Kiwi basil watermelon punch

Kiwi basil watermelon punch

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

Time for a refreshing drink with this punch recipe. Because when the sun starts to shine, you have to stay well hydrated. You can go two ways with this kiwi basil watermelon punch. Or you go for the mocktail version and therefore completely alcohol-free. If you prefer the 18+ version, you can adjust the drink, so that's easy. In any case, I always find fresh fruit in a drink a nice addition. In this punch we add watermelon that already contains plenty of water and gives off a nice sweet taste. For the “sweetness” in this punch, I used caramel syrup. You can buy these ready-made in the store and are also sometimes used in coffee, for example.

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With some fresh slices of kiwi and cubes of melon in the glass.

Kiwi basil watermelon punch

This punch recipe is a delicious mocktail that you can easily adjust to your own taste. You can use different types of combinations of fruit to give the punch a different twist. For example, you can mix pineapple and raspberry for a tropical taste, or orange and plum for a sweet and sour taste. The possibilities are endless, so feel free to experiment with your favorite fruits.

As described above, you can also make this punch 18+ and opt for alcoholic drinks. In that case, you can add vodka, rum, or another spirit to the punch. You can also make the punch a bit more sparkling by complementing it with a fresh prosecco. Then you have a nice tingling punch, which is perfect for a party. Enjoy this delicious mocktail in moderation.

Kiwi basil watermelon punch

Here you will find the complete recipe with all the ingredients you need. I hope you have fun preparing the dish below.

Kiwi basil watermelon punch

Kiwi basil watermelon punch

A wonderfully fresh thirst quencher with two types of fruit.

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Hallway: mock tail
Kitchen: European
Keyword: basil, kiwi, watermelon
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Total time: 10 minutes
Servings: 6 people
calories: 170kcal
Author: Francine
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You need:

big jug

Ingredients:

  • ½ watermelon - in cubes
  • 4 kiwis - in slices
  • 10 leaves fresh basil
  • 150 ml Alcohol-free red Vermouth
  • 4 el caramel syrup - from e.g. Monin
  • ½ ltr Spa red
  • ice cubes

Nice and easy: click on the logo of your favorite supermarket to add the ingredients.

And this is how you make it:

  • Cut the skin off the watermelon and kiwis. Then cut the watermelon into cubes and the kiwis into slices.
  • Take your glass pitcher or large bowl and put the fruit in it and mix in the basil leaves.
  • Pour in the syrup and Vermouth and top up with the ice cubes. Finally, add the spa and mix briefly with a long spoon or a straw.
  • Cheers!
You can also mash a few cubes of watermelon into a mousse in the glasses with a pestle for extra watermelon flavor. 
If you want a version with alcohol, add regular Vermouth and an extra shot of vodka. 
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Wonderfully refreshing this punch, I have some more nice drinks for you here:

How about this mango tonic spritzer? A tasty tropical version!

Or this amaretti lemon sorbet spoom, a nice dessert drink.

Another punch is this “apple pie” punch with cinnamon honey edging.

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