Mason Jar Punch | Indianapolis Food Blogger 2

I love drinking out of Mason jars. Blame my mother and her Southern roots. My grandparents were born and raised in Forrest City, Arkansas. A sweet little down about 45 minutes outside of Memphis. If you’re ever in the area, I encourage you to check it out. But back to my love for Mason jars. I spent a lot of time with my grandparents growing up. During that time, I would watch my grandfather keep a chilled Mason jar in the fridge, ready for whenever he needed to quench his thirst. My love of my grandfather, birthed my love of a chilled beverage in a Mason jar. There is really nothing like it.

Now, for the recipe. It’s an adaptation of my mothers. May be served spiked as a cocktail or without. Either way. It’s delish. The recipe below was for a party, therefore this produced enough to serve about 30 people. You can pair it down if you need to.

Mason Jar Punch


3 cups Daily’s Peach Daiquiri Mix

32 ounces Pineapple juice

1 half gallon of orange juice (no pulp)

1 2 Liter of 7 UP

1 16 ounce bottle of Lime Selzter Water

64 ounces of Minute Maid Fruit Punch

Lots of ice

Garnish- Orange, lemon, or lime slices. Fresh pineapples.


Combine all ingredients in a pitcher or serving bowl.

Stir until combined.

Serve over Ice in sugar rimmed Mason jars.

Garish with fruit. Enjoy!

** Want to server this spiked? Add CIROC Redberry or CIROC Peach. Stir and serve chilled. To dress this up even more, serve with Grand Marnier, garnished with an orange rind.

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2 thoughts on “Mason Jar Punch | Indianapolis Food Blogger

  • E

    This punch is delicious. There is so many different flavors going on but they all work together very well. Also…for some reason it seems perfect in a Mason jar! It is a perfect summer drink.

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