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Peach Mango Tea Sangria

Peach Mango Tea Sangria created by Rita1652

This started out as a red wine sangria from DIIYnetwork, but I re-invented it for our Independence Day holiday this year. We enjoyed it. And it's not too sweet, which makes us happy! Don't forget, the fruit packs a punch, too!

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  • Bring water to boil in a medium saucepan.
  • Remove from heat. Add teabags and allow to steep 2-3 minutes.
  • Cool completely.
  • Add sugar, using more or less than the recipe according to your taste. Pour into the pitcher.
  • Slice and chop the fruit and add it to the pitcher.
  • Top off the pitcher by adding the white wine.
  • Allow the flavors to blend in the refrigerator overnight and serve over ice.
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"This started out as a red wine sangria from DIIYnetwork, but I re-invented it for our Independence Day holiday this year. We enjoyed it. And it's not too sweet, which makes us happy! Don't forget, the fruit packs a punch, too!"
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  1. Rita1652
    Peach Mango Tea Sangria Created by Rita1652
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  2. Rita1652
    Easy to drink! My DH called it fruit punch! I used Crystal light green tea natural peach mango. So no need to steep and cool. Used a mix of fruit including mango and peach. The picture should tell all. Made for ZWT5. Gracia. :)
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  3. Chef PotPie
    This started out as a red wine sangria from DIIYnetwork, but I re-invented it for our Independence Day holiday this year. We enjoyed it. And it's not too sweet, which makes us happy! Don't forget, the fruit packs a punch, too!
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