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This Autumn Harvest Rum Punch has all the flavors of fall in one party punch recipe.  The best fall cocktail for a crowd!

Autumn Harvest Rum Punch Recipe in mason jar

Now that it’s officially fall, I’m so excited about the cooler weather.  The humidity has finally gone away here and my hair won’t be a frizzy mess anymore – Woohoo!  This is definitely my favorite season of the year.  I love everything about fall especially apple cider.  And, today’s fun cocktail recipes includes all the delicious flavors of fall in one fun punch.

Autumn Harvest Rum Punch

Autumn Harvest Rum Punch – The Best Punch for Fall!

This is definitely the best rum punch recipe for a party or get-together.  Not only does it include apple cider, but it also includes orange juice, cranberry juice, and pear juice.  But, you can’t have rum punch without rum!  Adding spiced rum is the perfect addition to this rum punch recipe.  And, I needed a little fizz so I like to top off the punch with some sparkling wine right before serving.  Just buy the cheapest sparkling white wine you can find.

This Autumn Harvest Rum Punch has all the flavors of fall in one party punch recipe. The best fall cocktail for a crowd!

Fall Rum Punch Ingredients

  • Apple cider
  • Orange juice concentrate – found in the frozen food section
  • Cranberry juice
  • Pear juice/nectar
  • Spiced rum
  • Sparkling white wine
  • Sliced oranges, apples, and pears
  • Frozen cranberries
  • Cinnamon sticks

How to make Autumn Harvest Rum Punch

Want to know another reason why I love this rum punch recipe?  It’s so easy to make!  Just dump the juices and spiced rum into a large pitcher.  Add fruit and cinnamon sticks and refrigerate before serving.  It doesn’t get any easier than that!  Add sparkling wine right before serving for the best fall party punch.

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Autumn Harvest Rum Punch

This Autumn Harvest Rum Punch has all the flavors of fall in one party punch recipe.  The best fall cocktail for a crowd!

  • Author: Kara

Ingredients

Scale
  • 8 cups apple cider
  • 1 (12 ounce) can frozen orange juice concentrate
  • 2 cups cranberry juice
  • 1 cup pear juice/nectar
  • 2 cups spiced rum
  • 1/2 bottle sparkling white wine
  • Sliced oranges, apples, and pears
  • Frozen cranberries
  • Cinnamon sticks

Instructions

  • Add all ingredients to large pitcher except sparkling wine.
  • Refrigerate for at least 1 hour before serving.
  • Add sparkling wine to pitcher right before serving.

Notes

Make this a mocktail easily by leaving out the spiced rum and swapping the sparkling wine with ginger ale or lemon lime soda.

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21 Comments

  1. This really does look good. I love all of the different flavors is has and the fruit on top makes it looks so pretty. This would definitely be great for our Thanksgiving crowd!

  2. I made this for a housewarming party and it was a HUGE hit! Everyone loved it and asked for the recipe. I doubled the recipe and added an extra cup of cranberry juice and rum. I used gold rum instead of spiced because it’s what I had and it was still delicious.

  3. This punch was amazing, my family keeps harassing me for the recipe and constantly ask me to make it, the flavors are perfect. I made a virgin batch too. Used gold Bacardi rum and double my recipe for the other non virgin batch thanks for the perfect recipe.

  4. Hi Kristen,
    for the pear juice/ nectar- Goya sells pear juice and it comes in a can usually it is in the Spanish food aisle at the supermarket. Good luck hope your able to find it !

  5. This looks and sounds amazing. I plan to make it for our before dinner thanksgiving cocktail. Quick question about the frozen orange juice concentrate. You’re just dumping the entire slushy contents in to the pitcher and not making it into juice first right? Thanks so much!

  6. I love the sounds of this punch except I find rum gives me an instant headache….and my friends like tequila drinks. Do you suppose tequila would be ok to substiute?

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