Exotic red citrus punch is an ideal cooler and refreshing Christmas buffet!


In any party or gathering, people look for punch and enjoy it much more than alcoholic drinks. Christmas punch buffet is almost as exciting and enjoyable than any other drinks for the festivity.

When it comes to serving drinks on with the Christmas buffet this exotic red citrus punch is not only quick but easy to finish before the Christmas dinner is served.

It tastes great and harmless and non-intosticating hence the kids as well as the adults enjoy drinking it. But most importantly, it is the cheapest drink you can drink on a Christmas day.


1.     8 quarts of water or more

2.     1 1/2 C of sugar

3.     2 litres of ginger ale

4.     2 litres of black currant juice

5.     2 (46 oz) cans of unsweetened pineapple juice

6.     6 (14 oz) pkgs. of unsweetened strawberry drink mix or juice

7.     4 (6 oz.) cans of frozen orange juice, thawed

8.     3 1/4 C of frozen lemonade concentrate

This is the easiest to make as long as you have the ingredients ready.

You start with placing the sugar into a large saucepan.

Then, pour 2 quarts of the water into the pan and place the pan over a medium heat.

Cook, stirring constantly, until the sugar has completely melted.

Remove the pan  from the heat and stir in the strawberry drink mix.

Then, allow the mixture to cool to room temperature.

When cool and ready, place the syrup mixture into a large punch bowl and stir in the orange juice, blackcurrant juice, and lemonade until all are well mixed and combined.

Follow up with the addition of pineapple juice and the remaining water and stir again continuously until all are well blended.

You can add more water but then you must first taste the exciting concoctions  you have made. If it is tasty as it should be, then you lastly pour in the ginger ale and serve with ice. These are the easiest way to make exotic red citrus punch for a Christmas buffet. Healthy eating diet advice!

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