Sangria
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Sangria
Cocktail recipe

Rating

4.54 / 5
This classic Spanish drink is a great mix of red wine and fruits. Simple, yet delicious. This classic Spanish drink is a great mix of red wine and fruits. Simple, yet delicious.
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1964
Base ingredient
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Red Wine
Garnish
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Lemon, orange, mint, strawberry
Alcohol content
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10.78% | 1.99 units *
Details
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Easy
Classic
Stirred

Cocktail Colin says:

5/5

Sangria pairs the deep, robust flavors of red wine with refreshing citrus notes and a hint of brandy warmth, creating a balanced and inviting drink that's both fruity and sophisticated. The addition of orange liqueur and sugar syrup enhances its sweetness, while the soda water introduces a light fizz that makes it particularly enjoyable on a warm day.

Method
How to make a Sangria

Serves 1 · Takes 3 minutes
Stir all the ingredients except the soda water together in a mixing glass with ice
Strain into an ice-filled wine glass and top up with a splash of soda water
Garnish with slices of strawberry, orange and lemon, and mint sprigs, and serve
~ This recipe no longer makes a pitcher! // Juices should be freshly-squeezed. ~

Learn more about some of the mixology terms used in this cocktail

·  Stir  ·  Strain  ·  Garnish  · 

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FAQ's

ORIGINS_HISTORY

What is the origin of Sangria?

Sangria originates from Spain and Portugal and has a long history dating back to the Middle Ages. It was traditionally made with red wine and local fruits, and has evolved over time to include various fruit and spirit combinations.

FAQ

Can I use different types of wine for Sangria?

Yes, while traditional Sangria is made with red wine, you can also use white wine or rosé to create variations like White Sangria or Rosé Sangria. The choice of wine can influence the flavor profile and color of your Sangria.

FAQ

What are some common fruits to add to Sangria?

Common fruits include oranges, lemons, apples, peaches, and berries. You can experiment with different fruit combinations based on seasonal availability and personal taste preferences.

FAQ

How long should I let the Sangria sit before serving?

It is recommended to let Sangria sit for at least a few hours, or overnight in the refrigerator, to allow the flavors to meld together. This waiting period helps in enhancing the overall taste of the Sangria.

NON_ALCOHOLIC_VARIATIONS

Can non-alcoholic Sangria be made?

Yes, you can make a non-alcoholic version of Sangria by substituting the wine and spirits with grape juice or other non-alcoholic wine alternatives, and sparkling water instead of soda water for the fizz. This allows everyone to enjoy the refreshing taste of Sangria without the alcohol content.

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