Strawberry Sangria

Lisa Walker


Oh my goodness gracious, I came up with this and well I just have to share this on with you


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    1 container fresh strawberries
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    1 container of black berries
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    1 orange
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    1 bottle white wine
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    1/4 cup raspberry liquor ( i used chambord)
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    1/2 cup vodka ( i used smirnoff sorbet light raspberry pomegranate)
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How to Make Strawberry Sangria


  1. Take half the strawberries and mash them up to make a juice for best results place mashed berries in a Tupperware container and let sit over night. If you can't wait you can put them in the blender with a little water. You will need about 1 cup of juice.
  2. In a pitcher put in 1/2 the blackberries, the rest of the strawberries cut up. Slice orange and add wine, vodka and liquor. Mix all together.
  3. When ready to serve full glass with ice about 3/4 glass of mix and top off with Sprite
  4. Note: this tastes the best of you let it sit for a day or two. You can drink it right away but best of it sits

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About Strawberry Sangria

Course/Dish: Cocktails
Main Ingredient: Alcohol
Regional Style: Canadian

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