Amanda's Work-Appripriate White Sangria

Amanda Logan

"I made this "cocktail" for a big potluck at work, and everyone just went wild for it. I had so many people ask for the recipe, I thought it would be worth posting here! Enjoy!"
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15 servings
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Original recipe yields 22 servings

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  1. Combine the soda and juices in a large container.
  2. Slice fruit to expose as much surface area as possible. For lemons and limes, cut thin discs. For peaches, apples, etc. cut thin wedges.
  3. Chill for a few hours, to allow the flavors of the fruit to intermingle with the sangria.
  4. Transfer into a clearn pitcher or dispenser, and enjoy! Serve over ice for extra freshness.
  5. For an "adult" version, I make the base with a sweeter white wine (pino grigio, riesling, etc.) and do 2 parts wine, 1 part bubbly, and 1 part fruit juice. Ripe, pitted cherries cut in half are also a great addition.


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