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    Thai-Basil Sangria

    50 mins to make • Serves 12


    1 Lemon, Zest of
    1 Orange, Zest of
    12 Orange, thin slices
    8 Thai basil, sprigs

    Baking & Spices

    1/4 cup Sugar


    1 Club soda
    1/2 cup Orange juice, fresh


    1 Ice

    Beer, Wine & Liquor

    3/4 cup Brandy


    1/4 cup Water


    2 bottles Chilled pinot grigio
    • Irene Wheeler

      Thai Basil Sangria (white wine + fresh squeezed orange juice + dash of brandy)

    • Ashlea Masters

      thai basil sangria - looks like a great summer drink!

    • Brianne Carter

      Thai Basil Sangria served in Mason jars. Two loves.

    • Parisa S

      Thai-Basil Sangria Recipe on Food & Wine The Spanish drink sangria draws its name from the blood-red color of its traditional red wine base. This stripped-down version gets its rich golden hue—and zingy flavors—from white wine, fresh-squeezed orange juice and a kick of brandy.

    • ambika davies


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