Turbo Sangria Cocktail For Afternoon Tea

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Turbo Sangria Cocktail For Afternoon Tea. By Joe’s Wadsack. And How To Make One. Hello friends, Happy Saturday. So how are you today? Joe’s Wadsack’s Turbo Sangria anyone? So tasty!

A fruity drink perfect for sipping on a warm evening outside. How yummy!? There’s plenty of fruity taste in this sangria that’s been given a sparkling twist.

The Turbo Sangria Cocktail brings a vibrant and energetic twist to afternoon tea, making it an unforgettable centerpiece for your gathering.

Joe’s Wadsack’s Turbo Sangria And How To Make One

Turbo Sangria Cocktail For Afternoon Tea:

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Turbo Sangria Cocktail For Afternoon Tea.

“Elegant afternoons deserve a touch of spirited charm.”

This spirited drink blends dry French rose with a medley of fresh fruits, such as oranges, strawberries, and blueberries, infusing the drink with a burst of natural sweetness and tang.

Also, adding some brandy add depth and warmth, while a bottle Rocks Strawberry & Blackcurrant provides a refreshing side.

Served in a stylish glass and garnished with colourful fruit slices and a sprig of mint, the Turbo Sangria not only delights the palate but also adds a festive flair to your tea table.

Its rich, fruity flavours complement both savoury and sweet tea-time treats, making it an ideal choice for a lively and sophisticated afternoon tea experience. So fruity.

You Might Also Need Some Of The Following Items For Making Cocktails And Mocktails:

Firstly, A Cocktail Shaker*. Consists of a metal tin and a mixing glass.

Secondly, A Jigger. Used for measuring spirits and mixers. Jigger*. 

Thirdly, A Muddler*. A tool used to mash fruits, herbs, and spices to release their flavours.

Fourthly, A Ice Bucket And Tongs. For storing and handling ice. Ice Bucket*.

Fifth, Highball Glasses*. For tall, mixed drinks like Mojitos.

Sixth, Old Fashioned Glasses. For short, and mixed drinks.

Seventh, Stock up On Spirits Like Vodka*, Gin, Rum, Tequila, And Whiskey.

Turbo Sangria Cocktail For Afternoon Tea:

Turbo Sangria Cocktail For Afternoon Tea.

Table Of Contents:

  • Firstly, Joe’s Wadsack’s Turbo Sangria Ingredients.
  • Secondy, Joe’s Wadsack’s Turbo Sangria Method.
  • Thirdly, Other Recipe Ideas.

Serves: 4-6

Preparation time: 10 mins

What You Need:

  • Plenty of ice
  • 1 sprig of mint
  • 200ml brandy
  • Half bottle of dry French rose
  • 250 ml bottle Rocks Strawberry & Blackcurrant
  • 200ml sparkling water
  • 2 chopped oranges
  • Two handfuls of chopped strawberries
  • 2 handfuls of blueberries

Turbo Sangria Cocktail For Afternoon Tea:

 What You Do:

  1. For ease and simplicity this can simply be made in a jug, but in order to ensure that everyone gets the same balance of fruit in their drink, I like to put the cut-up fruit into the glass, and just mix together all the wet ingredients with the ice in a jug.
  2. Get a jug and half fill with ice. Add one bruised sprig of mint. No more. Squeeze and drop in two halves of an orange.
  3. Then add 200ml of brandy (it doesn’t have to be premium), half a bottle of Dry French rosé, and a bottle of Rocks Strawberry & Blackcurrant and 200ml of sparkling water. Give it a stir and leave for ten minutes then serve over fruit in punch cups or tumblers.
  4. Add chopped oranges and strawberries and a few handful of blueberries (but not apples it doesn’t work in this drink.)
Turbo Sangria Cocktail For Afternoon Tea

Turbo Sangria Cocktail For Afternoon Tea:

Turbo Sangria Cocktail For Afternoon Tea. Recipe and recipe photo by Rocks Organic. So what do you think of this Joe’s Wadsack’s Turbo Sangria? Do you also fancy trying it?

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Joe’s Wadsack’s Blackcurrant Refresher: Prosecco Ideas:

Joe’s Wadsack’s Blackcurrant Refresher: Prosecco Ideas.

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Pink Rock Collins Cocktail For Afternoon Tea:

Joe Wadsack’s Pink Rock Collins:

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Turbo Sangria Cocktail For Afternoon Tea:

Turbo Sangria Cocktail For Afternoon Tea. Fancy trying any of these tasty recipes out?

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Turbo Sangria Cocktail For Afternoon Tea

Turbo Sangria Cocktail For Afternoon Tea.

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