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Somewhere between Sangría and Planter’s Punch, the flavor of this refreshing cocktail pops thanks to Yellow Chartreuse and Grand Marnier. It’s a guaranteed way to keep your guests cool at your next barbecue.
This recipe was featured as part of our Wine Cocktails recipe slideshow.
Adapted from "Mr. Boston Summer Cocktails"
Place all of the ingredients in a punch bowl and stir to combine. Add a large block of ice and serve in highball glasses filled with ice. Garnish with a slice of orange.
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