This time last year I was sipping virgin sangria. Whomp, whomp, whomp. This year I get to drink the real thing and I loved every sip of it. In fact I’m enjoying several glasses of this holiday sangria. You may be asking why is it called Holiday Sangria? Well it got its name because it is almost the 4th of July and I used strawberries (red), white peach (white) and blueberries (blue) for the color scheme.
A couple weeks back I received the Primula 3-in-1 Flavor It beverage system. You can brew tea, infuse beverages and keep other drinks cold with the chill core. As you can see from the post I decided to make sangria with this system. I was able to infuse the fruit flavor into the wine with keeping the fruit separate. I was then able to add more fruit to the individual glass right before serving. This kept my fruit from being too soggy and mushy from sitting in the wine all day. The only thing I wasn’t too keen on was that the pitcher didn’t fill all the way to the top with the wine and club soda so the fruit at the top did not get covered in the liquid. Oh well that won’t stop me from making more sangria in this pitcher. I’m also excited to try out the tea brewer because WE LOVE TEA.
ENJOY ~ Meagan
1 bottle of chardonnay
1 white peach, chopped
1/2 cup strawberries, hulled and chopped in half
1/2 cup blueberries
1/4 cup light brown sugar
5 cups club soda
Made with Primula Flavor it Pitcher
Fill the flavor infuser with the peaches, strawberries and blueberries.
Pour the wine into the pitcher and stir in the light brown sugar. When the sugar has dissolved add the flavor infuser to the pitcher. Pour the club soda on top of the fruit through the pitcher.
Place the container in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours.
Pour over ice or serve right out of the refrigerator and top with extra fruit pieces.
Made with out Primula Flavor It
Pour wine into a pitcher and stir in the brown sugar.
Add the fruit and club soda and place in refrigerator for a couple of hours before serving.
Disclosure: I received this Primula 3 in 1 Pitcher to review. I was not compensated for this post and like always opinions are 100% my own.