1. Horse & Carriage Punch saveur.com So pretty! This bad girl is made with gin, St. Germain, triple sec, and chamomile tea. Double or triple it if you're serving a big crowd. Get the recipe. 2. Blood Orange Sangria howsweeteats.com Get the recipe. 3. Earl Grey Gin Punch foodrepublic.com Mixing black tea with booze is sort of like the classiest possible version of Four Loko. Get the recipe. 4. Fishhouse Punch Royale seriouseats.com Rum, cognac and cava (with plenty of citrus) make for a serious 1-2-3 punch. Get the recipe. 5. Double Cider-Bourbon Punch buzzfeed.com Literally (LITERALLY) no one on Earth could dislike this punch: cider, ginger beer, bourbon, lemon, and cinnamon, brought together in beautiful union. Get the recipe. 6. Poinsettia Punch saveur.com Cinnamon and bitters add a little spicy holiday flair to gin. Get the recipe. 7. Easy Does It Punch bonappetit.com I have documentably made this Aperol + grapefruit + bubbly punch for a Christmas party and watched it VANISH into thin air because it is very pretty and very delicious. It's also relatively gentle, so there's not much collateral damage. Get the recipe and instructions for making the ice ring. 8. Cashew Nut Nog bonappetit.com This is sort of like the spicy, sassy love child of horchata and eggnog — and it's a awesome vegan option if you just leave out the beaten egg whites. Definitely DON'T leave out the rum, though. That's important. Get the recipe. 9. Mulled Cranberry Apple Cider gardenbetty.com N.B. this recipe refers to bourbon as "optional" — that is incorrect. Get the recipe. 10. Red Ryder Punch bonappetit.com Campari, rum, Rooibos tea (!) and pomegranate juice make for a super-festive (but very sophisticated) mix. Get the recipe. 11. Bolliwood Punch seriouseats.com Rum, brandy, citrus, rosemary, and a special little pinch of cardamom to make things interesting. Get the recipe. 12. Holiday Sangria onetwosimplecooking.com Red wine, ginger ale, juice, and some nice wintery fruits. Get the recipe. 13. Crimson Bulleit Punch food52.com This is an easy mix of bourbon (Bulleit is nice, but any kind is fine), pomegranate juice, Champagne, and ginger liqueur. It's written as a single-serving ratio, so you can scale up to any amount for a jumbo party. Get the recipe. 14. Mulled Wine whatsgabycooking.com The magical joy-bringing properties of a huge, steaming vat of spicy-sweet wine CANNOT be underestimated. Get the recipe. 15. Rosemary, Baby! Punch seriouseats.com Herb-infused Aperol, bourbon, and honey make a great team. Get the recipe. 16. Orange & Cranberry Holiday Punch foodfanatic.com This hot punch involves the cool combo of rum, red wine, and black tea. Get the recipe. 17. Pomegranate Mojito Punch katieatthekitchendoor.com The ice ring really makes this one a stunner, so don't skip it (you just need to remember to make and freeze it the night before). Get the recipe. 18. Easy Breezy Punch foodrepublic.com Complex flavor, easy prep: Just stir together Campari, vermouth, chamomile tea, orange and grapefruit juice, and bitters. You can scale up the one-drink ratio for any number of drinkers. Get the recipe. 19. Milk Punch thebestremedy.co This is essentially eggnog minus the weirdness of fussing with raw eggs. Still creamy, delicious, and full of bourbon. Get the recipe. 20. French 75 Punch chroniclebooks.com French 75's (gin, lemon, syrup, champagne) are elegant and delightful but would be a nightmare to make separately for every single guest. Self-serve is better. Get the recipe. 21. Red Wine Punch foodnetwork.com Sangria for lazy people? Fruit punch for grownups? All of the above. Get the recipe.