This Pina Colada Sangria literally takes less than five minutes to throw together, but is so insanely delicious that you'll want to make at least two batches, since your party guests will go nuts for it.
Spring Sangria: 1 750ml bottle white wine (light, fruity), 3 c. Sprite or lemon/lime seltzer, 2 to 3 c. pineapple juice, thinly sliced lemons, lime, and orange (pineapple too if desired). Stir liquids together and refrigerate. Stir in fruit slices shortly before serving. (Because seltzer is less sweet, I added 1/4 c. triple sec)
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The Perfect Beach Bellini Tea Cocktail
When we were in Turks and Caicos this past Christmas we learned how to make the Island’s signature drink recipe — a Rum Punch. We made them a few times everyday in our villa and ordered some when we hung out on the beach. I fell in love with the beauty of this cocktail and...read more
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Keep your beverage dispenser flowing by lining glass pebbles along the bottom. It prevents fruit bits and pulp from clogging the spigot and also raises the beverage level so you don't need to tip to get the last drink out. Also, if you put the pebbles in the freezer first, they'll help keep the beverage cold. Genius!! ❊