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White Kiwi-Apple Sangria

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A Cozy Kitchen is desperately trying to hold on to summer with this white kiwi-apple sangria.

Ingredients

  • 1 bottle (750ml Bottle) White Wine
  • ½ cups Orange Liqueur (Cointreau Recommended)
  • 1-½ cup Lemonade
  • 3 whole Kiwis, Peeled And Cut Into Thin Slices (save A Few Slices For Garnish)
  • 1 whole Large Green Apple With Skin, Cored And Thinly Sliced
  • 1-½ cup Green Seedless Grapes, Halved

Preparation

In a large pitcher, combine all ingredients and stir. Allow to chill for at least an hour so the flavors can combine. Serve over ice. Then, make another pitcher.

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Katy on 7.19.2010

The fourth time I made this I used peachtree schnapps and it was even better than ever!

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Katy on 5.23.2010

Wait, is the lemonade supposed to be fizzy? I just bought everything except the lemonade and liquer to make this. I’ve never made sangria before.

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flourgirl on 5.3.2010

Made this for my book club friends on Thursday. Made it on Wednesday night, it was good on Thursday evening but was FANTASTIC on Friday evening. I highly recommend making it a few days ahead. Couldn’t find any Cointreau in our small town so had to settle for Triple Sec.

The second batch was made with a sweet (think reisling) white wine & was great–think I’ll do that again next time. Some orange slices would probably be good in there too!

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rajmax08 on 4.27.2010

made this last weekend. so refreshing, the green apple made it taste so yummy!

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breechbirth on 4.25.2010

jujubee, though i didn’t submit this recipe, i think it generally holds true that sangria is always BEST made the night before the party. just combine everything except the lemonade (or whatever you’re using to add a bit of fizz) in a pitcher and store in fridge overnight, covered up. just before serving add lemonade and voila!

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rachelinmpls on 5.21.2016

Very good!

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Experimental on 9.23.2010

This was delicious, made it when my family was in town visiting – my Mom was sure 1 bottle would be plenty. Three bottles of sangria later, I was thinking I should have bought a few more. I’ve tried a few different fruity liqueur’s now.. all good!

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sunryse on 6.20.2010

I made this for my birthday party and it was a huge success. Doubled it from the beginning and wished I’d made another batch it went so fast!

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rajmax08 on 6.15.2010

this was very simple to make and very refreshing!

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mdv112 on 6.5.2010

This is a great sangria recipe and so easy to make! I have to play around with different kinds of wines to see which one I like better.

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