Who says sangria needs to be red? This lighter take on sangria screams summer, and you can change it up by adding your favorite fruit!
To see Heshy Jay of Scoop and Co. make some of his favorite summer drinks, watch the video!
And check out the recipe for a Watermelon Mojito.
Click here to learn how to make Passion Fruit Lemonade.
For a spectacular classic cocktail, check out this delicious Peach Bellini.
And to surprise your company’s taste buds, make them this Green Apple Sour Martini!
1. Place all fruits in the bottom of a pitcher. Sprinkle sugar over fruit and muddle until some juices run, about 30 to 60 seconds (see note).
2. Add apple liqueur and muddle to combine.
3. Cover with bottle of Riesling and refrigerate for one hour or until flavors have combined. Can remain in
fridge for up to 48 hours.
Muddling means grinding or mashing fruit together with sugar, which helps release juices and intensifies flavor. Use a wooden spoon or a muddler specially made for cocktails.