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Poinsettia Punch & Christmas Brunch with Crate & Barrel

This post was made in partnership with Crate and Barrel. Recipe and ideas are my own.

The holidays are something we look forward to all year. Good food & drinks, gifts, and family are the best combinations for a celebration. This Christmas may look a little different with everything going on but we will still celebrate accordingly!

So whether you are planning to travel to be with family or keep the holidays low-key at your home, try the Poinsettia Punch to help elevate your Christmas brunch.

poinsettia punch

Even though a lot of Christmas festivities are canceled, that doesn’t mean we can’t make our own safe plans incorporating our favorite traditions. Instead of the large get together, we’ll be keeping most of our plans to close, immediate family and connecting with our extended family and friends virtually.   

poinsettia punch

One of our traditions includes having brunch on Christmas morning. The whole family gathers around in the living room while opening presents. We eat, drink, and laugh together, it’s a time that I really cherish, so I wanted to make something special to share with everyone. 

For our Christmas brunch this year I chose a recipe that incorporates some of my favorite winter ingredients. 

poinsettia punch

The Poinsettia Punch is the perfect addition to our family tradition. It’s so much fun whenever I can share my favorite recipes with the family and it’s even better when I can use gorgeous glassware to show it off! Thanks to Crate and Barrel for partnering with me to make this vision a reality!

I used their Tour Decanter for the bourbon, and the Agnes Etched Coupe and Tour Double Old-Fashioned Glass to sip on the punch in something pretty. In addition to this beautiful glassware, Crate and Barrel also has charming seasonal decor for any style. Decorate with a set of Bottle Brush Christmas Trees and 3-D Paper Trees to spruce up any table (or bar cart). And add a festive element to your living room space with the Lolita Stockings and Lolita Pillowcase. The holidays are about having as much fun as you want with your space and Crate and Barrel makes it so easy to do that!

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To create the Poinsettia Punch combine bourbon, champagne, pomegranate juice, cranberry juice, and freshly squeezed orange juice in the Britta Optic Punch Bowl with a fancy ice ring for a fantastic and festive drink! The fruit juice flavors balance beautifully with the bourbon and the carbonation from the champagne gives the punch an extra fizz.

I love that this punch incorporates so many delicious flavors for the ultimate Christmas brunch punch! The Poinsettia Punch is designed to make your holiday gatherings simpler and tastier. By making a batch of this punch you’ll be able to save yourself so much time during the hectic holidays, so you’re not stuck making drinks all day for your guests. But instead relaxing and making memories with your loved ones. 

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Make sure head over to Crate and Barrel for more holiday inspiration this season!

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poinsettia punch

Poinsettia Punch

poinsettia punch
poinsettia punch

Poinsettia Punch

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Prep Time 10 minutes


Punch bowl
Optional: Bundt pan


Ice Ring

  • ½ cup cranberries
  • ½ cup pomegranate arils
  • 1 cup cranberry juice
  • fresh rosemary
  • lemonade

Poinsettia Punch

  • ½ cup bourbon
  • 1 cup pomegranate juice
  • ½ cup cranberry juice
  • 1 (750) ml bottle of Champagne
  • juice of 1 large orange


For the ice ring

  • Add cranberries, pomegranate arils and rosemary to a bundt pan. Add cranberry juice. Fill with lemonade until fruit is covered.
  • Freeze for 8 hours.

For the Ponsettia Punch

  • Add all ingredients to a punch bowl and stir.
  • Serve over ice or with a fancy ice ring.
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