concord grape goblin punch

This is going to be short and sweet.  Why you may ask?  For starters I’m composing this on my phone in a moving vehicle.  I could ralph at any moment.  Sticky is on a mission to find his football game.  Channel surfing is a soothing experience compared to station surfing.  And due to our lack of headphones Nemo is being found behind my head.  I’ve already typed too much.  We’re moving on…

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Guest Jane Vicki made Concord grape juice.  I thought cocktail.  It’s October so here’s your festive Halloween drink.

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concord grape goblin punch
 
Ingredients
  • 2 cups Concord grape juice
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • 1 whole nutmeg crushed
  • 1 cup vodka
  • 4 oz simple syrup
  • black sugar for rimming (optional)
  • club soda (optional)
Instructions
  1. Put juice, cinnamon and nutmeg in a pot on high heat. Once simmering remove from heat and cover for 20 minutes. Strain and allow to cool.
  2. Rim 4 glasses using simple syrup and black sugar (optional). Fill glasses with ice.
  3. Pour spiced grape juice, vodka and simple syrup in a small pitcher. Divide evenly among glasses. Top with a splash of club soda (optional).

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If you don’t like mulled cider you more than likely will not like this.  Grab some grape juice, add vodka and a splash of club soda.  Equally as yum I’m sure and faster to boot.

concord_grape_goblin_punch_2concord_grape_goblin_punch_3Whether you give this ghoulish drink a try or not one thing is for sure – I’m never typing a post on my phone again.

brandyjsig

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4 Responses to concord grape goblin punch

  1. I love the black sugar rim. What a great idea!

    • prettyplainjanes says:

      Hi Anna! Thanks so much! I dyed regular sugar with a few drops of black food coloring. Worked great! – brandy j

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