Thirsty Thursday - How to make a Guava Blackberry Rum Punch Cocktail


This weeks cocktail is delicious! Fruity and bright but not too sweet.

This week on Thirsty Thursday Jamie and Ross will explain how to make The Guava Blackberry Rum Punch cocktail.
Guava Blackberry Rum Punch cocktail Recipe:
Blackberry Simple syrup (recipe below)
3 oz Dark Rum
3 oz Guava Juice or Nectar
Club Soda
Blackberries for Garnish
In a shaker, shake together the first 3 ingredients. Layer ice and blackberries in a tall glass. Pour the mixture into glasses and top with Club Soda. Enjoy!

Blackberry Simple Syrup:
1/4 cup water
1/4 cup sugar
6 or 7 blackberries
Simmer the water and sugar in a sauce pan until all of the sugar crystals have dissolved. Add the blackberries and use a potato masher to squeeze them into the pan. Simmer for another minute. Strain the mixture into a bowl and let it cool completely. 

Tait Real Estate is a family-run real estate team based in Saskatoon, SK, Canada. Jamie Tait and Ross Tait get together on Thursday's to enjoy creating a new cocktail together. They are also top real estate agents in Saskatoon. They both have extensive construction and renovation knowledge which allows them to guide their clients through the most important purchase of their life with confidence.

Contact Tait Real Estate if you are looking to buy or sell.

Jamie Tait

Ross Tait


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