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Jamaican Rum Punch Recipe

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This Jamaican Rum Punch Recipe is the perfect drink for the summer. It’s delicious and refreshing and the perfect drink to bring you to the Caribbean. This post is meant for an audience 21 and over.

rum punch in glass with flamingo on top

Oh Jamaica! Jamaica! How I miss thee! I’ve got to say that I loveed growing up in a Jamaican household and I love everything about Jamaica, especially the food! Which is why I really should share more Jamaican recipes with you all. Noted! More Caribbean recipes to come in the future and will be added to my Carribean recipes page. But for now, I must share this Jamaican rum punch recipe with you.

So what’s in a Jamaican Rum Punch?

Good Jamaican Rum

Jamaican fruit punch syrup

Delicious juices

My secret ingredient of…sparkling wine!

I’d probably add sparkling wine to any punch I make because I’m a huge fan. This recipe is delish with or without it but I find that it lightens it up a bit.

So what kind of rum you may ask? I like to use Jamaican Appelton Rum in mine. I find that it doesn’t overpower the flavors. No worries if you can’t find Appelton, any dark rum will do. Hubby has taught me (he used to be a bartender) that a drink should not taste like straight liquor. Well my friends, this drink does not and it is super delicious.

This drink is perfect for a crowd and super easy to prepare. Serve this Jamaican rum punch with these cute little flamingo and pineapple straws for a real Caribbean feel.

Other Drink Recipes

Looking for more Jamaicain recipes??? Head over to the Recipe Category of Caribbean or try my Corned Beef and Cabbage and Callaloo and Saltfish recipes.

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Jamaican Rum Punch

This Jamaican Rum punch is the perfect summer drink. Enjoy the taste of the Caribbean with this authentic rum punch recipe. 
Course Drinks
Cuisine Caribbean
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 6 people
Calories 161kcal
Author Tanya


  • 2 cups pineapple juice
  • 1 ½ cup orange juice
  • 1 cup fruit punch syrup*
  • 1 cup rum dark
  • 1 cup sparkling white wine*
  • ¼ cup fresh lime juice


  • Mix it all in your favorite pitcher and enjoy over ice 🙂


*Fruit Punch flavored syrup is hard to find in some of the grocery stores in the States. I found mine at an International Grocery Store. I use Grace Fruit Punch Syrup. Grenadine or Strawberry flavored syrup would work as well. 
*I use Mascato white Sparkling wine
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Calories: 161kcal | Carbohydrates: 16g | Sodium: 2mg | Potassium: 226mg | Sugar: 13g | Vitamin A: 125IU | Vitamin C: 38.9mg | Calcium: 17mg | Iron: 0.4mg
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Saturday 25th of September 2021

I love all your Jamaican recipes because they are so very good. I lived and worked in JA for some 25 years way back in the 50s, 60s, and 70s, so I am really familiar with most JA foods and loved them all. Way back then, when you arrived at the airport in Kingston, you were handed a glass of Rum Punch. I already knew the "1 of sour,2 of sweet, 3 of strong, and 4 of weak" formula, but there was a special taste about the airport one , and I was told the "weak" was pineapple juice, not water. I was particularly intrigued by your addition of white wine, and I will be trying it shortly. Thanks for all you are doing to make us Jamaicans happy (and that does include me because I became a citizen shortly after Independence in 1962. Walk good always!


Monday 27th of September 2021

Nice!!! I think the white wine addition is a good twist. I hope you like it :)

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Friday 4th of June 2021

Real Jamaican Rum Punch 1 part sour (Jamaican lime) 2 part sweet (cane sugar preferable brown) 3 part strong (Wray&Nephew white rum) 4 part weak (old time people used tea, now, anything goes) Works every time