Citrus Sangria

The Mid-Week Mixer for today is another in Naomi Blackburn’s Collection of Sangria Recipes… for more fun food and drink recipes, visit Naomi at the Pub and Grub Forum…to get there, just Click Here

060213 005MID-WEEK MIXERS by Naomi Blackburn

As many of my followers know, The Pub and Grub Forum’s drink recipes make appearances on Bette Lee Crosby’s Words, Wit and Wisdom in a spotlight series called Midweek Mixers. This series consists of interesting recipes I find and “Naomi Blackburn Originals”. I have a whole lot of fun with this series because it allows my mixology creativity to really come out. June is Sangria month and I have been testing sangria recipes and developing some of my own. This one is a bit sweeter than most sangria recipes so it is great  for kicking back on the porch. The big thing…make sure it is well chilled and allow the fruit to really sit. Don’t be in a huge rush to serve this!

This drink calls for ORANGE BRANDY. I use:053013 026

I periodically use this in my Margaritas too.

So, here we go:

Ingredients:

3 oranges, halved and sliced
1 lime, halved and sliced
1 lemon, halved and sliced
2 ounces ORANGE BRANDY
1 bottle Riesling
12 ounces lemon lime soda

Directions:

1) In a pitcher add fruit and brandy. Muddle well. Add wine and allow to chill in refrigerator for no less than 8 hours.

2) When ready to serve, add lemon lime soda and stir gently.

3) Pour into prepared ice filled glasses. Spoon some fresh fruit into the glasses.

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2 Comments on “Citrus Sangria”

  1. sherry fundin (@sherryfundin) June 19, 2013 at 12:58 pm #

    Hi Bette. Just got done mowing the lawn and thought I would check my email. Saw this and had to come over. Mmmmmm I am so thirsty right now. lol

  2. fuonlyknew June 19, 2013 at 8:06 pm #

    I see Sherry beat me here! That slacker!! lol
    My mouth is watering and this would sure taste great right now!
    Thanks for sharing this yumminess:)

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