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Sangria about sangria

The ingredients in sangria vary, particularly in the type of fruit used, the kind of spirits added (if any). White wine can be used instead of red, in which case the result is called sangría blanca. In some parts of southern Spain, sangría is called zurra and is made with peaches or nectarines. In most recipes, wine is the dominant ingredient and acts as a base

Sangría ( 8 persons):

• 3 litres of red wine.
• 1 litre of lemonade (refreshing lemon drink).
• 1 glass of brandy (cognac).
• 1 glass of liqueur (Tía María, Cointreau, 43 ...).
• 2 peaches.
• 1 apple.
• 1 orange.
• 1 lemon.
• 1 chunk of cinnamon.
• sugar.

You wash all the fruit and cut it in chunks. Add the wine and leave it for some hours so that the wine absorbs the flavour of the fruit. Add the other drinks, mix all very well and cool it. To be served with ice-cubes and some of the fruit chunks.

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