Passion Fruit Punch

Janice Joy Miller


I had a bunch of fresh passion fruits that I processed with some white rum and Truvia to make "passion fruit-ade" on a camping trip. The rum acted as a preservative - not intended to get drunk. When I got home, I still had a lot left over which stayed in the refrigerator for weeks. So, today, I wanted to use it up. I wanted to use sparkling water, but only had bitter lemon, ginger beer, and tonic water. Ginger beer was too sweet, so I added bitter lemon soda and angostura. OMG. Delicious. Not enough rum to make it terribly strong. You can add more if desired.


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10 - 15 or so
15 Min
No-Cook or Other


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2 c
fresh passion fruit pulp with seeds, blended in a blender
3 c
ginger beer (not ginger ale, but the spicier ginger beer)
3 c
bitter lemon soda
1 1/2 c
white rum (optional)
16 dash(es)
angostura bitters
truvia or simple syrup to taste.

How to Make Passion Fruit Punch


  • 1Blend passion fruit pulp in a blender or with an immersion blender. Add a little water if necessary - just enough to get it to blend. If you're adding the rum, use this instead of water to help it blend.
  • 2Strain out the crushed seeds if you want to do so. I don't.
  • 3Mix it all together in a punch bowl with ice.
  • 4Taste for sweetness and adjust as needed. Some ginger beers are WAAAY too sweet for my taste. Others are balanced. Stir gently if you add a sweetener so not to disturb the carbonation too much.

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About Passion Fruit Punch

Course/Dish: Punches
Main Ingredient: Fruit
Regional Style: American
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids, Healthy

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