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    Homemade sangria

    Sangria, the classic cocktail from Spain, keeps in the fridge, covered with cling film, for a couple of hours – any longer and the wine starts to oxidise and the drink loses its freshness. Serve on ice, if you prefer it a little cooler.

    Serves: 6 - 8


    • Juice of 1 orange, plus orange slices
    • 1 small glass of brandy
    • 1 tbsp caster sugar
    • 1 bottle chilled, full-bodied and fruity red wine
    • Lemon slices
    • Lemonade


    1. Pour the juice of 1 orange plus 1 small glass of brandy into a large jug. Stir in 1 tbsp caster sugar and, when dissolved, add 1 bottle of chilled, full-bodied and fruity red wine, and orange and lemon slices.
    2. Top up with lemonade – anything from 37.5cl (half the quantity of wine) to 75cl (equal quantities with the wine), depending on how strong you like it.

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