Deep red wine, sweet cherries, and blood orange come together with other delicious ingredients to create this spooky Vampire Sangria recipe. It’s perfect for a Halloween party! Be sure to read the note at the end about the use of dry ice.
As you plan your backyard barbecues and get togethers during these warmer months, why not make a batch of White Sangria for everyone to enjoy? A cold glass of white wine is divine, but when you mix your favorite white wine with fresh fruit, something magical happens. This recipe is a great make-ahead cocktail that can be enjoyed any time of day.
There’s nothing like a glass of this Classic Sangria to help you unwind. Even better, this recipe is made with just 5 ingredients!
The holidays offer many opportunities for fun and good cheer. Now’s the time to enjoy and serve festive beverages that celebrate the season and bring in the New Year. Impromptu get-togethers can pop up, so be prepared for unexpected guests with special drinks at the ready!
I love a good sangria, especially on a warm evening with good food and great friends. Sangria makes an ordinary meal festive.
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I don’t know what happens to me when I go to the market in the summer; I see all those crates filled with summer fruits just bursting with flavor and something overtakes my common sense and I end up buy enough to feed an army. I think that the market bewitches me. In the moment, the amount of fruit I buy seems perfectly reasonable. Once I return home (and whatever spells the market has placed on me starts to wear off) I realize that my family and I could not possibly consume that much fruit before it turns from perfectly ripe to rotten.
Hating waste even a single portion of these summer gems means I need to get creative. It was just this type of moment that