From its humble roots in Spain and Portugal, Sangria has grown to become a popular party drink the world over. Typically it is created from red wine, spices, and cut fruit, but recipes vary widely. Sangria is based on traditional wine punch served across Europe for hundreds of years, beginning in the Middle Ages.
Sangria recipe: yields 1 ½ gallons
3-5 liters red wine
2 cups pomegranate juice
2 cups Grand Marnier (or to taste)
Variety of cut fruit
Simple syrup (to taste)
1 Oliver Pluff Sangria Spices - 1.5oz
1. Steep spices in 2 cups boiling water.
2. Allow to cool for 1 hour, then combine with 3-5 liters red wine, 2 cups pomegranate juice, 2 cups Grand Marnier, along with cut fruit - lemons, limes, oranges, apples, and blueberries.
3. Steep overnight in the fridge.
4. Sweeten to taste with simple syrup. Serve over ice.