Easy, wrong-way sangria recipes taste all right
There is a right way to make sangria. It usually involves a dozen or more ingredients and plenty of time.
But when I’m in the mood for something boozy and fruity – often as I’m about to slap something on the grill – taking the time to do it right is an approach that just doesn’t work for me. Because doing it right generally means slicing and chopping plenty of fresh fruit, then sitting around patiently for an hour (some recipes say a day) while the flavors meld.
So over the years I have perfected the wrong way to make sangria, a recipe that makes a deliciously refreshing fruity-winey cocktail by the glass in about 2 minutes.
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