Jingle Juice Holiday Punch


This Jingle Juice Holiday Punch recipe is simple, delicious, and beautiful! You only need three ingredients to craft this delicious holiday punch recipe everyone will love!

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One of my favorite things about the holiday season is all of the time spent with family and friends.

With get-togethers to attend and parties at your own place, it’s great to have a few delicious go-to recipes. So, for Day 5 of the 12 Days of Christmas, I thought I’d tell you about my favorite (and super easy) Jingle Juice Holiday Punch.

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Jingle Juice Holiday Punch:

A couple years ago a neighboring town hosted a Christmas open house in all of their little downtown shops. Adults had the option of buying a ticket and enjoying wine or a cocktail at each of the stores. I know, it sounds like trouble, but it was such a fun time.

One of the stores served this punch. It was delightful!

When I found out it was made with only three ingredients, I was even more impressed. I have no idea what the store owners called the punch so I decided to name it Jingle Juice because it’s a kick to say.

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How to Make Jingle Juice Holiday Punch:

You really don’t need an explanation on how to put this together, but I’m going to tell you anyway.

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First, get a punch bowl or extra large pitcher and fill it with ice.

I decided to get fancy and make super-sized ice cubes (with these molds) that contained cranberries and rosemary. This is totally optional. You can just toss in some cranberries. However, I think the ice cubes are such a fun touch and keep the holiday punch cold too.

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Then add your three ingredients.

All you need is whipped vodka, pink champagne (or sparkling Rosé), and a 2-liter bottle of Cherry 7-up. (As you can see, I used Diet). Give it a quick stir and you’re ready to go.

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It’s really that easy.

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The resulting cocktail is delicious and so festive. Isn’t that color gorgeous? I’m serving up my punch in this simple, yet elegant double old-fashioned glasses. You can find them here.

Also, be sure to check out my favorite holiday cocktail recipes HERE.

You’ll definitely want to try my Very Merry Ornamentini. I shared a picture of it below. It’s a delicious martini and the presentation is spectacular.

Very Merry Ornamentini Christmas Cocktail Recipe

Oh, and if you’re hunting for more holiday and Christmas inspiration, click HERE.

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Cheers, friends!

I hope you have a happy weekend. See you back here tomorrow. I’ll be sharing another sweet treat that you don’t want to miss.


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Jingle Juice Holiday Punch Recipe:

Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: cocktail, holiday, punch
Servings: 16 people
Prep Time 5 mins
Total Time 5 mins
This Jingle Juice Holiday Punch recipe is simple, delicious, and beautiful! You only need three ingredients to craft this delicious holiday punch recipe everyone will love!


  • 1 bottle (750ml) Whipped Vodka
  • 1 bottle Pink Champagne or Sparkling Rosé*
  • 1 (2 liter) bottle Cherry 7-up
  • Cranberries for garnish - optional


  • In a punch bowl or large pitcher filled with ice, combine all of the ingredients.
  • Stir well.
  • Serve over ice and garnish with cranberries.



*If you like your cocktails sweet, opt for a sweet Pink Champagne or Sparkling Rosé. If you like things less sweet choose a dry Pink Champagne or Sparkling Rosé. 
If you are unsure of what is sweet or dry ask for assistance at your local wine store. 

Nutrition Facts

Calories: 74kcalCarbohydrates: 14gProtein: 1gSodium: 16mgPotassium: 41mgSugar: 13gCalcium: 7mgIron: 1mg
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  • Kit Miller at

    Is “whipped vodka” whipped cream vodka? I’ve just washed my cranberries and rosemary sprigs and cannot wait to try this on Christmas Eve.

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Yep! Pretty much the same thing – just a different name.

      xo Michael

  • Elizabeth Theuser at

    I cannot find cherry 7-up where I live, can I use cranberry lemon lime soda and maybe a splash of sour cherry nectar along with the sparkling rose and whipped cream vodka?

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      I’d just use the cranberry lemon lime soda and skip the sour cherry nectar. I don’t think the sour would work well.

      xo Michael

  • Lauren at

    Wow simply gorgeous! Your blog looks so classy!

  • sandy at

    what is a good equivalent for Cherry 7-up? something i can find in Canada that is 🙂

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      I’m not sure what’s available in Canada. This is a cherry flavored lemon lime soda. So anything close to that would work.

      xo Michael

      • Mary at

        I am making this tomorrow for my Christmas Party. I bought the exact ingredients, and also made the ice cubes. I can’t wait! Hopefully I wont get everyone at the party drunk, it seems like it will be very strong. lol

  • Anna at

    Hello. Can you give the ingredient amounts for single servings of this cocktail?

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      I wouldn’t necessarily recommend this as a single serving. But, it would be:
      2 parts Cherry 7-UP
      1 part pink champagne / sparkling rosé
      1 part whipped vodka

      xo Michael

  • Grace at

    Love your recipes! One question . . ., how do i make the ice cubes clear and how do i get the cranberries and rosemary sprig to look so beautiful (as shown in your cubes)? FYI, I did buy the colossal cube trays as you suggested.

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      I didn’t use any special tricks. Just added the water as normal and thats how they looked. 🙂

      xo Michael

  • Cicelyann at

    Hi! Using this as a signature drink at our wedding. How many servings does this amount yield please?

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      About 15 8-ounce servings.

      xo Michael

  • Sabrina B at


    I want to thank you for this, a nice cocktail recipe even after the holidays, was searching for something vodka cranberry-ish, but not just those two ingredients!

  • Linda at

    I made this for a holiday party and it was quite tasty and all was consumed. Even my boyfriend who is not a big drinker had a couple of glasses! I froze large ice cubes with evergreens and cranberries. I found that the common Douglas Fir Christmas tree sprigs have needles that fall off easily and this did not work well once the ice cubes started melting, as I ended up with pine needles in my pitcher. I also used a sprig of Cedar evergreen that fell off a wreath and that worked much better in the ice cubes for longevity and less shedding of pine needles. Additionally, I filled the ice cubes with lots of cranberries for a festive red color and floated frozen cranberries in the glasses as pictured on the recipe.

  • Lynette armour at

    How much do I use for individual drink instead of a pitcher?

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      It’s really not designed to be served individually as it’s a punch.

      xo Michael

  • Dina Simon at

    Love! I needed an easy recipe for a signature drink for a party tonight doe 70 or so! We just made a batch and it’s awesome. I wasn’t sure I would like it with the Whilped Vodka but it’s really awesome. Thanks for this! Cheers and happy holidays

  • Christen at

    Hi Michael! This is awesome and I’m going to make this on Christmas day this year. Are you supposed to mix the entire bottle of whipped vodka or just part? Thanks!

    • Linda at

      Yes you mix the entire contents of all three bottles together.

  • Jane S. at

    Your posts are so fun! The recipes are great too! The Jingle Juice Holiday Punch looks amazing!

  • Charles Rigden at

    Hi Michael,

    I’m struggling to find Cherry 7up, probs cause i am from the uk.

    Is there anything i can replace it with?

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Cherry 7up is a lemon lime soda with cherry flavor. So, anything like that would work. Beyond that, something like Sierra Mist or traditional 7up mixed with maraschino cherry juice or grenadine should do the trick! Hope that helps.

      xo Michael

      • Kristal Reid at

        About how much grenadine would you suggest if making the punch this way?

        I know it has been a while but I stumbled upon this recipe and intend to use it for a Christmas party this weekend. L)

  • Connie at

    Love this recipe! How would I make it if I was going to make 2 glasses? My husband and I would like to try it before we make a big pitcher of it for our Christmas party? Thank you

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      About equal parts of each. Maybe a bit lighter on the vodka. 🙂

      xo Michael

  • June at

    Just curious – where can you find the clear glass ornaments for the ornamentini??

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Any craft store sells them. I found mine at Walmart.

      xo Michael

      • June at

        Thanks Michael – one additional question – I have the oversized ice cube trays and thought that would be simple but all my rosemary and cranberries froze at the bottom of the ice cube, not like yours in the photos where they were floating all through the cube. What’s the trick if you don’t mind sharing? Do you have to halfway freeze the cubes w the ingredients and then add one water and freeze again? Only way I can figure out how to get them from staying all at the edge since they float on the water

      • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

        June, I used an ice cube mold versus and ice cube tray. (What I used is linked in the post above.) I assume that’s what made the difference. No special tricks though. I just filled the mold, add the rosemary and cranberries, and put on the lid. Hope that helps!

        xo Michael

  • Ashley at

    Hi! This sounds so fun and festive, but I’m curious, is this drink super sweet?

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Ashley, not really. If you opt for a dry sparkling rose, the only sweetness will come from the 7-up. Hope that helps.

      xo Michael

  • Anai HC at

    Life gives you surprises and surprises that surprise you! Enjoying the best drinks in this year end 2016.

  • Erin at

    How many servings does this usually make?

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      It all depends on how much people drink and the size of your glasses. For a large drink, I want to say about 25-30 servings. For a smaller pour like the glasses I used above, you might get 30-40 servings. That’s just an estimate.

      xo Michael

  • Jane Bowman at

    I will be trying this for the holidays.

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