The Perfect Red Sangria

The Perfect Red Sangria Recipe

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Melissa Royal

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@lyssaanne

I love red wine Sangria, so I have tried making it several different ways, and I must say, I think this one is perfect!

Rating:

★★★★★ 2 votes

Comments:
Serves:
6-8
Prep:
15 Min

Ingredients

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  • 2 bottle
    red wine (preferably spanish table wine)
  • 1 c
    brandy
  • 1 c
    pomegranate juice
  • 1 c
    orange juice
  • 1/2 c
    orange liqueur (triple sec or orange vodka)
  • 1/2 c
    simple syrup (equal parts sugar & water cooked until sugar dissolves)
  • FRUIT GARNISHES

  • ·
    blackberries
  • ·
    pomegranate seeds
  • ·
    apples (tart apples, sliced or rounds made with melon baller)
  • ·
    orange slices

How to Make The Perfect Red Sangria

Step-by-Step

  1. Make simple syrup by cooking sugar and water on medium heat until dissolved. (I usually make at least a cup in case the sangria needs extra.) Let cool to room temp.
  2. Mix all ingredients directly in serving container. Add simple syrup last and to taste. Amount will vary depending on the variety of wine and sweetness of juice. (The higher quality of juice the better the sangria will taste.)
  3. Add fruit. Letting fruit soak for a couple of hours before serving is declious!

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About The Perfect Red Sangria

Course/Dish: Cocktails, Other Drinks
Other Tag: Quick & Easy




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