Summery Passion Fruit Sangria

passion fruit wine sangria

January 1st 2015By May I have that recipe

Is there a better summer drink than a fruity sangria?? Perfect for summer! We gave it a little twist by adding stone fruit, that pairs beautifully with the floral passion fruit taste. Add Ice cubes right before serving the sangria. If you plan ahead you can make orange juice ice cubes and add them to the sangria instead of plain ice cubes. Allow the sangria to sit for a few hours in the refrigerator before serving. Serve Cold.


Strawberry and Blueberry Flavored Ice Cubes

Strawberry and Blueberry Flavored Ice Cubes

July 10th 2013By Melinda Strauss

When you're looking for a refreshing kick to a simple glass of water, these berry flavored ice cubes are a great choice!


Sparkling Mango Strawberry Sangria (Non-alcoholic)

Sparkling Mango Strawberry Sangria (Non-alcoholic)

July 27th 2011By Joy of Kosher

Tony Abou-Ganim created this non-alcoholic sparkling sagria to serve to any guest.


Sparkling Mango Strawberry Sangria

Sparkling Mango Strawberry Sangria

July 27th 2011By Joy of Kosher


Rose Granita


July 8th 2014By Chef Laura Frankel

a proper granita is made of delicate and clear ice crystals. refreshing and so beautiful! take the time to “rake” the mixture several times instead of trying to short-cut and grind the mix in a food processor. that will yield “snow” and we are looking for a delicate crunch.


Pomegranate Sangria

Refreshing Pomegranate Sangria

May 16th 2014By Joy of Kosher

Pomegranate sangria is easily made using Morad pomegranate wine. This recipe is made extra strong with your favorite vodka. Add any seasonal fruits and enjoy.


Hibiscus Sangria

hibiscus sangria

June 30th 2014By Chef Laura Frankel

Hibiscus flowers are not only gorgeous on your patio or balcony; they make a tart and beautiful sangria as well. Hibiscus is chock-full of vitamin C and blood- pressure lowering qualities. this sangria is perfect for a summer BBQ or luncheon.


Guava and Sour Orange Sangria

guava and sour orange sangria

July 11th 2014By Chef Tami Weiser

Refreshing and delicious, this sangria sings well with so many dishes--but with garlicky dishes, it dances a little merengue, too. If you can’t find sour orange juice ( it’s in the Latino section) you can use fresh orange juice, fresh lemon juice and fresh lime juice ( 1 tablespoon orange juice;1 tablespoon lime juice; 1 tablespoon lemon juice).


Cranberry Peach Sangria

Cranberry Peach Sangria

July 13th 2011By Joy of Kosher

If peaches aren’t in season, you can buy frozen peaches. When cranberries are in season each fall, be sure to buy a few extra bags and freeze them so you have them on hand year-round!


Basic Sangria