Limoncello Sangria

"I wanted a sangria and decided to do only one glass. So I eyeballed everything. Maybe the quantities described in the ingredients won't be perfect. You can add more or less to suit your tastes ;)"
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  • 2 ounces dry red wine (merlot)
  • 1 ounce orange juice (or maybe 2 ounces, begin with 1 and add more if you want)
  • 12 ounce limoncello (or more)


  • In a glass with ice, add red wine (near half the glass), then add orange juice (should be around 2/3 of the glass). Then top with limoncello.

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  1. This is tasty! I was pleasantly surprised that you could taste the limoncello in it. I added a teaspoon of ultrafine sugar so that it would have that sweet sangria flavor.
  2. This was really good and couldn't be easier to make. In the future, I would probably use more limoncello because I really couldn't taste it at the current proportions.
  3. This was wonderful....I really liked it...served it at our annual Euchre BBQ.
  4. This is delicious. Great blend of flavors and very enjoyable. Thanks for sharing, and for everything you do to make Favorites of '08 tag so much fun!
  5. This was a lovely refreshing, tart drink Boomie. I added both ounces of orange juice and followed recipe as written. Thanks so much for sharing.


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