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25+ Sangria Recipes

I do LOVE sangria

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Raspberry Vodka Mojito

A new take on the Raspberry Mojito, including Ketel One Vodka. A great summer cocktail.

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Frozen Mango-Lime Margaritas

Frozen Mango-Lime Margaritas | Kitchen Treaty

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White wine sangria

This is the best sangria! It's made with tons of fresh fruit, white wine, champagne, and pineapple juice and has NO refined sugar! Perfect for brunch or by the fire!

Creative Culinary | A Denver, Colorado Food and Cocktail Blogfrom Creative Culinary | A Denver, Colorado Food and Cocktail Blog

Raspberry Vodka Mojito

Raspberry Vodka Mojito.

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Very Pinteresting {Sangria}

So much sangria

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Raspberry Sangria Wine Slushies at America's Fair

Raspberry Sangria Wine Slushies

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Very Pinteresting {Sangria}

20 Sangria Recipes :)

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Strawberry Sangria

Strawberry Sangria -- easy to make, and naturally sweetened with honey! | gimmesomeoven.com #strawberrysangria #sangria

Freutcakefrom Freutcake

Raspberry Beer Cocktail

Raspberry Beer Cocktail Sounds like a summer treat

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25 Refreshing Summer Drinks

Sunset Sangria

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Sparkling White Peach Sangria

Sparkling Moscato Peach Sangria. Yes, please!

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Tropical Pineapple Sangria

Tropical Pineapple Sangria 750 ml Riesling or Moscato wine 15 oz. can pineapple in juice (not syrup) 1 large orange, sliced into circles 2 limes, sliced into circles ½ c. coconut rum seltzer or club soda, optional Stir together all ingredients except seltzer in a large glass pitcher. Cover and store in refrigerator for at least three hours before serving. Serve over ice, with a splash of seltzer if desired. @curtd1