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Shimmering Cherry-Lime Punch Mocktail

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When it comes to making summertime drinks, I think that the flavors of cherry and lime are a pretty terrific team. This shimmering cherry-lime punch mocktail has a balance of flavors that I enjoy a whole bunch: sweet and tart.

It’s also perfectly pink and festive. And I’ll never complain about a festive, pink drink… with fruity garnishes, to boot. 

 

How to make a shimmering cherry-lime punch mocktail.

All you need to whip up a festive and cherry-lime punch mocktail are two little ingredients: store-bought cherry juice cocktail and some sparkling lemon-lime soda. It’s really super easy to make and definitely a party punch that can be whipped up in a hurry.

I like to garnish the pint glasses with a slice of lime, and then toss in some whole, fresh cherries or maraschino cherries as well.  I also like to use colorful paper straws with any sort of mocktail, especially when I have company.  Polka-dotted paper straws turn any beverage into a party drink, don’t you agree? 

The lovely balance of sweet-tart flavors in this simple punch is made extra refreshing by the carbonated fizz from that comes from using lemon-lime soda. If you ask me, the time for fizzy soda drinks to shine is on hot summer days, y’all. And since there’s no booze added into this sparkling beverage, a glass full of this shimmering cherry-lime punch is a summertime treat that the whole family can enjoy. 

It’s a no-fuss refreshment that’s made with just two ingredients… unless you’re a stickler and you want to count the ice…then it’s made with three ingredients!

Guys, I can’t tell you how many of these refreshing, simmering cherry-lime mocktails I’ve consumed in the last few weeks. It’s quite possibly my favorite mocktail combination of summer 2020 so far. Although, I have been tinkering with a few others lately as well. I’ll definitely keep you posted on those the progress of those mocktail creations.

Meanwhile, fill up your glass and cool off! Enjoy!

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Shimmering Cherry-Lime Punch Mocktail

Recipe by Marcelle at A Little Fish in the Kitchen Course: DrinksCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy
Servings

1

servings
Prep time

5

minutes

Ingredients

  • ice

  • store-bought cherry juice cocktail (I used Old Orchard Diet Cherry Juice Cocktail)

  • generous splash lemon-lime soda (I used diet 7-Up)

  • slice of fresh lime and fresh cherries or maraschino cherries, for garnish (optional)

Directions

  • Fill a pint glass with ice. Pour the cherry juice cocktail over the ice (enough to fill the glass about 2/3 or 3/4 full). Top with lemon-lime soda until the glass is full.
  • Garnish with a slice of lime and cherries, if desired. Enjoy!

Recipe Video

Notes

  • Recipe from A Little Fish in the Kitchen at www.alittlefishinthekitchen.com. All content is owned by Marcelle G. Bolton. Please contact the author for permission to republish.
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5 Comments

  1. Sounds so refreshing and I adore that colour!

  2. Hey there, Angie! That color is the best! Thank you 🙂

  3. We have been drinking water all day long while we’re at work (at home). I know drinking lots of water is good for us, but Drinking a good mocktail is a way to get our liquid intake with a lot more flavor!

  4. Love the color of this! Totally gorgeous. And the flavor sounds delightful. Really nice recipe — thanks.

  5. What a fabulous idea! I often like to mix fruit juice with sparkling water … if you get it right, it can taste just like one of those flavored Pelegrinos. But I hadn’t considered mixing it with pop! D’oh! What a no-brainer! I love the idea. (Maybe with a splash of kirschwasser?!?!) It’s just about fresh cherry season around here, so I’ll be using those for garnish.

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