By Eddy − On Wednesday, April 18, 2018, 6 years ago in Drink Recipes
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Portuguese Rosé Sangria Drink Recipe


This Portuguese rosé sangria drink recipe makes a very delicious and refreshing drink for a warm day.
Portuguese Rosé Sangria Drink Recipe


Preparation time1 h 15 min
Cooking Timen/a
Ready In1 h 15 min
Level of DifficultyVery Easy
Servings6

Ingredients

1 cup of strawberries, washed and cut into quarters1 nectarine, washed and cut into cubes2 small limes, washed and cut into quarters1/2 cup of mango vodka3/4 liter of rosé wine, cold1/2 liter of 7 Up, coldSugar (to taste)
1 cup of strawberries, washed and cut into quarters1 nectarine, washed and cut into cubes2 small limes, washed and cut into quarters1/2 cup of mango vodka3/4 liter of rosé wine, cold1/2 liter of 7 Up, coldSugar (to taste)
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Instructions

  1. In a large pitcher, put the fruit, some sugar (to taste) and vodka, stir well and place it in the refrigerator for about an hour.
  2. Add the remaining ingredients, mix everything together and adjust the sugar if necessary (to taste).
  3. Serve ice cold.
Recipe & Photo Credit: bolachasecia.blogspot.pt

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