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Lisa's Super Sangria

Lisa's Super Sangria

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My own special recipe for white sangria is a real party hit! Start this recipe the night before or early in the day when you need it. Be careful, though. You won't even know it's alcoholic until you're falling all over the floor! It's dangerously delicious!

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  1. Arrange the lemon, lime, and orange slices in the bottom of a pitcher or punch bowl. Pour the gin over the fruit slices; cover. Refrigerate overnight.
  2. Just before serving, pour the wine, orange juice, cranberry concentrate, tonic water, and pomegranate seeds into the gin; stir.
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Lisa Harmon

FABULOUS! I loved that it was not too sweet. Everyone does the red wine and juice. This one was different. I needed to bring something to a party that started with a S and this was perfect. Thank you


Loved this! I had white wine drinkers for brunch so tried it....Very simple recipe. The gin is a great touch btw.... it does sneak up on you. I added a bit more OJ , (actually by accident) but my guests didn't mind. I will surely make this again. Served it with Flank steak fajitas and brown rice and black beans from this website. A great meal.


Very yummy! Everyone loved it! We tried it with two different wines - a chardonnay and a sweeter one. The oak taste of the chardonnay was a bit overpowering, so would use a wine made in a metal tank, as opposed to a wood barrel.