Apple season is upon us — and what better way to take advantage of the season's bounty than with fresh cider from your local apple orchard? This Apple Cider Sangria is a great option for tailgating and other fall parties, especially because making it ahead of time allows all the flavors to marry for an even more delicious drink. Click through for the Apple Cider Sangria recipe.
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Black Sangria Recipe
Hellooo Friday! It’s the weekend before Halloween, which means major party time for many of you. You’ll be happy to know that I have the BEST sangria recipe ever for Halloween! I call it the Black Sangria and the name says it all! A sangria made with blackberries, black plums, black grapes and Apothic Dark...read more
Holiday Sangria: 1 bottle malbec wine (or another full bodied red)- 1/2 cup bourbon whisky- 1/2 cup pure apple juice- 1/2 apple, sliced- 1//2 orange, sliced- 1 plum, sliced (look for a juicy ripe one)- 1/2 pear, sliced (look for a juicy ripe one)- 1 cinnamon stick. Cut all your fruit in equal sizes slices and drop into the bottom of a pitcher or glass jug. Add a cinnamon stick. Add rest, stir. Cover and chill. Serve cold or room temp. Garnish with cinnamon sticks.
This Strawberry Basil Sangria takes the strawberry and basil combination to the next level! Perfect drink to accompany all your grilling recipes this summer. Check out www.evseats,com for more cocktail recipes.
Sutter Home Sassy Sangria! For all of you lucky ones with nice weather, here's a refreshing treat: 1 btl Sutter Home Sweet Red (750ml), 1 btl Sutter Home Riesling (750ml). 1 package blueberries, 1 package raspberries, 1 package blackberries, 1 lemon, 1 lime, 1/2 cup sugar, Ice. Mix all ingredients together. Let sit for one hour before serving so the flavors can mingle. Add ice, serve in stemless wine glasses, top with club soda & garnish with a lemon wedge. Click through for more!