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Like most of my recipes, this is a combination of several others because I couldn't find one that was exactly what I wanted.
"LOVE this recipe!
First time I made it, I left out most of the sugar -- it definitely is better with the sugar.
Next time, I forgot to add the soda. Once I remembered and added it, I liked it MUCH better.
Making it last night, we only had 1/4 c of rum. We substituted 1/4 c of a bottled LI Ice tea mix, with rum, vodka, gin, tequila and triple sec. Served the sangria garnished with a few fresh raspberries floating (just uploaded a picture, too). Fantastic! As tripletmama wrote - you'll be the star of any party where you serve this! "
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Put all fruit into a pitcher and add rum and sugar. Refrigerate for 1 or 2 hours, then crush fruit slightly so that juice comes out. Add wine and orange juice. The flavors intensify if allowed to chill overnight before serving. Add lemon-lime soda right before serving (otherwise it will go flat).
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MauraSpeckt 3 months agoGold stars for this one! We were delighted with the tasting of this wonderful concoction, I was enjoying compliments all evening! The lemon lime soda was really the difference here, making it the hit of the evening. A+. I will be making this often!
Valerie411 6 months agoEasy to make! Will make again!
tanduri 11 month ago
Jon5449 11 month agoGood, but more citrus than I thought.
NataliaRN 1 year agoThis was great in a big cooler at our last campout!!'
ashleyraidimond 1 year agoOne of the best so far. Added frozen strawberries. Was a hit at the party.
Foooodies 1 year agoMade it using Shiraz...perfect
Ettat813 2 years agoThis came out delicious! Big hit at both the houses we went to for thanksgiving, one being a Spanish household who are big sangria drinkers!! Thanks :)
12chica29 2 years agoThis recipe was great. I added an additional can of lemon/ lime soda and 1/2 cup of triple sec. YUM...this came out so delicious! Thanks for the recipe.
BaltimoreJohn 2 years agoLOVE this recipe! First time I made it, I left out most of the sugar -- it definitely is better with the sugar. Next time, I forgot to add the soda. Once I remembered and added it, I liked it MUCH better. Making it last night, we only had 1/4 c of rum. We substituted 1/4 c of a bottled LI Ice tea mix, with rum, vodka, gin, tequila and triple sec. Served the sangria garnished with a few fresh raspberries floating (just uploaded a picture, too). Fantastic! As tripletmama wrote - you'll be the star of any party where you serve this!
tripletmama 2 years agoI doubled the recipe and added 1 bag each of frozen strawberries & frozen raspberries & the results were FANTASTIC!! It was the star of our 4th of July party! It was an easy, make-ahead drink that was a big crowd pleaser! Thanks for the great recipe!
tripletmama 2 years agoI've been looking for a great sangria recipe for years and just haven't found one that I loved! My husband and I get the sangria at a local mexican resturaunt and I just can't seem to find one that is similar in flavor. This one seems to be exactly what I was looking for... fingers crossed! I will add some berries to the fruit I think because the one we get at the restaruant has berries too. Thanks for the great recipe!
JeremyFinney 3 years agoA pretty decent sangria. I used 1/3 cup sugar instead of 1/2 and still found it a bit sweet for my taste... May depend on the wine or choice / quantity of fruit. Try a spanish merlot or cab for a more authentic taste.
CApple00 3 years agoVery good! I accidently bought grapefruit instead of oranges and it still turned out great. Very refreshing.
sanclementemom 3 years agoDelicious! Made it for my book club and they loved it. I didn't use the entire can of lemon-lime soda (about 3/4 - and I used Sprite). Will make again and again - yummy!
heatherj714 4 years agoFabulous! I used a Spanish red wine. Absolutely perfect for my house warming party. Used 1 cup of the rum to cover all the fruit in my pitcher and used Fresca for the lemon-lime soda.
themistycat 4 years ago[I posted this recipe.]