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Pink Sangria Recipe

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This recipe for Pink Sangria, by , is from Equity, one of the cookbooks created at FamilyCookbookProject.com. We help families or individuals create heirloom cookbook treasures.

Lindsay Hermann
Added: Tuesday, September 25, 2007


Rum, lemon (Bacardi Limon) 1/2 oz.
Liqueur, peach 1 oz.
Sour Watermelon Pucker 1 oz.
Vodka, raspberry (Stolichnaya Razberi) 1/2 oz.
Wine, white 3 oz. (Beringers zinfandel)
Sour Mix 1 part
Sprite 1 part
Lemon 1 wedge
Lime 1 wedge
Oranges 1 slice

Take the fruit wedges, and muddle/crush/twist them into the glass, releasing all the nice juices and oils. Fill the glass, which should be a full pint or more, almost to the top with ice. Add peach liqueur, pucker, Stoli Razz, and Limon, and the three ounces of the white zinfandel. A nice shiraz can be substituted for a Red Sangria.

Now depending on your taste, add equal parts sour mix, and sprite. The drink really needs to be shaken, so use your preferred method. After you've established how much Sour and Sprite, the drink can be mixed in the shaker to make things easier.

Feel free to upsize this one with a full bottle of wine, for a pitcher of fruity boozy goodness.




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