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Texas Peach Sangria
Texas Peach Sangria
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Cool, crisp, and refreshing. That is what you'll think when you sip on this Texas Peach Sangria Recipe! If you're looking for a great summer drink recipe, then learn how to make sangria to freshen and delight your guests this summer. This alcoholic drink recipe combines peaches, cinnamon, mint, and other fantastic flavors. This is an easy sangria recipe to make at home. After boiling all ingredients in a saucepan, let this peach sangria stand for 8 hours, if desired, then enjoy! Combine this drink with other summer recipe ideas for an evening out on the patio.

 

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Primary TechniqueFood Crafting

Easy

Mix It Up with These Sangria Recipe Ideas!

While sangria recipes are traditionally made with a bottle of white wine, we know that this isn’t everyone’s first choice. Some may find it isn’t their flavor of choice, others may find it too expensive, and others simply don’t want to run to the store and would rather use what they have on hand!

Here’s a handy list of alternative alcohols that can be used to substitute the white wine. Hopefully, you have at least one of these in your cooler or cupboard right now!

White Wine Alternatives:

  • Peach Schnapps
  • Rum
  • Vodka
  • Champagne
  • White Zinfandel
  • Brandy
  • Red Wine
  • Triple Sec

Looking for more options? Here’s what Kristin Anderson from The Wine Buying Guide has to say…

"Sangria recipes are so versatile. If you don't want to use (or don't have) a bottle of wine, you can substitute other tasty beverages to make it into a punch recipe.

There are 750ml (about 3 1/4 cups) in a bottle of wine, so aim to use about that much liquid as a substitute. You could use various fruit juices or lemon-lime soda. Just omit any other sugar until the end and add to taste - with the sweeter juice and soda you may find you don't need it.

If you still want some alcohol in this recipe, then add your liquor of choice along with the juice or soda. Try 1/2 cup - 1 cup of rum, vodka, or brandy. You could also add two types of liquor, such as 1/2 cup triple sec and 1/2 cup rum. Enjoy!"

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