Tropical Sangria

Sangria is one of those drinks that lends itself to local interpretation. It shows up in a wide range of flavors, including a white-wine based variety. The more traditional version was recently sampled by those of us here at The Bent Page. We enjoyed several glasses at the Screaming Eagle restaurant in Aruba. Here’s a photo.

The trick is to be careful how much fruit is put in the glass. It can get overly sweet or tangy depending on the type used. The good thing is, sangria refreshes as much as it delights, which is why a liberal amount is always recommended. Enjoy responsibly.

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Published in: on August 12, 2011 at 1:18 pm  Comments (2)  
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  1. near the villa we stay in in portugal is a pub that makes white wine sangria. its divine!

    • So many flavors to try!


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