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Ti Punch

The Ti Punch is one of the most notorious rum cocktails. This drink convinces with strong alcoholic notes in which the spirit is clearly in the foreground. We show you how to prepare a Ti Punch cocktail quickly and easily. Discover the simple recipe now!

Ti Punch Cocktail Recipe

  • 6 cl Rhum Agricole
  • 1 bar spoon sugar syrup
  • 1 lime wedge

Step by Step Guide

  1. Pour the sugar syrup, ice, rum and lime wedge into a tumbler.
  2. Stir gently with a bar spoon.
  3. Serve the drink.
Ti Punch
Recipe by Tim


Old Fashioned

Bloody Mary

The Ti Punch is a cocktail that consists of just three different ingredients. The preparation is at least as simple. Simply measure out the Rhum Agricole with a jigger and pour it into a tumbler. Add the sugar syrup and the lime wedge to the glass and stir gently. Now you can serve the drink immediately or enjoy it yourself!

How does the Ti Punch taste?


20 Reviews

The Ti Punch is a very tart and alcoholic cocktail that nevertheless (or precisely because of this) scores with fresh flavours. At the first sip, the inexperienced cocktail connoisseur may be surprised: The drink tastes very alcoholic, but not strong. If you pay close attention, you will detect pleasantly fresh and sweet notes that become more enjoyable with each sip.

The answer to the Old Fashioned

The Ti Punch is the national cocktail of Martinique. It is the island’s direct answer to the American Old Fashioned cocktail. Traditionally, the drink consists of a strong shot of Martinique’s rhum agricole, rounded off with a touch of lime juice and a splash of sugar cane syrup. Of course, original Caribbean sugar cane syrup reduced from raw sugar cane juice would be optimal. However, ordinary sugar syrup also serves its purpose. Similar to the Old Fashioned, the Ti Punch is also made from just three ingredients that can be mixed together quickly and easily. Try both cocktails and find your personal favourite.

Tradition from the Caribbean

In the Caribbean, by the way, the drink is pronounced “tee paunch” – “ti” is the Creole variant of the French petit. Traditionally, the drink is also served without ice and at room temperature. For the inexperienced cocktail drinker, the first sip may be off-puttingly strong and alcoholic. However, no one can deny a pleasantly intense aroma. Each sip is underpinned by notes of fresh and tropical fruits as well as fresh sugar cane, which can be really enjoyable in the long run. Try the drink yourself and make up your own mind about the rum cocktail.

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