It’s blood orange season! Here’s a simple, delicious recipe for citrus sangria. It’s the perfect solution for a last-minute party or casual weekend get-together with friends!
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Blood Orange Sangria, serves six
1 cup blood orange juice (can be substituted with any citrus juice)
1 lemon (sliced)
1 blood orange (sliced)
3 mandarins or clementines (sliced)
1 bottle of champagne
In a pitcher, combine the sliced fruit, juice and champagne. Serve chilled. Enjoy!
My favorite thing about champagne punches is that you can pre-make everything for a party and just add the champagne when the guests arrive. Cheers! Elsie
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- 1 cup blood orange juice (can be substituted with any citrus juice)
- 1 lemon (sliced)
- 1 blood orange (sliced)
- 3 mandarins or clementines (sliced)
- 1 bottle champagne
- In a pitcher, combine the sliced fruit, juice and champagne. Serve chilled.
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Nice with champagne.
I like to drink Eppa Sangria – it already has the blood oranges in it. You cna buy it for like $10 and don’t have to deal with the hassle. Plus its sooooo good!
I don’t know if it’s taste like Spanish sangria but I definately have to try this one. I was in Spain few months ago and I fell in love with sangria. Still have one extra bottle at home 🙂
Firt of all, I’m such a fan of ABM, but this time… do you know that Sangría is ALWAYS made with red wine? if you made the mix with another thing, that’s not Sangría. Sangría is so tipical for us like a capuccino for italian people, please, you can make a version with only a fruit (without apple that makes no sense) but make it without wine is like make capuccino without coffee.
XOXO from Spain
While this sounds yummy, it is not Sangria, at all. The only thing this drink and sangria have in common is the citrus slices.
Yum! I might just have to try this!
Congrats on the collaboration! This looks super yummy!
This looks so good! Next time I have my friends over I will definitely be making this! Looks sooooo good!
ooo! I must admit that for me it is still too cold to be making fruity drinks like these. But I am definitely saving this post so that I can impress my friends as soon as spring really kicks in in Scandinavia!
I am always impressed by your amazing photos, and you have done it again! really brilliant!
Thanks for your comment! I couldn’t believe nobody was going to point that out!
Sangría = red wine + fruits+ spirits
Agua de Valencia = bubbly + orange + spirits
Spirits may vary according to the recipe
Looks very pretty, but that should not be called sangría, that should be called agua de Valencia instead. I come from where both beverages where created, and that is definitely agua de valencia-ish. Sangría has no champagne in it, it is wine. Agua de Valencia has champagne and orange juice plus more sprits.
Yes, Vernors!…only the best ginger ale ever made! Although I still live in the Midwest, I have not been able to find it outside of Michigan though.
Oh my word. These sound so good! My roommates and I are sure to enjoy soon 🙂
Yum, sounds perfect! 🙂
Sangria is my weakness when it comes to “adult drinks”. My biggest problem, though, is making the effort to actually get it prepared. This one looks quick and painless though, so thank you~!
this gets me all excited for spring and summer!
Наверное, очень вкусно!
I thought sangria is made with wine?
This is great! bet it is delicious, and the presentation of it is just amazing!
i could just look at it if i didn’t know how tasty it is! x
Yum! I definitely want to try this!