The Perfect Sangria Cocktail For Mom

Cocktails are always a great idea, and during brunch there’s nothing better than a delicious sangria. It’s refreshing, light and the perfect addition to any Mother’s Day celebrations. This weekend treat your mom right when making cocktails for the day, add a little variety by serving up a glass (or two) of  this one of kind sangria made with Beso Del Sol Sangria.  ENJOY!

 

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Spicy Simmered Sangria
1 liter Beso Del Sol Sangria
3 cinnamon sticks
3 pieces of fresh ginger, about 2 inches
6 pieces of cloves
Nuts as desired (hazelnuts, blanched almonds, and raisins)
Sliced fruit (oranges, apples, lemon)
Sugar (to preferred taste)
Blackcurrant juice (to preferred taste)

Method: Combine and heat up to 140 degrees Fahrenheit and strain before serving. Crush or chop nuts and raisins into small bits and add as desired. Add slices of orange, apple, and lemon. Add blackcurrant juice and sugar to preferred taste.

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Beso Del Sol is an authentic imported sangria from Spain and is available in two flavors, the Red is a 100% Spanish Tempranillo wine blended with natural citrus juices and a touch of cinnamon and the White is natural blend of 100% Airén white Spanish grapes, lemon, peach and mango juices- both have an 8.5% alcohol content.  Remember- there’s always room for wine. 

 

About Vique M. (151 Articles)
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