"This simple and delicious twist on sangria is sure to have your guests wanting more! The best part is you can add any fruit and it still works great! Stock up on the supplies as surely one pitcher will not be enough." — Jen G
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1 (750 milliliter) bottle
sour apple schnapps
sliced fresh strawberries
halved seedless grapes
This was one of the best sangria recipes I've tried. I omitted the rum, but the apple schnapps added a nice flavor. Thanks!
Can't say this was my favorite. I can't really put my finger on it, but it just didn't impress me like I thought it would.
I have tried 9 of the Sangria Recipes on this site, but this is the BEST of them all. Thank you. I first had sangrai in Spain 11 years ago and loved it. Since then have tried to re-create that recipe and this not only reminds me of Spain, but it's a better recipe. Thank you again.
This is a very good recipe as it stands for a quick Sangria. On warm days when I know we will be outdoors I add some club soda and serve over ice.
This was fabulous! I would leave out grapes next time, and add a orange & raspberries. Oh and trust me, you need to make at least a double batch.
Fantastic! I used vodka instead of rum and it was wonderful. If you leave it overnight the strawberries will lose their color, but they still taste great. Of course, you can always drink it immediately!
So good.....I am making a HUGE batch for the 4th of july bbq. the last time i made it, i had to make a 2nd batch really quick b/c we went through the first batch so quickly!
Oh, this is tasty stuff! Really delicious and yep, it's potent. How great for parties, this comes together in a snap. I made mine this morning and let it chill up in the fridge for 8 hours so you can really taste the fruit. Fun & festive & highly recommended! Thanks for sharing this recipe with us.
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