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Fall Punch

Fall Punch


Don’t limit your cider-based cocktail intake to just the fall

Sure, the flavors of apple and cinnamon may be tied to autumn, but they’re really perfect for any time of year. This sparkling punch has a perfect bourbon kick to it, giving the taste of a sweet caramel apple.

This recipe is courtesy of Sparkling Ice.

Ingredients

  • 1 lemon wedge, for rim
  • Cinnamon sugar, for rim, plus more for garnish
  • 1 Cup apple cider
  • 1 Cup hard cider
  • 1/4 Cup bourbon
  • 1/4 Cup lemon juice
  • 1 bottle Sparkling Ice Essence of Original
  • Cinnamon sticks, for garnish

Sparkling wine will taste different depending on the variety of grapes used in the production of the wine. Champagne is citrus, white peach, and cherry, and made from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes.

Prosecco is green apple, honeysuckle and pear and and made from Glera grapes (can also include Verdiso, Bianchetta Trevigiana, Perera grapes).

Cava (Spanish sparkling wine) will taste more like Champagne as it is produced using the same methods. Depending on the grape used Macabeu (lemony),
Parellada (citrus), Xarel·lo (pear), your beverage will be influenced by the undertones.

Germany Sekt is usually sweeter than Champagne, Sekt uses grapes imported from other countries (France, Italy, and Spain). It is more like Prosecco than Cava or Champagne.

US sparkling wines will vary greatly by region and grapes.

There are also now sparkling wines being imported from Argentina and Australia!

Definitely check the notes on the bottle of sparkling wine you are using to see how to balance or enhance the fruit notes with your cut fruit.

● Feel free to add to, or reduce, the amounts of fruit, cider, or cranberry juice to change the taste of you fall harvest punch!

● The fruit is one TOTAL cup as listed. Use plum, peach, apple, pear, etc to achieve the taste you would like. The recipe I featured used apple, plum, and peach as a mix to achieve one cup. You can definitely use only one fruit, but meshing flavors is very nice.

● For additional garnish, consider a sprig of fresh rosemary.

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Ingredients:

● 1 cup Sliced Fruit (apple, pear, peach, nectarine, plum, etc mix, and match)
● ½ cup Sugar
● ½ cup Hurricane Cocktail Mix
● ¾ cup Apple Cider
● 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice
● 1 750 ml Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)
● Ice
● Plum Slices, Peach Slices, and Apple Slices, for garnish

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Mise en Place:

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Directions:

● Place one cup of sliced fruit at the bottom of a cocktail pitcher.
● Add ½ cup sugar.

● Add ½ cup hurricane cocktail mix.

● Add 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice.

● Add one bottle (750 ml) Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)

● Use a cocktail spoon or long stirrer, and mix well.

● Fill a Tom Collins glass one-third of the way with ice, and pour the Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch over the ice.
● Garnish with fresh plum slices, peach slices and apple slices on a cocktail skewer.
● Serve immediately.

As always, drink responsibly and please don’t drink and drive.


Sparkling wine will taste different depending on the variety of grapes used in the production of the wine. Champagne is citrus, white peach, and cherry, and made from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes.

Prosecco is green apple, honeysuckle and pear and and made from Glera grapes (can also include Verdiso, Bianchetta Trevigiana, Perera grapes).

Cava (Spanish sparkling wine) will taste more like Champagne as it is produced using the same methods. Depending on the grape used Macabeu (lemony),
Parellada (citrus), Xarel·lo (pear), your beverage will be influenced by the undertones.

Germany Sekt is usually sweeter than Champagne, Sekt uses grapes imported from other countries (France, Italy, and Spain). It is more like Prosecco than Cava or Champagne.

US sparkling wines will vary greatly by region and grapes.

There are also now sparkling wines being imported from Argentina and Australia!

Definitely check the notes on the bottle of sparkling wine you are using to see how to balance or enhance the fruit notes with your cut fruit.

● Feel free to add to, or reduce, the amounts of fruit, cider, or cranberry juice to change the taste of you fall harvest punch!

● The fruit is one TOTAL cup as listed. Use plum, peach, apple, pear, etc to achieve the taste you would like. The recipe I featured used apple, plum, and peach as a mix to achieve one cup. You can definitely use only one fruit, but meshing flavors is very nice.

● For additional garnish, consider a sprig of fresh rosemary.

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Ingredients:

● 1 cup Sliced Fruit (apple, pear, peach, nectarine, plum, etc mix, and match)
● ½ cup Sugar
● ½ cup Hurricane Cocktail Mix
● ¾ cup Apple Cider
● 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice
● 1 750 ml Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)
● Ice
● Plum Slices, Peach Slices, and Apple Slices, for garnish

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Mise en Place:

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Directions:

● Place one cup of sliced fruit at the bottom of a cocktail pitcher.
● Add ½ cup sugar.

● Add ½ cup hurricane cocktail mix.

● Add 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice.

● Add one bottle (750 ml) Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)

● Use a cocktail spoon or long stirrer, and mix well.

● Fill a Tom Collins glass one-third of the way with ice, and pour the Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch over the ice.
● Garnish with fresh plum slices, peach slices and apple slices on a cocktail skewer.
● Serve immediately.

As always, drink responsibly and please don’t drink and drive.


Sparkling wine will taste different depending on the variety of grapes used in the production of the wine. Champagne is citrus, white peach, and cherry, and made from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes.

Prosecco is green apple, honeysuckle and pear and and made from Glera grapes (can also include Verdiso, Bianchetta Trevigiana, Perera grapes).

Cava (Spanish sparkling wine) will taste more like Champagne as it is produced using the same methods. Depending on the grape used Macabeu (lemony),
Parellada (citrus), Xarel·lo (pear), your beverage will be influenced by the undertones.

Germany Sekt is usually sweeter than Champagne, Sekt uses grapes imported from other countries (France, Italy, and Spain). It is more like Prosecco than Cava or Champagne.

US sparkling wines will vary greatly by region and grapes.

There are also now sparkling wines being imported from Argentina and Australia!

Definitely check the notes on the bottle of sparkling wine you are using to see how to balance or enhance the fruit notes with your cut fruit.

● Feel free to add to, or reduce, the amounts of fruit, cider, or cranberry juice to change the taste of you fall harvest punch!

● The fruit is one TOTAL cup as listed. Use plum, peach, apple, pear, etc to achieve the taste you would like. The recipe I featured used apple, plum, and peach as a mix to achieve one cup. You can definitely use only one fruit, but meshing flavors is very nice.

● For additional garnish, consider a sprig of fresh rosemary.

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Ingredients:

● 1 cup Sliced Fruit (apple, pear, peach, nectarine, plum, etc mix, and match)
● ½ cup Sugar
● ½ cup Hurricane Cocktail Mix
● ¾ cup Apple Cider
● 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice
● 1 750 ml Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)
● Ice
● Plum Slices, Peach Slices, and Apple Slices, for garnish

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Mise en Place:

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Directions:

● Place one cup of sliced fruit at the bottom of a cocktail pitcher.
● Add ½ cup sugar.

● Add ½ cup hurricane cocktail mix.

● Add 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice.

● Add one bottle (750 ml) Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)

● Use a cocktail spoon or long stirrer, and mix well.

● Fill a Tom Collins glass one-third of the way with ice, and pour the Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch over the ice.
● Garnish with fresh plum slices, peach slices and apple slices on a cocktail skewer.
● Serve immediately.

As always, drink responsibly and please don’t drink and drive.


Sparkling wine will taste different depending on the variety of grapes used in the production of the wine. Champagne is citrus, white peach, and cherry, and made from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes.

Prosecco is green apple, honeysuckle and pear and and made from Glera grapes (can also include Verdiso, Bianchetta Trevigiana, Perera grapes).

Cava (Spanish sparkling wine) will taste more like Champagne as it is produced using the same methods. Depending on the grape used Macabeu (lemony),
Parellada (citrus), Xarel·lo (pear), your beverage will be influenced by the undertones.

Germany Sekt is usually sweeter than Champagne, Sekt uses grapes imported from other countries (France, Italy, and Spain). It is more like Prosecco than Cava or Champagne.

US sparkling wines will vary greatly by region and grapes.

There are also now sparkling wines being imported from Argentina and Australia!

Definitely check the notes on the bottle of sparkling wine you are using to see how to balance or enhance the fruit notes with your cut fruit.

● Feel free to add to, or reduce, the amounts of fruit, cider, or cranberry juice to change the taste of you fall harvest punch!

● The fruit is one TOTAL cup as listed. Use plum, peach, apple, pear, etc to achieve the taste you would like. The recipe I featured used apple, plum, and peach as a mix to achieve one cup. You can definitely use only one fruit, but meshing flavors is very nice.

● For additional garnish, consider a sprig of fresh rosemary.

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Ingredients:

● 1 cup Sliced Fruit (apple, pear, peach, nectarine, plum, etc mix, and match)
● ½ cup Sugar
● ½ cup Hurricane Cocktail Mix
● ¾ cup Apple Cider
● 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice
● 1 750 ml Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)
● Ice
● Plum Slices, Peach Slices, and Apple Slices, for garnish

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Mise en Place:

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Directions:

● Place one cup of sliced fruit at the bottom of a cocktail pitcher.
● Add ½ cup sugar.

● Add ½ cup hurricane cocktail mix.

● Add 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice.

● Add one bottle (750 ml) Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)

● Use a cocktail spoon or long stirrer, and mix well.

● Fill a Tom Collins glass one-third of the way with ice, and pour the Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch over the ice.
● Garnish with fresh plum slices, peach slices and apple slices on a cocktail skewer.
● Serve immediately.

As always, drink responsibly and please don’t drink and drive.


Sparkling wine will taste different depending on the variety of grapes used in the production of the wine. Champagne is citrus, white peach, and cherry, and made from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes.

Prosecco is green apple, honeysuckle and pear and and made from Glera grapes (can also include Verdiso, Bianchetta Trevigiana, Perera grapes).

Cava (Spanish sparkling wine) will taste more like Champagne as it is produced using the same methods. Depending on the grape used Macabeu (lemony),
Parellada (citrus), Xarel·lo (pear), your beverage will be influenced by the undertones.

Germany Sekt is usually sweeter than Champagne, Sekt uses grapes imported from other countries (France, Italy, and Spain). It is more like Prosecco than Cava or Champagne.

US sparkling wines will vary greatly by region and grapes.

There are also now sparkling wines being imported from Argentina and Australia!

Definitely check the notes on the bottle of sparkling wine you are using to see how to balance or enhance the fruit notes with your cut fruit.

● Feel free to add to, or reduce, the amounts of fruit, cider, or cranberry juice to change the taste of you fall harvest punch!

● The fruit is one TOTAL cup as listed. Use plum, peach, apple, pear, etc to achieve the taste you would like. The recipe I featured used apple, plum, and peach as a mix to achieve one cup. You can definitely use only one fruit, but meshing flavors is very nice.

● For additional garnish, consider a sprig of fresh rosemary.

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Ingredients:

● 1 cup Sliced Fruit (apple, pear, peach, nectarine, plum, etc mix, and match)
● ½ cup Sugar
● ½ cup Hurricane Cocktail Mix
● ¾ cup Apple Cider
● 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice
● 1 750 ml Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)
● Ice
● Plum Slices, Peach Slices, and Apple Slices, for garnish

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Mise en Place:

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Directions:

● Place one cup of sliced fruit at the bottom of a cocktail pitcher.
● Add ½ cup sugar.

● Add ½ cup hurricane cocktail mix.

● Add 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice.

● Add one bottle (750 ml) Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)

● Use a cocktail spoon or long stirrer, and mix well.

● Fill a Tom Collins glass one-third of the way with ice, and pour the Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch over the ice.
● Garnish with fresh plum slices, peach slices and apple slices on a cocktail skewer.
● Serve immediately.

As always, drink responsibly and please don’t drink and drive.


Sparkling wine will taste different depending on the variety of grapes used in the production of the wine. Champagne is citrus, white peach, and cherry, and made from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes.

Prosecco is green apple, honeysuckle and pear and and made from Glera grapes (can also include Verdiso, Bianchetta Trevigiana, Perera grapes).

Cava (Spanish sparkling wine) will taste more like Champagne as it is produced using the same methods. Depending on the grape used Macabeu (lemony),
Parellada (citrus), Xarel·lo (pear), your beverage will be influenced by the undertones.

Germany Sekt is usually sweeter than Champagne, Sekt uses grapes imported from other countries (France, Italy, and Spain). It is more like Prosecco than Cava or Champagne.

US sparkling wines will vary greatly by region and grapes.

There are also now sparkling wines being imported from Argentina and Australia!

Definitely check the notes on the bottle of sparkling wine you are using to see how to balance or enhance the fruit notes with your cut fruit.

● Feel free to add to, or reduce, the amounts of fruit, cider, or cranberry juice to change the taste of you fall harvest punch!

● The fruit is one TOTAL cup as listed. Use plum, peach, apple, pear, etc to achieve the taste you would like. The recipe I featured used apple, plum, and peach as a mix to achieve one cup. You can definitely use only one fruit, but meshing flavors is very nice.

● For additional garnish, consider a sprig of fresh rosemary.

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Ingredients:

● 1 cup Sliced Fruit (apple, pear, peach, nectarine, plum, etc mix, and match)
● ½ cup Sugar
● ½ cup Hurricane Cocktail Mix
● ¾ cup Apple Cider
● 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice
● 1 750 ml Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)
● Ice
● Plum Slices, Peach Slices, and Apple Slices, for garnish

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Mise en Place:

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Directions:

● Place one cup of sliced fruit at the bottom of a cocktail pitcher.
● Add ½ cup sugar.

● Add ½ cup hurricane cocktail mix.

● Add 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice.

● Add one bottle (750 ml) Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)

● Use a cocktail spoon or long stirrer, and mix well.

● Fill a Tom Collins glass one-third of the way with ice, and pour the Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch over the ice.
● Garnish with fresh plum slices, peach slices and apple slices on a cocktail skewer.
● Serve immediately.

As always, drink responsibly and please don’t drink and drive.


Sparkling wine will taste different depending on the variety of grapes used in the production of the wine. Champagne is citrus, white peach, and cherry, and made from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes.

Prosecco is green apple, honeysuckle and pear and and made from Glera grapes (can also include Verdiso, Bianchetta Trevigiana, Perera grapes).

Cava (Spanish sparkling wine) will taste more like Champagne as it is produced using the same methods. Depending on the grape used Macabeu (lemony),
Parellada (citrus), Xarel·lo (pear), your beverage will be influenced by the undertones.

Germany Sekt is usually sweeter than Champagne, Sekt uses grapes imported from other countries (France, Italy, and Spain). It is more like Prosecco than Cava or Champagne.

US sparkling wines will vary greatly by region and grapes.

There are also now sparkling wines being imported from Argentina and Australia!

Definitely check the notes on the bottle of sparkling wine you are using to see how to balance or enhance the fruit notes with your cut fruit.

● Feel free to add to, or reduce, the amounts of fruit, cider, or cranberry juice to change the taste of you fall harvest punch!

● The fruit is one TOTAL cup as listed. Use plum, peach, apple, pear, etc to achieve the taste you would like. The recipe I featured used apple, plum, and peach as a mix to achieve one cup. You can definitely use only one fruit, but meshing flavors is very nice.

● For additional garnish, consider a sprig of fresh rosemary.

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Ingredients:

● 1 cup Sliced Fruit (apple, pear, peach, nectarine, plum, etc mix, and match)
● ½ cup Sugar
● ½ cup Hurricane Cocktail Mix
● ¾ cup Apple Cider
● 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice
● 1 750 ml Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)
● Ice
● Plum Slices, Peach Slices, and Apple Slices, for garnish

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Mise en Place:

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Directions:

● Place one cup of sliced fruit at the bottom of a cocktail pitcher.
● Add ½ cup sugar.

● Add ½ cup hurricane cocktail mix.

● Add 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice.

● Add one bottle (750 ml) Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)

● Use a cocktail spoon or long stirrer, and mix well.

● Fill a Tom Collins glass one-third of the way with ice, and pour the Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch over the ice.
● Garnish with fresh plum slices, peach slices and apple slices on a cocktail skewer.
● Serve immediately.

As always, drink responsibly and please don’t drink and drive.


Sparkling wine will taste different depending on the variety of grapes used in the production of the wine. Champagne is citrus, white peach, and cherry, and made from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes.

Prosecco is green apple, honeysuckle and pear and and made from Glera grapes (can also include Verdiso, Bianchetta Trevigiana, Perera grapes).

Cava (Spanish sparkling wine) will taste more like Champagne as it is produced using the same methods. Depending on the grape used Macabeu (lemony),
Parellada (citrus), Xarel·lo (pear), your beverage will be influenced by the undertones.

Germany Sekt is usually sweeter than Champagne, Sekt uses grapes imported from other countries (France, Italy, and Spain). It is more like Prosecco than Cava or Champagne.

US sparkling wines will vary greatly by region and grapes.

There are also now sparkling wines being imported from Argentina and Australia!

Definitely check the notes on the bottle of sparkling wine you are using to see how to balance or enhance the fruit notes with your cut fruit.

● Feel free to add to, or reduce, the amounts of fruit, cider, or cranberry juice to change the taste of you fall harvest punch!

● The fruit is one TOTAL cup as listed. Use plum, peach, apple, pear, etc to achieve the taste you would like. The recipe I featured used apple, plum, and peach as a mix to achieve one cup. You can definitely use only one fruit, but meshing flavors is very nice.

● For additional garnish, consider a sprig of fresh rosemary.

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Ingredients:

● 1 cup Sliced Fruit (apple, pear, peach, nectarine, plum, etc mix, and match)
● ½ cup Sugar
● ½ cup Hurricane Cocktail Mix
● ¾ cup Apple Cider
● 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice
● 1 750 ml Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)
● Ice
● Plum Slices, Peach Slices, and Apple Slices, for garnish

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Mise en Place:

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Directions:

● Place one cup of sliced fruit at the bottom of a cocktail pitcher.
● Add ½ cup sugar.

● Add ½ cup hurricane cocktail mix.

● Add 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice.

● Add one bottle (750 ml) Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)

● Use a cocktail spoon or long stirrer, and mix well.

● Fill a Tom Collins glass one-third of the way with ice, and pour the Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch over the ice.
● Garnish with fresh plum slices, peach slices and apple slices on a cocktail skewer.
● Serve immediately.

As always, drink responsibly and please don’t drink and drive.


Sparkling wine will taste different depending on the variety of grapes used in the production of the wine. Champagne is citrus, white peach, and cherry, and made from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes.

Prosecco is green apple, honeysuckle and pear and and made from Glera grapes (can also include Verdiso, Bianchetta Trevigiana, Perera grapes).

Cava (Spanish sparkling wine) will taste more like Champagne as it is produced using the same methods. Depending on the grape used Macabeu (lemony),
Parellada (citrus), Xarel·lo (pear), your beverage will be influenced by the undertones.

Germany Sekt is usually sweeter than Champagne, Sekt uses grapes imported from other countries (France, Italy, and Spain). It is more like Prosecco than Cava or Champagne.

US sparkling wines will vary greatly by region and grapes.

There are also now sparkling wines being imported from Argentina and Australia!

Definitely check the notes on the bottle of sparkling wine you are using to see how to balance or enhance the fruit notes with your cut fruit.

● Feel free to add to, or reduce, the amounts of fruit, cider, or cranberry juice to change the taste of you fall harvest punch!

● The fruit is one TOTAL cup as listed. Use plum, peach, apple, pear, etc to achieve the taste you would like. The recipe I featured used apple, plum, and peach as a mix to achieve one cup. You can definitely use only one fruit, but meshing flavors is very nice.

● For additional garnish, consider a sprig of fresh rosemary.

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Ingredients:

● 1 cup Sliced Fruit (apple, pear, peach, nectarine, plum, etc mix, and match)
● ½ cup Sugar
● ½ cup Hurricane Cocktail Mix
● ¾ cup Apple Cider
● 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice
● 1 750 ml Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)
● Ice
● Plum Slices, Peach Slices, and Apple Slices, for garnish

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Mise en Place:

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Directions:

● Place one cup of sliced fruit at the bottom of a cocktail pitcher.
● Add ½ cup sugar.

● Add ½ cup hurricane cocktail mix.

● Add 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice.

● Add one bottle (750 ml) Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)

● Use a cocktail spoon or long stirrer, and mix well.

● Fill a Tom Collins glass one-third of the way with ice, and pour the Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch over the ice.
● Garnish with fresh plum slices, peach slices and apple slices on a cocktail skewer.
● Serve immediately.

As always, drink responsibly and please don’t drink and drive.


Sparkling wine will taste different depending on the variety of grapes used in the production of the wine. Champagne is citrus, white peach, and cherry, and made from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes.

Prosecco is green apple, honeysuckle and pear and and made from Glera grapes (can also include Verdiso, Bianchetta Trevigiana, Perera grapes).

Cava (Spanish sparkling wine) will taste more like Champagne as it is produced using the same methods. Depending on the grape used Macabeu (lemony),
Parellada (citrus), Xarel·lo (pear), your beverage will be influenced by the undertones.

Germany Sekt is usually sweeter than Champagne, Sekt uses grapes imported from other countries (France, Italy, and Spain). It is more like Prosecco than Cava or Champagne.

US sparkling wines will vary greatly by region and grapes.

There are also now sparkling wines being imported from Argentina and Australia!

Definitely check the notes on the bottle of sparkling wine you are using to see how to balance or enhance the fruit notes with your cut fruit.

● Feel free to add to, or reduce, the amounts of fruit, cider, or cranberry juice to change the taste of you fall harvest punch!

● The fruit is one TOTAL cup as listed. Use plum, peach, apple, pear, etc to achieve the taste you would like. The recipe I featured used apple, plum, and peach as a mix to achieve one cup. You can definitely use only one fruit, but meshing flavors is very nice.

● For additional garnish, consider a sprig of fresh rosemary.

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Ingredients:

● 1 cup Sliced Fruit (apple, pear, peach, nectarine, plum, etc mix, and match)
● ½ cup Sugar
● ½ cup Hurricane Cocktail Mix
● ¾ cup Apple Cider
● 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice
● 1 750 ml Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)
● Ice
● Plum Slices, Peach Slices, and Apple Slices, for garnish

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Mise en Place:

Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch Directions:

● Place one cup of sliced fruit at the bottom of a cocktail pitcher.
● Add ½ cup sugar.

● Add ½ cup hurricane cocktail mix.

● Add 1¼ cups Cranberry Juice.

● Add one bottle (750 ml) Sparkling Wine (Champagne, Prosecco, Cava, Sket, etc)

● Use a cocktail spoon or long stirrer, and mix well.

● Fill a Tom Collins glass one-third of the way with ice, and pour the Sparkling Fall Harvest Punch over the ice.
● Garnish with fresh plum slices, peach slices and apple slices on a cocktail skewer.
● Serve immediately.

As always, drink responsibly and please don’t drink and drive.


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