"Sangría", literally -bleeding- in english (but don't use the English term, Latin american food doesn't have translation), is a drink made with wine, fruits and sugar. It's perfect for those hot days, specially on summer. Very easy to do and with a nice smell and taste.
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Step 1: Ingredients
Sangría is mostly made from fruits and wine, but in this case I will add lemon flavored soda and orange juice.
- Oranges (And orange juice)
- Other fruits of your choice (Apples, strawberries, watermelon, etc.)
- Red wine
- Lemon flavored soda
Step 2: Cutting and Mixing
Now you have your ingredients and you washed them very well, you only need to cut them.
Cut some slices of oranges and lemon, the other fruits finely cut. Add the orange juice to the jar, then the orange and lemon slices, sugar and the other fruits. Finally add the wine, the lemon flavored soda and mix it. Add some ice cubes and keep it cooled before you serve. The proportion mostly to taste, just keep the wine in proportion with soda to 2:3 (Wine:Soda), to keep the carbonated felling.Ap