The 3 Boozy Punches You Should Be Making For The Next Time You Have A Braai

Classic Champagne Punch

300ml fresh lemon juice 200g super-fine or castor sugar 300ml orange liqueur 250ml cognac or brandy 200ml fresh orange juice 2 bottles champagne • Combine the lemon juice, sugar, orange liqueur, cognac and orange juice and stir until the sugar is dissolved. Add the champagne. • Cover and refrigerate until chilled. • Pour into a decorative bowl or jug. Garnish with orange slices and fresh strawberries. Makes approximately 2.5l

Watermelon & Mint Punch

1 litre watermelon purée (approx 1 medium watermelon)

February 19, 2018

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Next time you’re having a braai, a pool party or just having a few mates over to watch the rugby, get creative with what you’re serving.

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Whilst beers have become the classic braai day or rugby match go-to, you can impress your friends by making these delicious drinks that will get the mood going and leave you smiling even if your team loses.