Pitcher drinks and punches to fuel your holiday cocktail party.
A low-stress drink for cool-weather entertaining.
A whirl of citrus and spice in one punch bowl.
Sparkling, tropical luxury.
A bold, fruit-chunk-free sangria flavored with fresh ginger and cardamom.
A combination of rums gives depth to this smoky make-ahead cocktail.
Five-spice syrup amps up the flavor in this refreshing bourbon drink.
Scotch gets a crowd-pleasing boost from vanilla-cinnamon syrup and chai iced tea.
This citrusy and smoky tea punch is perfect for a holiday crowd.
This rich, citrusy drink will easily be the star of your holiday party.
This old-fashioned punch of brandy, rum, and lemon is a favorite at Sean Brock's Husk in Charleston, South Carolina.
Rum, cognac, and citrus juices get a fizzy boost from sparkling wine.
Fresh pineapple and orange brighten the flavors of cognac and sparkling wine.
If you're used to thinking of rum punches as sugary and tropical, this will change your mind.
Cardamom meets lemon, Black Grouse, and soda for a spicy, Scotch-based twist on a Tom Collins.
Aged rum, blood orange juice, and bittersweet Campari make a vivid red punch.
This tropical punch gets its flavor and fragrance from ripe fresh pineapple.
A tart, boozy, and spicy rum punch.
Inspired by a Negroni, this punch is tart, tangy, strong, and refreshingly bittersweet.
This bourbon and sparkling wine punch gets a delicate, fresh flavor from grapefruit and rosemary-laced Aperol.
The fresh sweetness of apple juice combined with the rich depth of the finest cider—and rum.
A bubbly punch with Lillet and gin: a little tart, a little sweet, and a little more complex than you'd expect.
A simple gin and yellow Chartreuse punch, sweetened with luscious, rich pineapple syrup.
The epic, party-starting punch-to-end-all-punches.
The author apparently loved this simple punch, made with citrus peels, sugar, rum, and cognac. Best part: You get to set it on fire!
A bright and bitter batched drink that combines the piney freshness of gin with the warm and fruity flavors of Applejack.