A Winter Sangria Recipe
A lot of our store goes beyond just clothing - we have gifts, home decor, party supplies, etc. When these elegant wine glasses came in we knew we needed to show them off to you. The gold detailing is so eye-catching and will make all of your guests swoon!
Although Sangria is traditionally known as more of a summer drink, red Sangria can easily be made into a winter cocktail. Notes of cinnamon and brown sugar warm up your taste buds with a smooth, fruity finish. Delicious! Keep reading to find the recipe.
1 cup Tropical blend juice (we bought Tropicana, which was in the orange juice section.)
1 cup Fireball Whiskey
1 bottle dry red wine (we used Woodbridge's Cabernet Sauvignon)
1 tablespoon brown sugar
2 Blood oranges, 2 green apples, 1 mango, and cinnamon sticks
Cut all of your fruit and put in a pitcher.
Add in your brown sugar and cinnamon sticks.
Pour your wine, juice, and Fireball into the pitcher.
Stir well, serve over ice.
For a rimmed glass use brown sugar and agave to garnish.
Wine glasses from Bruder Hill Boutique
What do you think will you be indulging in a few glasses of this delicious Sangria this weekend? While you're at it, stop in for a set of these gorgeous gold accented glasses!