After I say that this caramel apple sangria is likely to be my new favourite drink, I am being very critical. As it’s, I am an enormous fan of sangria. I’ve very fond reminiscences of sipping on my first true sangria in Spain a few years in the past, however I additionally love discovering new twists on the traditional wine-based drink. And this caramel apple sangria is unbelievably scrumptious.
Would you consider there is a vineyard that makes apple-pie-flavored wine? There may be, and it is Oliver Winery. Since I am at all times recreation for sweeter wines, I made a decision to offer it a strive, and turning the apple wine right into a sangria appeared like a no brainer. It comes together so easily with diced apples, and it is so refreshing and crisp. I even added some caramel drizzle to my glasses for an additional contact of sweetness, however you could possibly simply drink as is in case you desire. Take a look at the recipe under, and take a look at it your self!
If you do not have the apple pie wine, you need to use a sweeter white wine and even add in some apple-flavored vodka.
- 1 bottle Oliver Apple Pie wine
3 cups apple cider
1 cup caramel vodka
1 granny smith apple
1 gala apple
Caramel sundae syrup
- Cube each apples, and place into pitcher.
- Pour in wine, apple cider, and vodka. Stir.
- Place in fridge for at the least 6 hours or in a single day.
- Drizzle caramel syrup contained in the glasses earlier than pouring in sangria.
- 1 pitcher
- Prep Time
- 5 minutes
- Prepare dinner Time
- 6 hours
- Whole Time
- 6 hours, 4 minutes, 59 seconds
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