The best creative activity for adults

Making sangria is easy.

A quick Google search for recipes will give you about 1 420 000 results. I just checked. The other option is to use the basic principles of sangria making and let your imagination run free.

  1. You need wine. The cheaper the better. You can make even the most awful wine bearable in sangria.
  2. You need fruit. Pretty much any fruit in the fridge is a go. If you plan ahead you can freeze the fruit, OR freeze the fruit in ice cubes if you really want to impress someone. (Valentines Day hint boys)
  3. Add sprite or soda to sweeten it up and give your drink some fizz.
  4. A couple ounces of liqueur is a game changer in your sangria. I usually go for peach schnapps, Chambord — a raspberry flavoured delight — or brandy. Flavoured vodka or Port aren’t bad options either.
  5. If you happen to have juice in the fridge, toss some in there. A little goes a long way. You can always add more but you can’t take it out.
  6. Now you drink it.

It’s honestly the easiest thing. People get all excited when you say you have sangria too. Experiment and let me know if you find a heavenly combo that I have to try.

Here is what winging sangria before RAW: Almond looks like.


Also if you haven’t been to RAW: Almond yet, you should probably go check it out.





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