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Port Punch

Tawny port and bourbon play together nicely in a not-too-strong punch
27 Ratings
100% would make again

There are so many reasons to love this made-for-a-party punch: It’s warm with autumnal spice, vibrantly hued and best, of all, it’s made with port so it’s not too crazy-strong. The fortified red wine offers plenty of flavor, while bourbon plays a supporting role. With its citrus and spice notes, it’s food-friendly, too, so your guests can sip it all night long.

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Port Punch

Recipe from the Tasting Table Test Kitchen for Crate and Barrel

Yield: About 12 cocktails

Cook Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 5 minutes


Two 750-mL bottles port (such as Sandeman Tawny)

12 ounces bourbon

12 ounces grapefruit juice

8 ounces spiced simple syrup

16 ounces lemon juice

16 ounces club soda

Punch bowl ice

8 lemon slices studded with cloves, for garnish


1. In a punch bowl, stir together all the ingredients, except the lemon slices, with the punch bowl ice. Garnish the bowl with the lemon slices. Use a ladle to serve in punch cups, tea cups or rocks glasses.

Crate and Barrel provided the product featured here and sponsored this post.

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