Hurricane Punch Cocktail Recipe

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An easy Hurricane Punch Cocktail Recipe that everyone will Love! It’s easy to make and only calls for a few ingredients making this the perfect cocktail for every occasion.

Hurrican Punch Cocktail

If you’re looking for an easy party punch recipe, you’ve come to the right place!  This Hurricane Punch is an easy cocktail punch that’s perfect for every occasion.  And, this recipe couldn’t be any easier to make.  All you need to do is add all the ingredients to a pitcher or punch bowl and you’re ready to enjoy a delicious cocktail with all your favorite people.

Hurricane Party Punch

Hurricane Punch Cocktail Ingredients

This Hurricane Punch recipe requires simple ingredients that are easy to find at any grocery store.  To make this easy tropical cocktail you’ll need:

  • Fruit punch – I used Hawaiian Punch but any fruit punch will work in this recipe.
  • Frozen Limeade Concentrate and Thawed Frozen Orange Juice – Thaw before making this punch.
  • Light rum – You can’t make a hurricane cocktail without rum.  I like to use light rum but you can use dark rum if that’s what you already have.
  • Oranges and Limes – Slice oranges and limes to garnish glasses and punch bowl/pitcher.
How to Make Hurricane Punch Step-by-Step Directions

How to Make Hurricane Punch

  1. First, place ice in large punch bowl or pitcher.  Add all ingredients to punch bowl/pitcher and stir to combine.  Add lemon and lime slices to pitcher/party bowl.
  2. To serve, pour punch into individual glasses and garnish with lemon and lime slices.
How to Make Hurricane Punch

Frequently asked Questions

Can I make this recipe ahead of time?

Yes, you can definitely make this party punch ahead of time. Just don’t add ice to the pitcher or punch bowl and refrigerate before serving. Serve over ice to keep drink cold.

Can I make this drink without alcohol?

Yes, this can easily be a mocktail. I would replace the rum with lemon lime soda or ginger ale for a fun non-alcoholic party punch.

Can this recipe be doubled or tripled?

Yes! This is a great party recipe that can easily be doubled or tripled – perfect for large parties.

Hurricane Punch - The Perfect Party Punch

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Hurricane Punch

An easy Hurricane Punch Cocktail Recipe that everyone will Love! It’s easy to make and only calls for a few ingredients making this the perfect cocktail for every occasion.
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Servings 10 -12 servings


  • 8 cups 64 ounces fruit punch (I used Hawaiian Punch)
  • 1 can frozen limeade concentrate thawed
  • 2 cans frozen orange juice thawed
  • 4-5 cups light rum depending on how strong you want it


  • Place ice in large pitcher or punch bowl.
  • Add fruit punch, limeade concentrate, orange juice, and rum to pitcher/punch bowl.  Stir to combine.  Add lemon and lime slices to pitcher/punch bowl.
  • To serve, pour into individual glasses.
  • Garnish individual glasses with lemon and lime slices.
  • Cheers!
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  1. This sounds like a refreshing punch to serve in the Summer, even if alcohol is left out for those who do not drink alcohol! Question – what size cans of frozen concentrate orange juice and limeade did you use?

  2. I am trying this for my daughter’s wedding please answer what sizes each of o.j. and limeade to use.Thanks

  3. Can this recipe be put into mason jars and kept in a cool place for a couple weeks before serving?

  4. Is water added with the concentrate? I would like to make this without the alcohol with an option to add rum on the side.

  5. No water is added. I would substitute the rum with lemon lime soda or club soda and then add rum to individual glasses.

  6. Seems amazing and totally making. Can I use lime juice if I can’t find the frozen limeade?

  7. This punch was easy to make and pretty awesome. Everybody loved it and it was the only beverage that was empty at the end of the night. I couldn’t find the limeade concentrate so I substituted with 1 cup of lime juice and 1 1/3 cup sugar. Cheers!

  8. I Googled “red punch” and made this recipe last night, following the 2x ingredients exactly. It was the furthest thing from red, the picture, or taste even close to a Hurricane. It was orange, and thick – one guest commented it looked like “soup”. It was sugary sweet. There was a ton left at the end of the party. The host suggested we put it Solo cups and put it in the freezer overnight. I will write a follow-up if “orange slushies” is a better name and option for this recipe. Stay tuned!