By: Danny Berger
Sangria is one of the ultimate summertime drinks for us, especially when it’s made with tropical ingredients. We find ourselves enjoying this drink recipe more and more because our version is simple to make, fruity, and is especially refreshing when it’s hot outside (it’s pretty hot in southwest Florida for most of the year!).
We’ve heard people say that sangria has no rules, and neither does ours, hence the reason we call the following recipe a “base” recipe. Absolutely feel free to deviate from our base recipe and play around with other rums, tropical fruit, and tropical fruit juices/nectars/purees in order to find out what works best for you. We hope that our base recipe provides a good start in finding your favorite homemade tropical sangria, happy sangria making!
1) Pour one 750ml bottle of white wine into a pitcher
2) Add 4 to 8 oz of your favorite rum to the pitcher (optional)
3) Pour 16 ounces of your preferred tropical fruit juice, nectar, puree, etc. into the pitcher
4) Slice up your favored tropical fruit and add it to the pitcher
5) Stir and enjoy right away, or let it sit covered in the refrigerator for a few hours or overnight
Watch how to make: