Summer is almost there and it’s so hot in Toronto already! So it’s time to get refreshments ready and one of my favorite during summer is sangria. It’s not too strong, not too sweet and perfect for parties. I love both red and white wine sangria but my favorite always is white wine. I have been making sangria many times for parties and I like to create new ones, try different flavors and mostly add a lot of fruits.
Today’s sangria recipe is a blood orange sangria made with white wine. I really love San Pellegrino’s pop because they have many different flavors and it reminds me a little of Orangina, a very popular orange pop in France. For the wine I used Sauvignon blanc as it’s a very crisp & fruity/herbal wine that I find perfect for the summer. And of course, no sangria would be good without a little bit of malibu coconut rum! This truly is the perfect sangria for summer!
Let’s start making drinks!
- 1 bottle of Sauvignon blanc
- 3 cans of San Pellegrino bood orange
- 1 orange
- 2 shots of Malibu Coconut Rum
- 1 blood orange
1- In a jug, pour the whole bottle of sauvignon blanc.
2- Add 3 cans of blood orange San Pellegrino and 2 shots of Malibu coconut rum.
3- Press half of an orange and add the juice into the jug. Mix a little so the sangria is homogeneous.
4- Cut the rest of the orange and a blood orange into pieces. You can add more fruits if you want too. Add some ice cubes to keep it fresh and it’s ready to serve!
Blood orange sangria is perfect for your summer parties or as a refreshment to enjoy in the garden or on your patio!
I hope you will enjoy this recipe! Let me know in the comment what you think about this recipe and if you liked it.
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