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Start with a large bowl or even a plastic bucket. In Spain the
golden rule is to begin with equal parts of red wine and orange or
lemon soda pop. Add coarsely cut pieces of apple, banana, orange
(with peel) and any other fruit in season such as strawberries,
kiwi, pear, etc. Then, depending on the taste and alcoholic content
you prefer add a splash of any/all of the following:

brandy, rum, kirsch (to 'spike') sweet vermouth (for aroma)

liqueurs:
amaretto
coconut
banana
cointreau
peach

Many people consider a generous sprinkling of cinnamon a must. At
first it looks like it won't dissolve but after a while it does.
If the mixture gets too sweet add lemon juice.

For champagne sangria just substitute cheap sparkling wine for the
red wine.

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Champagne Sangria, December 30, 2004 - 04:49 PM
Reviewer: Irish Gremlin from UK
When in Spain this is a drink I always love. I have tried many recipes but still go back to this one as it is excellent and very like the real thing the Spanish serve. I use cava though not sparkling wine, brandy, banana liquer, apple juice and lots of fruit. Great Recipe .....will continue to toast in the new year with this one

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