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    Default Champagne and Punch?

    Im going to make a punch for an upcoming event and wanted to know if anyone knows of a nice non-alcoholic champagne? I've only ever tried a couple in my life and always though they were horrible. Any recommendations would be appreciated......


    The only punch I've ever made was alcoholic....... I think this recipe is lovely..... but any suggestions for yummy non-alcoholic ones would be great

    3 Litres Sunshine Punch
    1.25 L Pink Lemonade
    1.25 L Ginger Ale
    fresh strawberries and tinned pineapple chucks, frozen.
    Bottle of champagne.........

    I also usually add mint leaves......


    and sometimes sherbet

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    I would just make what you posted above and leave the champers out - sounds delish! Or you could add something like Appletise or Grapetise or ginger beer instead of Ale to it as well????

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    Thanks Tanstar! the Appletise would probably give it back that sourish bite and tingle back I guess thanks! will have to give it a try...... anyone want some punch? I have a feeling there is going to be plenty as I experiment lol

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    Maggie Beer does a fabulous non-alcoholic sparkling, it's a gorgeous pink colour, called Sparkling Ruby Cabernet.

    I've had it straight up or as a spritzer with soda and mint leaves, it's da bomb!

    You could experiment with it as a punch or just do something really simple like a ball or two of berry sorbet (I use a melon-baller to do small scoops), a splash of soda and then fill it up with the Ruby Cabernet.

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    Sounds yum marydean, do you know anywhere that would sell it, as in chains? Im a bit clueless lol


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