All this rain got you feeling a little blue? An easy remedy could be a glass of homemade sangria. It’s among the easiest drinks to make, and you get to put some of that fruit in the fridge to good use. 😉
Los Barrios’ Sangria is as classic as they come! Their family recipe calls for red wine, lemon-lime soda, orange juice, lime juice, sugar and applesauce. Add in thinly sliced orange, lime and apple – the best part:
This just in…original recipe Sangria from Málaga Tapas & Bar. Theirs adds brandy and Cointreau liquour to the mix. Enough for 8!
Serve my Lavender-Scented Sangria over ice. Featuring Eppa Sangria (more on this below), along with club soda, water, sugar and lavender:
This Pineapple Sake Sangria has some bite! Water, sugar, pineapple juice, dry filtered sake, pineapple slices and jalapeño:
The easy route is pre-made and Eppa Sangria is my pick! It’s organic, powered by rich antioxidants and premium varietal wine; a fruity and inviting sangria that’s light and refreshing: