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If you’re looking for a simple cocktail to make for party guests, this is the one. Buy a bottle of Mija...
If you’re looking for a simple cocktail to make for party guests, this is the one. Buy a bottle of Mija Sangria and make a refreshing and cooling drink that will only take you minutes to make — serve it in a punch bowl or glasses.
- 4 pieces of luxardo cherries
- 1/4 Ounce simple syrup
- 1 Ounce bourbon, such as Four Roses Yellow Bourbon
- 1.5 Ounces Mija Sangria
- Soda water, to fill up glass
Best-Ever Red Sangria
Sangria comes to us by way of Spain and Portugal and has a long and rich history that dates back to the Middle Ages and was originally aged wine mixed with fruit and spices, such as cinnamon. Our version of sangria is light and bubbly with the addition of seltzer water and the perfect ratio of wine to brandy. Not a red fan? Try our white wine sangria! We also have fun winter time sangrias like Apple Cider Sangria, Cranberry Blissmas Sangria, and Jingle Juice! Or for the warmer months try our frozen sangria or sangria lemonade!
What is the best wine for sangria?
You don't necessarily want to use your best wine for sangria since your mixing other ingredients into it. A few of our favorites are Pinot Noir, Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon.
What are the best fruits for sangria?
You want to use sturdy, flavorful fruits that can sit in the pitcher for a long time without disintegrating. Play off the wine you are using. If the wine has notes of pears or raspberries, use those! Our favorite fruits are below. Go for seasonal fruits as well. Citrus, pears, cranberries, and pomegranates all make great sangria additions in the winter months!
What other sweeteners can I use?
Our sangria recipes uses sugar and orange juice as the sweetener. Honey or agave also work well!
How can I make this ahead of time?
Stir together all ingredients except for the seltzer in a pitcher and refrigerate until ready to serve. The longer it has to sit in the refrigerator the better it gets. Add the seltzer right before you start pouring glasses.
Have you made this recipe? Let us know how you liked it in the comments below!
How to Make Sangria Step-by-Step
Once you have your preferred ingredients in place, here&aposs how to bring them together for the perfect red wine sangria. This Classic Spanish Sangria from Allrecipes community member Lisa is not diluted with carbonated beverages such as club soda. However you can always top it off with a little to lighten it up. This recipe yields six servings.
- 1 lemon, chilled
- 1 lime, chilled
- 1 orange, chilled
- 11/2 cups rum or brandy, chilled
- ½ cup white sugar
- 1 (750 milliliter) bottle red wine, chilled
- 1 cup orange juice, chilled
- Club soda to taste, chilled (optional)
- Before getting started, make sure all ingredients (except sugar) are chilled.
- Slice the fruit into thin rounds and place in a large glass pitcher (like this Amazon best seller).
- Pour in the rum or brandy, and the sugar. Chill in the refrigerator for 2 hours.
- When you&aposre ready to serve, use a wooden spoon to lightly crush the fruit. Stir in the wine and orange juice.
- Top if off with club soda if desired.
Sangria in Rosé, Bourbon, and Blue
The state of Minnesota consists of many, many food bloggers. Did you know that? We have a great group, Fortify: A Food Community (formerly Minnesota Food Bloggers), that is headed up by my lovely and non-stop friend Stephanie from fresh tart.
And it was at a summer gathering of this group (here’s a great recap from my friend Kelli) that I was introduced to a blow-my-mind sangria. Created by Molly McNeil, a gal who never ceases to amaze me with her quick wit, this sangria contained bourbon. It added just that perfect little somethin’ somethin’ that made it stand out. And it magically gave the males in the group a free pass to step away from the Fulton crew, to enjoy this bevvy that might otherwise come off as too girlie. Everyone, including myself, raved about it. And rightly so. It rocked!
This Sangria in Rosé, Bourbon, and Blue is adapted from a drink recipe found in bon appétit. And as soon as I found out from Molly where it came from, I knew exactly the recipe she was talking about. I could picture the article from the magazine, as I had it saved, too. This exact sangria had been “on my list” of new recipes to try. And I could have kissed Molly for mixing it up for us! She added her own little touches (eliminated the tea, added rosemary and peaches), and it was completely wonderful.
Molly’s addition of rosemary made me swoon, and there’s no way I’ll ever make this sangria without it. But I did make some changes, too. There were some gorgeous sweet dark cherries in the fridge that I couldn’t deny adding, although you can bet that I’ll be slicing up a couple of peaches for this drink when they’re sweet and juicy later this summer. I also added some orange juice and Grand Marnier. And I was curious about the black tea that the original recipe included. So I made it both ways. If you like tea (I do), try it. It’s very good with the bourbon, plus it can help add flavor while stretching out the pitcher, if you’re looking for a sangria that’s a bit more mellow. If you like a fruitier sangria, I would add a favorite fruit juice.
DIY Mija Sangria Bar
Hello from my wonderful Maine vacation! I've been having a glorious week with my family, enjoying beautiful weather, Maine beaches and lobster, hanging with my nephews, and so much more. Also, a cocktail or two. Isn't that what summer vacations are all about? This summer, I had the opportunity to team up with Mija Sangria, so I packed up my sangria supplies and brought them to Maine to set up a DIY Mija Sangria Bar during our vacation week.
The sangria bar occurred during nap time, but my nephews were very intrigued by the set-up. They love fresh fruit and juice, so it felt almost cruel to leave them out of it (they were also peering out the window at us when they should have been sleeping), but they still have a good 18 years before they can join in on the sangria fun. Sorry, bud!
Mija Sangria is a natural bottled sangria made with premium wine and 100% real unfiltered fruit juice (including pomegranate, açaí and blood orange) for a homemade taste. It comes in both red and white (new this season!) versions, both of which I had at my DIY sangria bar. It's also gluten-free and has 3 times as many antioxidants as a glass of red wine!
Mija is perfect for bringing on trips since it's basically instant sangria and comes in a flip-top bottle. You really don't have to add anything but ice to Mija, but if you're like me, you always want fresh fruit in your sangria.
I kept the DIY sangria bar simple with a variety of fresh fruit and sparkling water for anyone who likes their sangria with bubbles.
But in my mind, you can't have a sangria bar without some fun accessories, like glasses, straws, and napkins. Hint: Oh Joy! for Target has the best DIY sangria bar accessories around. I've always been in love with Oh Joy! but especially for summer parties. Thanks to my sister's fab artistic skills and decorating the pretty Sangria Bar chalkboard (my handwriting leaves much to be desired).
And have you ever seen more appropriate vases for a sangria setup? "Yay!" is exactly how I feel about sipping on Mija Sangria on my vacation. Another fun fact? At 9.5% ABV, Mija is one of the highest-proof sangrias you&rsquoll find on the market. Happy summer!
I love how Mija makes it so easy to have a sangria bar on the go!
After a long hard day at the beach, we were all more than ready to sip on some sangria. We filled our glasses up with ice, Mija Sangria, and a whole lot of fruit.
I'm usually very much a red sangria drinker, but I actually loved Mija's white sangria. With guava, orange, lime, and lychee juices, it has a fun tropical taste to it. I added limes, cherries, blueberries, and kiwi to my sangria.
But everyone did something a little bit different. Which is the best part of setting up your own sangria bar.
I don't buy a lot of "pre-made" cocktails, but was really impressed with Mija. It's made with 100% fruit juice and not overly sweet, which I've found is often a problem with other pre-made cocktails out there. It's perfectly balanced and really doesn't need anything added to it. Of course, if you want to go wild, you could also add other liquors to your sangria bar or even sparkling wine instead of sparkling water. The options are endless!
Replace "Paris" with "Maine" and those napkins on the left are exactly how I feel right now.
Cheers to an awesome summer vacation with all the sangria we want. At any time of day.
How on Earth am I going to go back to the real world next week? Luckily, I have another bottle of red Mija and another bottle of white Mija that I'll be bringing home with me. Something tells me I'll need to set up another DIY sangria bar next weekend!
Thank you so much to Mija Sangria for sponsoring this post! Most of the Oh Joy! items I used in this post are now sold out, but for information on where to get some of the other accessories I used in my DIY sangria bar, see below (some are affiliate links):
Also, keep in mind that you can purchase Mija Sangria online!
There's still plenty of summer left to enjoy your own sangria bar! Remember, fall doesn't start until mid-September (and fall sangria is some of the best around, anyway!).
Summer Bourbon Sangria
See I have a hate/love relationship with birthdays especially when it’s my birthday. I loved them as a kid when it meant having tons of my friends over and having a blast with them. But now things have changed. Most of my friends live far far away and sometimes year goes by without seeing and sometimes even talking to them. So birthdays are no longer that fun and now all grown up with tons of responsibilities, I feel with every passing year it keeps getting busier & busier. Though I must say I am grateful for everything that has happened and hoping for an amazing many more years!
But being a food blogger, it entitles me to make my own drinks & appetizers on my birthday! So that’s exactly what I did! I made us a boozy summer sangria with tons of gorgeous summer produce and a dip #recipecomingsoon.
Let’s talk about this sangria today. This is the ultimate sangria drink you can have in your repertoire. I am telling you there is nothing better than a chilled pitcher of sangria made using sweet white wine, bourbon, fresh mint and lots of fresh fruits. It’s like heaven in a glass. I was all the time drooling while taking pictures! I mean seriously just look at this beauty!
Make sure you chill this sangria for good 5-6 hours as that’s what makes the fruits all boozy and the best part while sipping on sangria is ALWAYS munching on those juicy boozy fruits! So I suggest you make yourself a big pitcher of this and enjoy sunday night while watching reruns of your favorite shows, Hello House of cards!
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Bourbon makes an intense sangria punch
Wine is an overlooked mixer, but it can add complexity, intense flavor and bright acidity to a cocktail. And the boxed format is convenient, economical and always fresh.
When I was testing this particular cocktail recipe, I was enjoying a spicy grilled pork tenderloin for dinner. I happened upon a perfect pairing.
Crafting the sangria-like punch with a rich red wine brings depth and complexity, making it both a great sipper and a complement to a rich and savory course. A fiery touch of bourbon makes it perfect for lovers of red sangria and Manhattans.
Red Wine, Spiced Apple and Bourbon Cocktail
For the sage simple syrup
36 ounces bold, red wine (I used Naked Grape Merlot)
12 ounces bourbon (I used Basil Hayden’s)
12 ounces apple juice or cider
3 ounces ginger liqueur (I used Domain de Canton)
3 ounces sage simple syrup
12 ounces chilled Pellegrino Aranciata Rossa, to taste
8 to 12 pieces candied ginger, for garnish
For the simple syrup: In a small saucepan, combine the cane sugar, water and sage sprigs. Bring to a slow boil over medium-high heat and then lower the heat to a slow simmer, until the sugar dissolves. Remove from heat, let steep for at least 10 minutes, discard solids and let cool completely.
For the ice mold: Slice the oranges and place slices in a bowl or casserole dish. Toss in the cranberries and sage sprigs, then chill the bowl with water. Freeze 24 hours, or until solid. When ready to use, run warm water on the underside of the tin to release.
In a large pitcher or punch bowl, combine the red wine, bourbon, apple juice, ginger liqueur and sage simple syrup. Stir until incorporated, and chill in the refrigerator until you’re ready to enjoy. You can also make this portion of the cocktail a day ahead and store it in the refrigerator just give the mixture a good stir before serving.
For the cocktail: When you’re ready to serve the cocktail, fill your pitcher or punch bowl with ice and add the chilled cocktail mixture. Quickly top with the Pellegrino blood orange soda, taste for balance, and give the mixture a gentle stir. Prep individual cocktail glasses with ice, add the finished red wine and bourbon cocktail, and garnish with candied ginger pieces.
Recipe notes: Definitely go for the Pellegrino Aranciata Rossa soda. If you’ve had it before, you’ll know why. It has the best aromas and flavors of any blood orange soda I’ve tried.
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As Louisville turns to fall, it’s time to break out some of our favorite bourbon beverages for the colorful months of autumn. Every bourbon enthusiast knows how complex the process of making bourbon can be. If you’ve been on a distillery tour you’ve seen the grain silos and cookers, heard about their secret mash bill, and — if you’re lucky — taken a taste from the fermenters.
Often overlooked however, is the complexity involved with creating apple cider, one of the best drinks to pair with bourbon when the leaves start falling.
Most large scale apple cider production start with 1,000lbs of apples in a giant storage bin, which stay like this often for over a week to soften and ease the process. They are then washed and ground to a consistency similar to applesauce. Each factory creates this applesauce mixture from a number of different apples, which each have a different flavor profile. This is when the process starts to mirror creating bourbon.
Not unlike your favorite distillery, the percentage breakdown of apple types that go into apple cider varies from producer to producer, and is often a well-guarded secret. Once they achieve the correct mix for their flavor profile, the applesauce is pressed by a cider press – or wring. The wring delivers 30,000lb of pressure, and expels the cider through plastic tubes into a cooling tank. From this point it’s fermented, bottled, and sent to grocery stores around the world.
This small batch recipe combines bourbon and apple cider in a classic autumn sangria. Try it with your favorite red wine, and relish in the hard work that went into creating your favorite fall cocktails.
Variety of sliced apples (3-4)
Combine all ingredients in large pitcher. Refrigerate. Let sit for at least 4 hours or overnight. Serve over ice.
Bourbon Apple Cider Sangria Cocktail
Alice is back with another yummy fall recipe, an easy fall wine sangria perfect for sipping on those chilly fall nights around a bonfire or for bringing to your Holiday parties. In my case, I’ll just make up one for a Monday night. Yum!
Bourbon-soaked apples and pears combine with sparkling wine and apple cider for Bourbon Apple Cider Sangria.
Fall brings an abundance of deliciously creative comfort food in our house, we’ve been enjoying everything from Pumpkin Mussels to Butternut Squash Mac and Cheese Cupcakes. The fall creativity doesn’t need to stop with dinner, our cocktails need some love too. So after you’ve made Apple Pie Bars, save some apples for this sweet and strong, Bourbon Apple Cider Sangria.
My husband watched as I made this recipe. I poured the bourbon over the apples and pears and he said, “Wow, that’s a lot of Bourbon.”
Yes, yes it is a lot of Bourbon. For one person, but we are making a pitcher of Bourbon Apple Cider Sangria so it’s for a group of friends, right?
Of course it is. But I won’t judge you if you are snuggled in your smart wool socks, sitting by a toasty fire with your sweetie and this whole pitcher disappears.
I love bringing Sangria to parties. Just bring the components to the party and assemble when you get there! I brought this to a block party and it was a huge hit and super simple to make.
Looking for a perfectly fall-inspired meal? Pair this drink with my Slow Cooker Maple Bourbon Pot Roast and use up more of that Bourbon and some of those apples you have left over from the orchard.
Old Fashioned-Inspired Sangria
As Kyle was sitting contemplating our summer blog posts, he realized something – there has never been a single recipe on this site featuring cherries. Cherries are one of summer’s bountiful delights. Their ruby red glow and sweetness always reminds one of the season. But, since it has been too sticky and muggy to want to bake anything (with or without cherries) – he found a boozy way to break our cherry silence.
The boozy path led Kyle immediately to a Sangria-type drink to combine cherries with a cherry-forward wine such as Pinot Noir. He ended up using a Pinot Noir incidentally named Cerise, the French word for “cherry”. In his Sangria-creating quest he was led to Amada, a Spanish restaurant in Philadelphia. They use a specific technique for making batches of Sangria: the Sangria fruit is marinated in a mixture of simple syrup and spirits (typically brandy and orange liquor – to keep things traditional) and then they mix it with wine and a bit of sparkling water to order. This helps marry the flavors of the fruit and booze, getting the fruit extra boozy – the best part of a glass of Sangria. It also keeps the fruit crisp, instead of getting completely water-logged from the wine and soda.
With cherries on his mind, he had thought of pairing them with oranges. Then the thought came to him, what if he kept the orange liquor, but swapped the brandy for bourbon – and maybe added a dash of bitters. Now the drink began to resemble an Old-Fashioned Cocktail. An Old-Fashioned can be delicious, but it can tend to be a bit too booze-heavy for the summer heat. The addition of wine and the sparkling water lightens up the Old-Fashioned-ness of the drink, transforming it into a delightfully refreshing summertime cocktail. So, the recipe’s title Old-Fashioned Inspired Sangria came to be – not quite an Old-Fashioned Cocktail and not quite a traditional Spanish Sangria. Inspired it is.
In order to avoid pitting all those cherries for the cherry syrup, The Kitchn has a pretty ingenious cooking hack. Just heat the cherries and sugar in a saucepan until the cherries start to burst, mash them up with a potato masher, separating the cherry flesh from the pits. Once the mixture has cooked for about 15 minutes or so, strain the whole thing through a sieve, leaving all those pits behind.
There you go! You can have a delicious cherry syrup without any fussy pitting or ruby-stained fingers (a stain that can last for days, I might add). Once the cherry syrup was all strained, the oranges, bourbon, orange liquor and bitters were added to create the fruity, boozy base – all inspired by Amada’s Sangria.
This Sangria makes the perfect entertaining cocktail. It allows you to have a delicious signature cocktail for all guests to enjoy, but at the same time, making it totally customizable to suit each person’s tastes. If one prefers a boozier (and simultaneously sweeter due to the cherry syrup), slow, sipping drink, add roughly a 2:1 ratio of fruit base to the wine before topping it off with a bit of sparkling water. If a more traditional, wine-forward Sangria is someone’s thing, use roughly a 1:1 ratio of the base and wine. Sometimes one doesn’t particularly like Sangria. Not a problem, you can always have a bottle (or two) of wine already open for their sipping pleasure. This way you can have a Build-Your-Own-Sangria (or Pour-Your-Own-Wine) bar, allowing everyone at the party to enjoy the same type of signature drink. Since the fruit and booze are made ahead of time, you do not have to play bartender all evening. Everyone, including the host/hostess, can sit back and relish in a glass of Sangria (or wine) and enjoy the party.
Here’s What You Need For This Low Carb Fall Harvest Bourbon Whiskey Sangria:
- Warm whole fall spices of choice – we used cinnamon sticks, star anise, cardamom pods and whole cloves. * or sweetener of choice
- Red wine of choice
- Bourbon whiskey of choice. For this recipe, we suggest making our apple cinnamon infused whiskey (see instructions below)
- Homemade low carb apple cider or apple cider substitute* (see notes)
- Cardamom bitters (optional) (optional)
- Orange, sliced into rounds or half rounds
- Apple, cut into slices
- Pomegranate arils
- Cinnamon sticks and star anise for garnish
How Long Should I Let This Fall Harvest Whiskey Sangria Sit?
We recommend allowing the fruit to sit in your sangria mixture for at least a few hours before serving to help infuse the flavors. You can even let the mixture sit over night. The longer the better, but we do recommend consuming the whole batch within 3 days.
What Are Some Of The Fruit Juice and Fruit Juice Substitutes I Can Use In This Recipe?
This recipe uses our sugar free keto grenadine recipe and our homemade low carb apple cider, which makes it a bit on the higher end in terms of carbohydrates than some of our other cocktail recipes. You can use store bought cider, but why not make our sugar free version? Each glass is about 7 net carbs. You can also use Sparkling Ice Crisp Apple flavor to reduce the carbs. Another great option would be their seasonal cranberry frost flavor, or even their ginger lime flavor, which tastes more like ginger than lime!
If you were to simply replace the real apple cider with Sparkling Ice, the carb count per glass could be reduced to 5 carbs per glass. You could add as much as you wanted (to taste) and it would not affect the carb count. Sparkling Ice is made with sucralose, so that might not be ideal for your diet. We don’t mind it. To each their own! If you are going to add Sparkling Ice instead of apple cider, make sure to do it just before serving, not before, or it will go completely flat while it sits in the fridge.
How Do I Prepare The Spiced Sugar Free Simple Syrup For This Whisky Sangria Recipe?
To prepare this sugar free spiced simple syrup, you will add some extra water. This is because we will boil the whole spices in water to infuse the flavor more effectively. Some of the water will boil off before we add the sweetener. We will use a total of 24 ounces of water.
To prepare the spiced simple syrup, we will start by toasting our whole warming fall spices of choice. We used 4 whole cinnamon sticks, 3 star anise, 5 cardamom pods and 6 whole cloves. Ginger would be a great addition too! Once the spices are toasted and fragrant, you can add your water and bring it to a rolling boil. Allow it to boil for 15 minutes. When the water is brown, it’s ready. Discard the whole spices, and then stir in your allulose. We add an equal amount of allulose to your spiced water to make a simple syrup. This is usually between 1 & 1.5 cups depending on how much water evaporated during the boiling process. This is what gives our whiskey sangria such a lovely fall flavor.
Do I Have To Make The Spiced Sugar Free Simple Syrup?
No, you don’t have to make the spiced simple syrup for this recipe. You can just as easily add more of our keto grenadine syrup instead of simple syrup. Alternatively, you could add more apple cider or apple cider substitute (to taste). Just be aware that adding keto grenadine or apple cider instead of sugar free simple will add carbs. Alternatively, you could prepare just a regular simple syrup with equal parts allulose and hot water. The spiced simple syrup adds a nice warm flavor. Do be aware of this if you decide to skip it. Simple syrup is incredibly easy to make.
When making it sugar free, we highly suggest using allulose. You could use whatever sweetener you like, but we find that allulose doesn’t crystalize like other (non sugar) sweeteners do. Just be aware that if you use sweeteners aside from allulose, it may crystalize after a few hours. You will want the sugar free simple syrup to be nice and syrup like before adding it to this fall harvest sangria.
How Do I Prepare The Apple Cinnamon Infused Whiskey? Can I Use Regular Bourbon Whiskey?
For this recipe, we prepare a batch of our apple cinnamon infused whiskey ahead of time. To prepare, simply start by chopping up about 1 apple. Add the apple and 4-5 cinnamon sticks to a jar, cover it with your favorite bourbon whiskey. This apple cinnamon whiskey sour is a great example of how to use this warm flavored whiskey! The infused apple cinnamon whiskey is the perfect addition to this fall harvest drink so special. You don’t have to use an infused whiskey though. You can definitely just use your favorite bourbon whiskey! Just note that the apple cinnamon infused bourbon whiskey and the spiced simple syrup are optional. However, they add the great warm fall flavors that make this fall sangria so special.
Is the Fruit Included In the Nutrition Information For This Whiskey Sangria?
We don’t add in calorie information for the sliced fruit, or from infusing the whiskey. We’re not food scientists and we simply don’t know how something like this would be calculated. While we aren’t entirely sure, we feel that it’s probably a pretty negligible amount of carbs added. Personally, we so we don’t worry about the carbs that the fruit adds. Just be aware that it adds probably a small amount of carbs and calories to your drink that are not included in our nutrition information. You should also add whatever fruit you like, it’s really up to you!
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Let’s Make This Fall Harvest Bourbon Whiskey Sangria:
A few days before, we recommend making your Apple Cinnamon infused whiskey. You can simply add cinnamon sticks and apple slices to a mason jar and cover it with your whiskey of choice, and let it infuse for at least 3-4 days. Strain before use and discard the fruit and cinnamon sticks.
- When it’s time to make the sangria, start with your spiced simple syrup. It’s extremely simple to make but it should cool down a bit before handling it, so you will want to start with this step first. In a sauce pan, add your spices and toast until fragrant. Then, add your water and let the spices and the water come to a rolling boil. Allow the spices and the water to boil together for 15 minutes. The reason we do this is to get a very strong spice flavor infused into the water.
After the water turns a nice golden brown, it’s ready. Simply remove and discard the spices, and then add your sweetener until it dissolves. You can stir with a spoon to help it along. You do want the water to be quite hot while adding the sweetener. Set aside for it to cool down. That’s it!
- Now, assemble the sangria. In a large bowl, pour in a bottle of wine, whiskey to taste, apple cider and your sugar free grenadine.
- Add in your fruit, and then add in your spiced simple syrup to taste. We ended up using 1/4 a cup of our spiced sugar free simple syrup.
- Serve and enjoy! Feel free to make this a day or so ahead of enjoying! Let us know how much you love this fall harvest whiskey sangria.
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