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Sprite Modhouse Punch & Spicy Punch recipes (1966)

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Mix up a merry olde bowl with tart, tingling Sprite.

Add just the right note to the festivities. Sprite. Exuberant. Switched on. Noisy. Like nothing you’ve heard before.

Look for five easy-to-mix holiday punch recipes free in cartons of Sprite. So tart and tingling, we just couldn’t keep it quiet. Here’s a punch that comes in loud and clear.

“The Modhouse”

Sprite Modhouse Punch (1966)

Sprite Modhouse Punch (1966)

Yield: 48 4-ounce servings

Ingredients

  • 1 6-ounce package lime-flavored gelatin
  • 2 cups hot water
  • 1/2 to 1 cup bottled lime juice
  • 2 12-ounce cans frozen concentrate for limeade
  • 90 ounces of Sprite
  • 1 teaspoon almond extract

Instructions

Dissolve gelatin in hot water. Then stir in frozen concentrate for limeade. Add lime juice.

To serve, pour into bowl over 1-1/2 quarts of cracked ice. Add Sprite.

Makes 48 4-ounce servings. If you like a little more spirit, add a fifth of vodka.

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Try this Spicy Punch recipe just for openers.

Sprite can be very adult holiday entertainment. Especially if you approach it with the right spirit.

Holiday nogs and grogs take on a whole new dimension when you spark them with the natural tartness of Sprite. To give a party something special, invite Sprite.

Sprite Spicy Punch (1966)

Sprite Spicy Punch (1966)

Yield: 38 4-oz. servings

Instructions

Combine all ingredients except Sprite. Add food coloring, if desired.

Chill. Add cold Sprite just before serving.

Makes 38 4-oz. servings.

If desired, add 1 part blended whiskey to 5 parts punch. Also good with brandy or rum.

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