Jingle Juice Holiday Punch

Looking for the perfect holiday punch recipe? This Jingle Juice is sure to be a hit! This cocktail is simple, delicious, and beautiful! Even better? You only need three ingredients to craft this delicious holiday punch recipe that absolutely everyone will love!

jingle juice holiday punch

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 in your repertoire. That’s why I thought I’d tell you about my favorite (and super easy) drink to make for gatherings: Jingle Juice Holiday Punch.

Pitcher of jingle juice

The Easiest Holiday Punch

A couple of 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 festive 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.

More Holiday Cocktail Recipes

If this isn’t the holiday punch you are looking for, or if you just want a few more options, here are some other great beverage options to try!

Pitcher with cranberry holiday punch with a full glass in front of it

Jingle Juice Ingredients

As I mentioned above you only need three ingredients to make this Jingle Juice Holiday Punch.

  • Whipped Vodka – The one I like is from Pinnacle brand. Smirnoff also makes a Whipped Cream vodka. If you can’t find whipped, try vanilla.
  • Pink Champagne or Sparkling Rosé – I prefer one on the dry side to cut down on the sweetness of the punch.
  • Cherry 7-up – I prefer the regular here, but you can certainly go with diet. If you can’t find this, you can also use Sprint Cranberry Zero, Cranberry Ginger Ale, or any berry lemon-lime soda.
Pink holiday punch with cranberries

How to Make this Holiday Punch

You really don’t need an explanation on how to put this together because it’s that simple, but I’m going to tell you anyway. Plus, I’ll give you some tips on how to fancify the recipe too!

There is also a printable recipe card with instructions at the end of this post.

Ice cubes filled with frozen cranberry and rosemary

1. 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.

Another way to make it a bit more extra is to just toss in some cranberries. However, I think the ice cubes are such a fun touch and keep the holiday punch cold too.

Adding whipped vodka to a pitcher filled with frozen cranberry ice cubes

2. 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. Give it a quick stir and you’re ready to go.

Pouring pink champagne into a punch bowl

3. Pour, sip, and enjoy!

It’s really that easy. Isn’t that color gorgeous?

The resulting cocktail is delicious and so festive. It’s definitely a crowd pleaser.

FAQs about Holiday Punch

I’ve made this recipe dozens of times over the years. I always get the same questions, so wanted to go ahead and answer them for you here in case you have them too!

Why is it called punch?

I took a deep dive to find the answer to this one! The rumor is that “punch” is from a hindi word that means “five”. Punch was first discovered in India and traditionally had 5 ingredients (alcohol, sugar, juice, spice, and water), so the name makes perfect sense!

This punch is even more simple with just 3 ingredients, but we’ll still call it punch. 😉

How can I make my holiday punch sweeter?

If you are a fan of drinks that are on the sweeter side, choose sweet pink champagne or sweet sparkling rosé. Prefer a less sweet holiday punch? Opt for a dry sparkling alcohol instead.

Typically, bottles will be labeled as sweet or dry, but if you aren’t sure how to tell, ask someone at the liquor store.

What’s the best way to serve this punch?

I’m serving up my punch in these simple, yet elegant double old-fashioned glasses. You can find them here.

You could also serve this in a punch bowl or beverage dispenser.

Glass of pink punch made with sparkling champagne, soda, and whipped vodka.

That’s a wrap on Jingle Juice!

I hope you enjoyed this Jingle Juice Holiday Punch recipe. It’s one of my favorites and I’m certain it will become a go-to for your Christmas entertaining.

Also, be sure to check out my other 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

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Pitcher of pink holiday punch

Jingle Juice Holiday Punch Recipe:

Jingle Juice Holiday Punch

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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 bottle Pink Champagne or Sparkling Rosé*
  • 1 bottle (2 liter) 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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  • Debby Nuzzolillo at

    I’m not sure how many of my guest will drink. How can I make a smaller batch to start?

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      You can just cut the recipe in half or make it drink by drink. Just break down the recipe a bit.

      xo Michael

  • Ajay Prajapat at

    It’s like an Indian “rohafza” drink yet the components are not very same. Many thanks for sharing the guidelines, will undoubtedly gonna try it.

  • Stella at

    This Jingle Juice Holiday Punch seems and kind of refreshment stuff. Super excited to this one, thanks for sharing with us

  • Stella at

    Love this Jingle Juice Holiday Punch , super excited to try this one. Thanks for sharing this recipe with us, will love to try this one.

  • Stella at

    Love this Jingle Juice Holiday Punch, super excited to try this by my own. Thanks for sharing this with us.

  • Girish Jha at

    Love this Jingle Juice Holiday Punch recipe, seems so delicious , will love to try this one.

  • Silvana at

    Can’t wait to make this as our signature drink at our Christmas party. Silly question-is whipped vodka, vanilla flavored?

    • Silvana at

      Never-mind! Just read the comment above!

  • Susan at

    Sooo sweet. Made it for a party the taste was fine, but no one like the sweetness.

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      You can cut down on the sweetness by using a dry pink champagne. My guess is that your pink champagne was too sweet.

      xo Michael

  • Melissa at

    Hi! What size pitcher would you recommend for this? I have a 90oz, will that fit everything?

  • Melissa Norte at

    I am In Panama (country), and can´t find whipped vodka =(
    I asume this will not with regular vodka?

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      You can use a vanilla vodka.

      xo Michael

  • Nancy at

    Don’t comment if you haven’t tried it

  • Jennifer F Alexander at

    I’ve made this for a couple of Christmas parties. Very simple and taste great!

  • Rupesh Kumar at

    Thanks for sharing! How far ahead of time can I mix them up?

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      You want to keep things bubbly so just before serving.

      xo Michael

  • Lydia Chemij at

    I have athrisits in my hands and can’t open Champagne or sparkling wine, can I use Ginger Ale and Cherry brandy as substitutions for this punch?
    Thank you!

  • Vamika at

    surely gonna make this drinks , thanks for sharing ingredients and instructions , will surely gonna try this one.

  • Sachin at

    Its like Indian “rohafza” drink but ingredients are not same. Thanks for sharing instructions , will surely gonna try it.

  • Girish jha at

    Perfect to reenergize, will definitely gonna try it in multiple occasions . Thanks for sharing instructions .

  • Lori at

    We made the punch last night. It was delicious and the cranberries made the drink beautiful. However, I have one critique. Once they thawed in your glass, if you bit into them or ate them, they are extremely sour. I’m wondering if there could be a replacement that you could drink and eat like pomegranate? Any suggestions to what might taste good but not change the flavor of the lunch?

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      They are intuited to be more decorative than as a snack. Yes, you could use pomegranate seeds instead.

      xo Michael

  • Katie at

    Hi! Could this be made with regular champagne, not the rose champagne? I have a huge bottle of champagne that I wanted to use up and found this recipe and thought it could be used?

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      You can. It will change the flavor and color.

      xo Michael

  • Abby at

    How would you make this non-alcoholic but with close to the same taste? I was thinking it would be easy to replace the rosé with Welch’s non-alcoholic sparkling rosé, but I’m not sure what to replace the vodka with. Thanks!

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      I’m not sure you can replicate the taste without alcohol as 2/3rds of it is alcohol. I’d suggest a different non-alcoholic recipe.

      xo Michael

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