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White Sangria

Perhaps I should explain myself for those whom have not had the pleasure to indulge. Sangria is a delicious, and highly refreshing alcoholic beverage, traditionally served in warm weather. The Spanish punch, is a mixture of wine, fruit and spirits.

I have been making variations of this Sangria for years, and I’m nearly certain, I have now perfected it. Of course, there are many methods of concocting this blissful summer treat. Now, this particular recipe may not be to everyone’s taste. However, I find it absolutely perfect and in turn, wish to share it with you.

Before I list off the Ingredients and Directions, I would like to offer some advice as to how and when to enjoy it:

The Perfect Meal: Sangria is very sweet, so it is best matched with a savory dish. I find it to be best suited with Back Ribs, or Steak. It’s sweet, thirst quenching mixture provides the perfect relief for salty after-tastes.

The Perfect Day: Enjoy it on a beautiful summer day that you are able to share with others. This drink is not intended for single servings. The idea is to make it in batches for parties or family dinners. Sangria is a form of Punch, so automatically it takes on a very social connotation.

The Perfect Intoxication: If you’re looking to get “wasted” or “buckled” off of Sangria, you will probably need about 50 glasses. This drink is not intended to induce a buzz. Since it contains a very small amount of alcohol, it simply encourages a loose and relaxed state of mind.


500 ml White Wine

500 ml Lemonade

200 ml Orange Juice

1 Can Club Soda

2 shots Triple Sec/Brandy/Run-of-the-mill-dark-liquor-you-may-have-on-hand

1/3 cup Blackberries

1/2 Pear (cubed or sliced)

1/2 Apple (cubed or sliced)

1/2 Orange (sliced)

1/2 Grapefruit (sliced)

1/2 Lime (sliced)


1) Pour all of the fruit to the bottom of a large jug

2) Pour in the Wine and Triple Sec, and let stand for 5 minutes

3) Pour in the Lemonade, Orange Juice, and Club Soda

4) With a thin ladle, stir the mixture vigorously

5) Serve on ice and enjoy.




  • Anonymous

    I think you and Amanda need to swap recipes. Though I am not the biggest Sangria fan (as I am more a red wine individual), I do expect to see this made at Lighthouse Point later this month ;)

    You, JLB, Colin, and I should make a trip and show the world the proof is in the punch!!! SLIIIIIME!!!

    • Chris Elliott

       ROGER THAT!!! That sounds dope.

  • Anonymous

    This sounds so good!

    • Chris Elliott

      I got you brother. You will dig.

  • Anonymous

    This sounds so good!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Amber-Sziklasi/305300731 Amber Sziklasi

    The disclaimer is the best part :)  Looking forward to trying this!

    • Chris Elliott

      I will make some for you guys this summer!! 

  • Anonymous

    Love these blogs.  Bastard has me so hingry and thirsty right now!

    • Chris Elliott

      Thanks for the love dog! You’ll dig this if you make it. Holla

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000583209773 Sabrina Camp

    OMG that looks delic!!
    i love sangria & will definitely try this – thanks :)

    • Chris Elliott

       Thanks Sabrina! I promise, you’ll love it.

  • Amandalstrang

    UMMMMM YUMMMMMMMMMM!!!! Can’t wait to try this!

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