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Sangría

Sangría

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As we continue to enjoy our backyards while practicing responsible social distancing, what could be better than a refreshing summer beverage to relax during the weekend, after a long week of readapting to regular business hours?

We bring you a sangría recipe straight from the Mediterranean Coast. Sangría is named after “sangre,” the Spanish word for blood, because of its bright red color, which also reminds every one of the passionate Spaniards. Sangría is one the most world recognized drinks. Enjoy it responsibly!


Ingredientes:

 1 bottle red wine

2 oranges

½ lemon

1 apple

2 peaches

1 tbsp sugar

1 cup of brandy or orange liqueur

4 cups of orange soda

1 cinnamon stick (optional)

Prep:

Pour wine into a pitcher with the juice from oranges and lemon and the cup of liqueur

Add cinnamon stick and sugar. Mix until sugar is completely dissolved

Wash and peel the fruit. Cut fruit in medium sized chunks and add to pitcher. Let it rest overnight before serving

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