By Eddy − On Tuesday, July 5, 2016, 7 years ago in Drink Recipes

Portuguese Sangria Recipe

Quench your thirst with a fruity Portuguese sangria on a hot summer day.
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Portuguese Sangria Recipe


Preparation time 20 min
Cooking Timen/a
Ready In 20 min
Level of DifficultyVery Easy
Servings8

Ingredients

2 750 ml bottles of chilled Portuguese dry red wine2 cans Sumol carbonated passion fruit juice2 tablespoons sugar1/2 cup of brandy1 bunch red grapes or 1 bunch white grapes1 sliced orange1 sliced lemon1 sliced lime
2 750 ml bottles of chilled Portuguese dry red wine2 cans Sumol carbonated passion fruit juice2 tablespoons sugar1/2 cup of brandy1 bunch red grapes or 1 bunch white grapes1 sliced orange1 sliced lemon1 sliced lime
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Preparation

  • Add the ice to the pitcher.
  • Add the liquids to the pitcher.
  • Finally, add the fruits and sugar into the mixture. Mix it well with a spoon.
  • Let it sit for at least 10 to 15 minutes to chill. *For best results, leave in the fridge for 4 to 8 hours for the sangria to fully absorb the flavors of the fruits. If doing so, pour the cans of passion fruit juice in once it has finished resting to fully enjoy the sparkly carbonation*
  • Serve.
Recipe & Photo Credit: easyportugueserecipes.com

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