Winter Red Sangria

Processed with VSCO with c4 presetHello my loves! It’s been a while since I’ve posted a blog post so I thought I’d get a quick little recipe up here for the holidays and New Year. I haven’t been blogging because I’ve been VLOGGING!! For those of you who don’t know what vlogging is, it’s just me essentially documenting my daily life in video form so you can see what I’m up to day to day. I’ve been doing this for the month of December so you guys can get a better feel for what I’m really like behind the words and cocktail recipes! You can actually see me making this Sangria in my Vlogmas Week 4 post which should go up on my YouTube channel the week after New Years! If you would like to watch any of my videos or subscribe to my YouTube channel click HERE.

So, this Sangria recipe is super simple but absolutely delicious. Hope you guys love it and if you recreate it make sure you tag me on any of my socials so I can see!

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INGREDIENTS

2 bottles of Cabernet (whichever brand you prefer)

Orange Liquer (any brand)

3 Red Apples

3 Large Oranges

Fresh Rosemary

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HOW TO MAKE

Cut apples into small cubes add them to the container your Sangria is going in

Slice one orange into wheels or half moons and add to apples

Add fresh rosemary on top (I just put the whole container of them in)

Pour the two bottles of Cabernet right on top of all of the fruit and rosemary

Add half of the bottle of orange liqueur (.5L) – you can adjust the amount of this if you don’t want it to be as strong

Juice the two leftover oranges into the Sangria bowl

Stir all of the ingredients together and let sit overnight so the fruit can soak up the booze

That’s it!!!!Ā Just pour over ice, and add some of the sangria soaked fruit in and drink. So simple and it’s such hit at any party or just to keep in your home for the frigid cold days where you don’t want to leave your house! Fair warning though, this Sangria is surprisingly strong and it will creep up on you haha

Cheers guys šŸ„‚

Denise Whelan

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