There’s a delicious Columbian restaurant in St. Augustine, appropriately called The Columbia Restaurant, that serves the best pitchers of sangria. (The Cuban sandwich and 1905 Salad is also to die for, but I digress.) They bring all of the ingredients out to your table on a tray and mix the drink together right in front of you. The result is a sweet, fruity concoction that leaves you feeling refreshed, an especially nice treat after a day of sightseeing in the nation’s oldest city.
There are a million ways to make sangria but all of them involve wine, liquor, and fruit. Sangria is a great cocktail to making in large quantities and serve at outdoor parties, a summertime staple. My favorite sangria is a good white wine version, though a prosecco (bubbly!) sangria is totally up my alley as well. Here are some great sangria recipes perfect for your next celebration.
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