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Cocktails & Spirits

Sangria...........exchange recipes idea's.

jrvedivici | Jan 2, 201312:37 PM     13

Although I rarely drink it I am often asked to make it for parties and after which I am often asked for my recipe. I thought it would be fun to get some idea's on different way's of preparing Sangria however I didn't find any topics dedicated to it so I decided to start one. Here is my sangria recipe:

(it's best to make this one day in advance and let the fruit truly ferment into the sangria in the refrigeration)

Cut fruit usually apples, orange, grapes, strawberry, blue berry's and raspberry or blackberry.

For the base wine I use Carlo Rossi Sangria. ($14. per gallon) lol

1/4 .750ltr bottle of coconut rum.

1/4 .750ltr bottle of peach schnapps

1- 1 1/2 cups apple juice

1- 1 1/2 cups orange juice or sunny delight

1- 1 1/2 cups berry flavored club soda

(All measurement are extremely rough season the wine to taste with the above mentioned additives. Normally I make two gallons which equates to about a half bottle of the rum and schnapps)

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