Sangria: this is how you make it traditional or just a little different

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Atraditional sangria is delicious, of course, but variations on this Spanish drink are just as tasty. parkling sangria with watermelon for example, or a variant without alcohol. We selected the best ideas for you.  

making sangria

We often see red wine-based sangria, with a mountain of ice cubes and freshly cut fruit. Served in pitchers, with a wooden spoon and sometimes – unfortunately – with a thick layer of sugar on the bottom.

We prefer a pure variant, made sweet and fresh by fresh fruit or possibly with a dash of soda. And a nice variation: once with white wine, or without alcohol at all. See our favorites here.

The classic version

A red sangria only needs to consist of a few ingredients: red wine, orange liqueur, brandy and fresh fruit such as (orange) apple can be enough. Click here for a traditional sangria recipe . It tastes best when the pitcher has been in the fridge overnight.

Don’t have time (anymore) to leave the sangria in the fridge overnight? Then go for a quick variant. ( Click , click , click )

For an even fruitier effect, you can opt for extra – and different types – of fruit. Nectarines and peaches, for example, are doing very well. Add a cinnamon stick or fresh mint leaves for extra flavor. Click here for a nice  fruity recipe .

white sangria

For a fresh alternative, you can make your sangria based on white wine or prosecco. With watermelon, lime and mint or apple , your drink gets a wonderfully fresh taste.

Do you prefer your sangria with a sweet taste? Then make it with a sweet white wine, such as Riesling .

The eye also wants something so try to combine it with different colors of fruit. For example , raspberry, combined with peach and mint .

The alcohol-free version

For a sangria without alcohol, start with delicious fruit juices and lots of fresh fruit. For example , pomegranate juice , in combination with cinnamon sticks and tea.

You can also replace the pomegranate juice with grape juice . Again, leave it in the fridge overnight. Then it will be the tastiest. cheers!


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