This copycat version of the Jolly Roger Punch just might be better than the original found at Disney for the 50th anniversary of the Pirates of the Caribbean.
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If you’ve been following along here, you know that I am a huge Disney fan and that I love easy party punch recipes. When I knew that I was going to be at Disneyland during the celebration of the 50th anniversary of Pirates of the Caribbean, I knew I had to try all the fun treats they created for the anniversary. I heard they created the Jolly Roger Punch for the occasion and I was so excited to try it! I couldn’t wait!
I’m sad to say, I didn’t love it. It sounded so good with all the mix of tropical fruit juices, but it was super strong. It was really concentrated with mango, pineapple, and orange juices, I needed to water it down. And had a bite to it, that kind of burned in the back of the throat. I found out that the spice in it was ginger.
Jolly Roger Punch
I had such high hope for the drink, and when it wasn’t what I expected, I decided to come home and make my own version. It’s full of tropical juices and has just a hint of the ginger bite. The family loved it! And so did I. I thought it tasted similar to the original but less intense.
- 4 cups mango nectar
- 2 cups orange juice
- 2 cups pineapple juice
- 1 lime - juiced
- 1 liter giner ale
- Mix all juices together in a pitcher.
- Chill until ready to serve.
- Add cold ginger ale right before service.
- Pour over ice.
Did you get a chance to try the Jolly Roger Punch for the Pirates of the Caribbean 50th anniversary at Disney? If you didn’t, give this copycat version a try and you’ll feel like you are a part of the celebration. If you did, give this recipe a try and tell me what you think!
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