Red Wine Sangria: Hi there food lovers! Just thinking, have you ever had the Spanish replica of a Red wine sangria garnished with pineapple juice? Well, if you haven’t, you’re in luck. Even if we can’t go all the way to Spain to get the exact recipe, we can make ours. Let’s show you how.
Before then, let’s tell you a little about this drink. Sangria is an alcoholic beverage originating in Spain and Portugal. Under EU regulations only those two Iberian nations can label their product as Sangria; similar products from different regions are differentiated in name.
Red Wine Sangria With Pineapple Juice
Just thinking, have you ever had the Spanish replica of a Red wine sangria garnished with pineapple juice? Well, if you haven't, you're in luck.
- Red wine
- Pineapple juice
- Lemon slices
- Ice cubes
- Start out by washing and slicing your lemons. You'll be using this to garnish the wine later. Place the slices aside. Now, in a big jar, add your pineapple juice. You can use any fruit of your choice, as long as you like the taste afterwards.
- After you have added the pineapple juice, add your red wine to the juice to mix up. You'll notice that the juice has changed color. This is okay because naturally the red wine would conveniently outshine the juice.
- Now, add your lemon slices to the mixture. Add some ice and stir gently. You can either add your ice to the glass you would like to serve with or add it straight to the jug – whichever one works for you. Serve chilled all the same.
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