This refreshing and delicious Portuguese red wine sangria recipe (receita de sangria de vinho tinto) is easy and quick to prepare and great to enjoy on a warm day.
|Preparation time||10 min|
|Ready In||10 min|
|Level of Difficulty||Very Easy|
1 diced apple drizzled with juice from a 1/2 lemon1 diced orange2 sprigs of mint1 cinnamon stick1/4 cup of white martini1/4 cup of vodka or brandy6 tablespoons of sugar1 cup of non-carbonated orange soda3 cups of red wine1 and 1/4 cups of lime or lemon soda (7up or Sprite)Ice (to taste) Get Portuguese ingredients
- Place the fruit, half the sugar, mint sprigs, cinnamon stick, martini and vodka in a pan.
- Mix well with a spoon, add the red wine, cover and let it stand for 5 minutes.
- When serving, add the orange soda and lemon lime soda (7up or Sprite) and mix it all up.
- Place the sangria in a jar, add the remaining sugar and stir.
- Finally add the ice cubes (to taste), mint and cinnamon stick to the jar and serve.
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