Rum and Rosé Wine Sangria Cocktail

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Now this is a perfect cocktail for a hot Summer day ;D Especially at the end of the day, a nice cold glass of Rum and Rosé Sangria, it’s a pretty refreshing cocktail, the trick is to prepare the cocktail in advance, let it sit for several hours to let the flavors meld, and then when it’s time to serve, you serve it cold from the fridge or over ice.

Sangria is a traditional Spanish beverage that typically consists of red wine, chopped fruit, and sweeteners such as sugar, honey or fruit juice. It’s a popular drink in Spain and is often served at gatherings and celebrations. The origins of sangria are not entirely clear, but it’s believed to have originated in Spain in the 18th century, and it has since spread to other parts of the world, including Portugal.

There are many variations of sangria, and they can be made with different types of wine, fruits and sweeteners. Some common variations include white wine sangria, sparkling wine sangria, and even sangria made with beer instead of wine, in this case it’s with rum and rosé wine, and I think it’s a combination made in heaven heheh or well cocktail heaven, let’s check the recipe.

Rum and Rosé Wine Sangria Cocktail

  • Servings: 6
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Rating: ★★★★★
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Sangria is a refreshing and versatile beverage that's perfect for summertime gatherings or anytime you want to enjoy a flavorful and fruity drink.

Ingredients

  • Orange – 1 Large
  • Lemon – 1
  • Lime – 2
  • Rum – 1/2 Glass
  • Rosé Wine – 1/2 Bottle
  • 7Up – 1 Can
  • Mint – 1 Leaf

Directions

  1. You are going to cut both the orange, lemon and limes in half, so for each fruit you want half thinly sliced and the other half just squeeze the juice, the slices add them to the pitcher.
  2. Add the squeezed juice, mint, followed by the rum and rosé wine, mix and taste, then finally add the soda/7up to your taste.
  3. Put in the fridge for at least a couple of hours before serving, enjoy!
Notes: A lot of the process of creating a sangria is by feel and taste, so if you think it’s too strong, you can dilute with soda, if you think it’s too weak, maybe more wine, if you think it’s not fruity enough, then more fruit, and you go from there.

This recipe for Rum and Rosé Wine Sangria Cocktail was originally created on BakeAfter.com. Esta receita de Sangria de Rum e Rosé foi publicada em português no Iguaria.com.

Nutrition

Per Serving: 167 calories; 0 g fat; 9.6 g carbohydrates; 0.5 g protein.

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