Jill's Summer Sangria

Jill's Summer Sangria

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"Wonderful drink for the summer or for a holiday party!"
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Ingredients

8 h 15 m servings
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  1. In a large pitcher, mix the red wine, 2 cups rum, 2 cups orange juice, and sugar. Refrigerate 8 hours, or overnight.
  2. In a large bowl, mix the strawberries, pineapple chunks, and maraschino cherries. Cover with 2 cups rum and 2 cups orange juice. Refrigerate 8 hours, or overnight.
  3. Drain the fruit (reserve the liquid if desired). Mix the fruit into the pitcher with the sangria to serve.

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Most helpful positive review

I had a girlie party a few weeks ago and this Sangria was a HUGE HIT!! I had to make enough for 48 servings...I used 1-4L bottle of Blush, 1-1/2 gal of pineapple/orange juice, 1-750ml bottle of ...

Most helpful critical review

Just ok

I had a girlie party a few weeks ago and this Sangria was a HUGE HIT!! I had to make enough for 48 servings...I used 1-4L bottle of Blush, 1-1/2 gal of pineapple/orange juice, 1-750ml bottle of ...

OK, this is one STRONG drink. We had to mix it with gingerale before we could drink it - great flavor, but watch out!!!

Call me a lightweight, but this stuff was STRONG. I only used a cup of rum and was FEELING NO PAIN after a tall cool glass of it at a summer cookout. Great easy recipe, but I'll probably cut bac...

Jill, you rock!! This is an awsome recipe! I did marinate the fruit separate and trust me, we had alot of ideas at our neighborhood meeting after drinking this!! Thanks again for an awsome re...

Excellent! I don't particularly like the rum taste, so I gave it a four star. Also, I used rasberries instead of cherries, because cherries give you gas. Be cautious, I was borderline drunk a...

Superbly Yummy! I (of course) made some alterations to the recipe, following others advice and what intuitively seemed right. I used half watermelon rum (1 cup in each step), cut the sugar in ...

This was excellent, a real hit at the party. We just put the fruit in with the wine and juice instead of soaking them in the rum etc., but if you want more of a kick, go ahead and soak them.

This was great. Very strong, so I doubled the wine and made a larger batch.

This was fabulous! Not one drop was left half way through our party. I added pears and orange slices. Other then that, followed the recipe to marinate the fruit (I probably let it marinate ab...