When traveling in Spain, you can find SANGRIA in large glass jars, use cheap red wine from RIOJA, add spices, citrus and pineapple to make a bubble, add water and syrup, add crushed ice. The slightly sweet taste and the not so strong wine are very suitable for light food. As long as you master the basic formula of SANGRIA, you can change your favorite taste mix by yourself~
Make syrup: mix 3 tablespoons of fine granulated sugar and 3 tablespoons of cold water into a small milk pot, boil over low heat until the sugar is completely dissolved, let cool
Add a small piece of cinnamon and 2 to 3 cloves to the glass jug, and cut into small pieces of various fruits, pour 300ML of Spanish red wine, 30ML white rum or gin, stir in a jug Cover the plastic wrap and send it to the refrigerator for more than 3 hours (preferably refrigerated overnight)
After the cold storage is finished, pour 250ML of water and cool the syrup. Stir well and add ice to drink.
Drinking in Spain like this →_→
1, you can choose your favorite fruit to make, but citrus fruits are essential 2, you can adjust the amount of various liquids and syrup according to your own taste 3, you can also add half orange juice to add flavor