because I’m shameless like that.

Frequent Flyer Gin Punch Recipe by top houston blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth

MY LATEST VIDEOS

Frequent Flyer Gin Immunity Cocktail

  • Prep Time15m
  • Yield: 13 cups

Ingredients

  • 4 limes
  • 6 oranges
  • 3 grapefruits
  • 4 guavas
  • 5 pineapple slices
  • 2 1/2 cups gin
  • 1 bottle sparkling wine

Instructions

  • To start, juice the limes, oranges and grapefruits. Chop the guavas and pineapples up before blending them together in a blender with the juices. Strain the pineapple pulp and guava seeds with a fine mesh strainer. Pour the juice into your punch bowl before adding the gin and sparkling wine. Serve with citrus slices and enjoy!

When it’s all blended together, the pineapple and guava make it deliciously frothy! Just make sure to strain out the guava seeds with a fine mesh strainer, they’re not the most pleasant to crunch on while sipping.

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It’s fun to experiment with different garnishes and floaters. Throw some orange and lime slices into the punch bowl or top your cocktail with some frozen pineapple chunks! Serve it on your favorite bar cart like our Woodard outdoor tea cart, some gold accents, and the sunset.

Frequent Flyer Gin Punch Recipe by top houston blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar & ClothFrequent Flyer Gin Punch Recipe by top houston blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth Frequent Flyer Gin Punch Recipe by top houston blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth Frequent Flyer Gin Punch Recipe by top houston blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth Frequent Flyer Gin Punch Recipe by top houston blogger Ashley Rose of Sugar & Cloth

Not a gin fan? It’s totally delicious with vodka too. Or you can turn it into an immunity-boosting mocktail, perfect for prepping the kids to go back to school!

Comments

  • Kathy epperly

    08.13.18

    Since when is gin an immune booster?

    • Hi Kathy,

      The juniper berries that gin is made from are packed with anti-aging antioxidants and also vitamin C! These are said to give your immune system a boost and ward off pesky colds!

  • brittni

    08.13.18

    Pretty! Love the way this looks and can’t wait to try it after baby arrives. Make these when you come visit. :)

  • If the taste is as good as the appearance, this drink should be a delight! Thank you for sharing!

    • Thats so sweet ! Thank you Juliana! We hope you give it a try !

  • Beth

    12.03.18

    Has anyone tried this without the Guava? Or is there something you’d recommend can be substituted INSTEAD of the Guava? I’m uncertain of the flavor Guava adds, so am looking for suggestions.

    • Hi Beth! This Immunity Boosting Citrus Gin Punch Cocktail is absolutely delicious as it is. I haven’t tried it with anything other than guava though.

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