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Pineapple-Gin Punch Recipe

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  • 1 tablespoon finely grated lime peel
  • 3 1/2 tablespoons fresh lime juice
  • 1/8 teaspoon orange bitters or angostura bitters
  • 1 large pineapple, peeled, cored, cut into 1/3-inch cubes

Recipe Preparation

  • Bring 1 cup water and sugar to boil in small saucepan, stirring until sugar dissolves. Reduce heat and simmer 5 minutes. Mix in lime peel; cool syrup.

  • Combine pineapple juice, 2 cups gin, club soda, lime juice, and bitters in punch bowl. Mix in pineapple cubes and enough syrup to sweeten to taste. Add more gin, if desired. Add ice block to bowl.

Reviews Section

Pineapple Gin Cooler Cocktail Perfect for Summer BBQs

Published: Jun 19, 2018 · Modified: Jun 16, 2020 by Michelle Ferrand ·This post contains affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

Summer is here and you and your friends need to celebrate with this Pineapple Gin Cooler Cocktail!

Pineapple, gin, lime juice and your favorite sparkling water of choice…what could be more refreshing? Honestly, I can’t think of anything more refreshing than this little cocktail! The pineapple juice makes ya feel like you are in a tropical paradise, the sparkling water adds bubbles (which is always fun!) and the gin…the gin is perfection in this cocktail recipe.

Pineapple Gin Punch

I wish I could go back in time and tell my 21 year old self that I would develop a thing for gin in my early 30s. For a long period of time I thought gin tasted like one of those pine tree air fresheners. My head immediately went to that scene in Seven. Yeah… I was such a brat every time Casey tried to get me to try some. Sorry, honey.

If I liked gin sooner, I wouldn’t have had a whole decade of drinking Jack Daniels under my belt.

Jack Daniels might be the reason why I’m partially crazy. Which is a good thing because you are here now to witness it.

I made this Pineapple Gin Punch with my Mexican Popcorn. Wowzers! Mint, pineapple & lime with gin provides a delightful combination.

It is the opposite of Jack Daniels. It definitely wouldn’t dance on top of a table, shout talk at people about their astrological signs or get mad when their husband says it’s time to go home from a party.

It’s slightly feminine, a bit mature, unexpected and it might have a son named Cooper.

Why is this drink turning into 32 year old Tracy? I told you…I’m crazy.

Blend mint, 1 cup of pineapple juice & sugar together.

Pour the green stuff in a pitcher with the rest of the pineapple juice.

Toss the lime juice in with the minty pineapple mixture.

Fill up your cups with ice. Add a lime wedge in each one. Pour your juice over the ice.

Now put a shot of gin up in!

One for you, one for me…we can split the third one or let’s invite someone special over.

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Watch the video: Sparkling Pineapple Punch (August 2022).