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Aug 26 / JW

Spring Sangria


The weather is jussst starting to warm up, and you can tell that spring is right around the corner. So I thought what better way to welcome spring than by making a fruity, delicious white sangria? This is one of my favourite drinks, and I could chug it by the gallon(and nearly have).

First cut up your fruit. I cut the apple and pear into bite size chunks, and then thinly slice the citrus.

I also added grapes which I sliced in half. Put all the fruit in a large jug, then add the brandy, and let it soak for about 20 minutes. If you havent already done so, make your simple syrup(equal parts water and sugar, heated), and let cool to at least room temperature. Next, add your wine, syrup and soda water. Stir well and refrigerate.

Serve ice cold with a bit of the fruit…

Here’s the Recipe:

1 Green Apple

5-6 slices of lemon and orange

1 pear

1 small bunch of grapes

1 Bottle dry white wine(such as chardonnay)

1/2 C Brandy

1/4 C Simple Syrup

1 1/4 Soda Water


First make simple syrup and let cool. Cut pear and apple into 1 inch pieces. Slice Citrus and Grapes. Add fruit to a large jug, then add brandy. Add wine, syrup, and soda water. Stir and refrigerate.










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