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Sangria

Homemade Sangria it can't get any better than this! Try it with Fajatias! Even though Sangria originated in Spain it is typically served with mexican food. Add Sliced fruit to make it attactive in you pitcher. White wine can be used instead of red, in which case the result is called sangría blanca. In a bar, pub or restaurant, sangría is often served in 1-litre pitchers or other containers large enough to hold a bottle of wine plus the added ingredients. A lid or other strainer for the container helps prevent the fruit and ice cubes from being served. In informal social gatherings, sangría is often served like punch, from a punchbowl.

Ready In:
10mins
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ingredients

  • 3 liters lambrusco
  • 16 ounces no pulp orange juice
  • 6 ounces grenadine
  • 6 ounces creme de cassis
  • 2 ounces grappa
  • 2 ounces triple sec

directions

  • Mix all ingredients in a pitcher and still well.
  • Chill for 1 hour.
  • Serve cold.
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"Homemade Sangria it can't get any better than this! Try it with Fajatias! Even though Sangria originated in Spain it is typically served with mexican food. Add Sliced fruit to make it attactive in you pitcher. White wine can be used instead of red, in which case the result is called sangría blanca. In a bar, pub or restaurant, sangría is often served in 1-litre pitchers or other containers large enough to hold a bottle of wine plus the added ingredients. A lid or other strainer for the container helps prevent the fruit and ice cubes from being served. In informal social gatherings, sangría is often served like punch, from a punchbowl."
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  1. srooc1
    Homemade Sangria it can't get any better than this! Try it with Fajatias! Even though Sangria originated in Spain it is typically served with mexican food. Add Sliced fruit to make it attactive in you pitcher. White wine can be used instead of red, in which case the result is called sangría blanca. In a bar, pub or restaurant, sangría is often served in 1-litre pitchers or other containers large enough to hold a bottle of wine plus the added ingredients. A lid or other strainer for the container helps prevent the fruit and ice cubes from being served. In informal social gatherings, sangría is often served like punch, from a punchbowl.
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