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Spanish Sangria

Great for those hot summer afternoons or eating with a spicy paella

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  • In a large pitcher, mix together the first 4 ingredients.
  • Cover and refrigerate for several hours or overnight.
  • Just before serving, add the club soda and plenty of ice cubes.
  • Serve very cold garnished with a slice of fruit.
  • Note: if using a punch bowl, float the various fruit on top.
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  1. Salad burnet
    This Sangria went over very well at our ribfest barbeque. Very refreshing with ribs and spicy red beans and rice. I did adjust it to my personal taste and recollections of sangria I had back in my college days. I used 2 bottles of Robert Mondavi Merlot. I squeezed in the juice of one whole orange plus the juice of one lemon (could add lime juice as well). Used Triple Sec, omitted club soda. I added half each of orange, lemon and lime slices just before serving. Left out apples, nectarines and peaches. It was light, not too heavy with alchohol, perfect for a hot summer night. We added this to our summer drink list.
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  2. Momma Jenny
    Everyone at my Sandals and Sangria party loved this! It lightened everyone's spirits!
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  3. Bonnie 33
    I made this recipe for my son's graduation (from college / not preschool) party. Increasing the servings to 305 did not change the excellent flavor. Since then I have had several of the attendees return from Spain and ask for this recipe stating that after sampling sangrias throughout Spain it remains their tried and true favorite.
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  4. Natalie Z
    I used a Spanish Rioja. Delicious flavor and a good drink to go along with spicy fajitas and chimichangas. I served the sangria over ice in large ballon wine glasses. Added a half-slice of orange in each one. Beautiful and very festive. Thank-you for posting.
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  5. Rian G
    Hey, thanks! I'm making this for my Spanish I class, and I think they'll love it.
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