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Classic Spanish Sangria

In this video, you’ll see how to mix up this classic sangria recipe. Prepare yourself: this recipe is not diluted with carbonated beverages, but instead packs a deliciously potent punch with just rum, red wine, and orange juice—plus a little sugar and sliced fruit. Feel free to get creative and add any fruit you want, though the recipe submitter says she’s found that apples and pears absorb all the rum. (Perhaps that’s a good tip for a different recipe!) Watch the video, then get the 5-star recipe for Lisa’s Classic Spanish Sangria. Try it with white or spiced rum.

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  • squitti

This is probably a delicious recipe, but I would call it "Classic Carribean Sangría" or "Classic Mexican Sangría", or something like that, and it is obviously similar to "Classic SPANISH Sangría" but here in Spain, it would be classified as "new cuisine".