Consider this recipe for a delicious, seasonal rum punch, made with brewed green and mint teas, raw sugar and fresh citrus. The complexity of one of my favorite rums, a blended English-style rum from the Caribbean, adds depth to the punch. Make a batch, keep it cold, and you won't find yourself missing out on your party.
Brew the Sencha and mint tea in 22 ounces of boiling water. Add the raw sugar to the hot tea, and stir until the sugar dissolves. Steep the tea for a few minutes. Remove the tea bags/leaves and discard.Pour the tea into a large pitcher and cool down by adding a quart of crushed ice. Add the lime juice and rum, and stir to incorporate.Serve by pouring the punch over a large chunk of ice. Ladle each cocktail into a punch glass and garnish with freshly grated nutmeg.