Sangría recipes are some of the most consumed during the summer, and everyone prepares this drink in their own way. Although there is a classic combination, the recipes for sangría can be modified to take advantage of other seasonal fruits. If you dare to make any of these sangría recipes, keep in mind that you can double the ingredients if you are more or less people.
Some of the most typical ingredients of this drink are red wine, sugar, lemon, orange and liquor, among others. Today we dare to experiment with other original and refreshing sangría recipes.
- Red wine (3 parts), lemonade (1 part), soda (2 parts), white rum (1 part), ice cubes, sugar (2 tablespoons), strawberries, blueberries and blackberries
This is one of the sweetest and most original sangria recipes you can try. It is perfect to enjoy with friends and family. Start by chopping up the strawberries, blueberries and blackberries. In a bowl macerate the red fruits in the vodka for an entire night. After this mix in a bowl with the red wine, lemonade, soda and sugar. Refrigerate and then serve our refreshing drink with the ice cubes.
- White wine (3 parts), mango juice (1 part), soda (2 parts), peach liquor (1 part), ice cubes, sugar (2 tablespoons), peach and mango
One of the most tropical sangría recipes you will ever try. Ideal for the summer and to enjoy on the hottest days. The first step is to peel the fruit and cut it into small pieces. After this, let them macerate in the peach liquor for about three hours. Mix with the rest of the ingredients and cool in the fridge until you serve the sangría. Then add the ice cubes to keep it fresh.
- Vodka (1 part), soda (2 parts), rosé wine (3 parts), lemonade (1 part), sugar (2 tablespoons), watermelon, raspberries and ice cubes
Watermelon is the queen of summer and in our sangría recipes it was not going to be less. To prepare this recipe start by chopping the watermelon and the raspberry into small pieces. To make the sangría taste great, macerate the raspberry and watermelon in the vodka overnight (at least eight hours). Add the rest of the ingredients, mixing them well, and put them in the fridge. At the moment of serving the drink add the ice cubes.
Text: María Jesús Colombo