Rosé Sangria Recipe
Summer is in full force here in the south of France and with the warm weather comes the need for a refreshing drink. I've searched far and wide to find the perfect summer drink which is refreshing and fruity with a twist.
A sangria is one of those summer drinks that's refreshing and gives off this southern vibe. You'll remember those summer holidays you took in Spain when all you cared about was how warm the water was and if the bar by the beach was serving a good sangria. Take a trip back to those times with a recipe that combines ripe summer fruits and a cool, fresh rosé.
The trick here is to use fresh produce from your local supermarket or farmer's market. The fresher the fruits the easier it will be for them to infuse into the rosé and create the perfect fruity sangria.
Peaches, Raspberries and Blackberries
Cutting up fresh peaches, best to cut them in small pieces so there's more surface contact to infuse
Once you cut up the fruits, let them sit in a pitcher overnight with the rosé. This will avoid you having to mix in some type of liqueur to sweeten it up. After leaving it overnight you can then add in some Prosecco for an added fizziness which can bring about a little something extra to the drink without having to add sparkling water.
Finally once all of these steps are completed all that is left to do is to pour the drink into some tumblers and add a raspberry and blackberry on a cocktail stick for some added decoration. Then go out on your terrace or patio and enjoy the sunset with this cool twist on a sangria.
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