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French and West Indian flavors combine in this fizzy South Carolina Low Country punch named after the St. Cecilia Musical Society in Charleston where it was first served. Dark rum, champagne, and club soda are stirred together with brandy-marinated lemon and pineapple slices and a green-tea-infused simple syrup. The herbal, warm flavors of this punch make it perfect for gracing the holiday table or serving at any social gathering.
Game plan: You can make the brandy-infused fruit and tea-infused simple syrup the day before. Cover and refrigerate, then transfer to a punch bowl and add the remaining ingredients when you’re ready to serve. Learn how to open a Champagne bottle the right way so you don’t spend its sparkle before you add it to the punch!