Sangria Con Tequila

Sangria Con Tequila created by French Tart

From the Border Cookbook, posted for ZWT 3, Mexico.

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  • boil the sugar and water together in a small saucepan until the sugar dissolves and the liquid is clear. set the syrup aside to cool.
  • in a large pitcher or punch bowl, mix together the sugar syrup, wine, juices, and liquors.
  • just before serving time, stir in the sparkling water. add the fruit slices and a lot of ice either to the sangria or to the individual glasses or cups.
  • serve chilled.
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"From the Border Cookbook, posted for ZWT 3, Mexico."

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  1. jennifer a.
    Very excited to find this recipe! I went to Mexico in the 80's for my Senior Trip. That is where I was introduced to real Mexican Sangrias made with Red Wine, and Tequila. I have been looking for a recipe like this ever since. Thanks for sharing!!
  2. Mellie-Mo
    I'm so happy to have found this recipe! I was looking for a sangria recipe that was not run-of-the-mill! This fits the bill! I like tequila and never thought of adding it to sangria, but it seems like a gimme now that I've had it! Can't wait to make this for get-togethers! Thank you for sharing! Cheers! :)
  3. Vseward Chef-V
    This is a sophisticated sangria my friend. Loved the potency and kick. I'm definitely a Sangria lover. Thanks for this wonderful recipe. It's a *Keeper* ;) Cheers ~V Come on over to Bevy Tag and join us.
  4. French Tart
    Sangria Con Tequila Created by French Tart
  5. French Tart
    A perfect combination for me - as I LOVE tequila and sangria! Made for a special evening meal with friends - we had to dodge the rain as we were outside, but this went down a bomb! Thanks for posting. NB: I used Grand Marnier instead of Triple Sec - and the lime juice was hard to find, so I used Rose's lime cordial, diluted to taste! Still divine though! FT:-)
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