10 Ways to Make Sangria! Martha is the queen of the party punch, alcoholic or not, but when it comes to sangria, there's so many ways to make something marvelous. It's a great drink to serve a crowd without and here's a few of our favorites from the woman who knows a "good thing" when she tastes it! Melon Mint, Fun Recipe, White Wines, Summer Drinks, Fruit Infused Water, Martha Stewart, Sangria Recipe, White Wine Sangria, Honeydew Melon
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Cranberry Old-Fashioned-Christmas Cheer 8 fresh or frozen cranberries 2 teaspoons sugar 2 dashes of Angostura bitters 1 strip (2 inches) orange zest 2 ounces bourbon Muddle cranberries, sugar, bitters, & orange zest with water in a medium glass until sugar dissolves. Pour in bourbon. Add ice cubes. Enjoy!
Mint Melon Sangria Ingredients: 1 ½ cups diced watermelon 1 ½ cups diced cantaloupe 1 ½ cups diced honeydew melon 2 cups ice 10 mint leaves Juice from ¼ lime 2 bottles sparkling white wine Directions: Pour all of the diced melons in a large glass pitcher. Top with ice. Gently muddle mint leaves with the lemon juice. Add to pitcher. Pour wine in last and stir with a wooden spoon.
Sutter Home Sassy Sangria! 1 btl Sutter Home Sweet Red (750ml), 1 btl Sutter Home Riesling (750ml). 1 package blueberries, 1 package raspberries, 1 package blackberries, 1 lemon, 1 lime, 1/2 cup sugar, Ice. Mix all ingredients together. Let sit for one hour before serving so the flavors can mingle. Add ice, serve in stemless wine glasses, top with club soda & garnish with a lemon wedge.