Here is an easy five ingredients Tropical Sangria Recipe made with white wine, pineapple juice, passionfruit juice, dark rum and tropical fruits. This White Wine Sangria is just the cool refreshing treat that you need.
Everyone SHOULD try this Easy Tropical Sangria once in their lives. Because really, one taste of this will have you questioning why or why you never tried this White Wine Sangria before.
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A quick list of items you will need to make this Easy Tropical Sangria.
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Let’s talk about all the things that together make up this lush White Wine Sangria. It is definitely a waaaaaay better than the sum of their parts kind of drink.
So, This Tropical White Wine Sangria Has:
- Some obligatory white wine
- Sweet pineapple juice – the sweeter the better
- A dash of tart passionfruit juice
- Some strong dark caramel rum
- A gazillion grams of chopped tropical fruit – whatever you like including mango, pineapple, kiwi, tangerines and more.
- And one lime sliced
How To Make Tropical Pineapple Sangria
Step 1. Add all the ingredients into a jug.
Step 2. Mash them all together, chill it for a bit and
Step 3. Serve after having a glass or three for yourself of course.
What great about this Tropical Sangria is that it is a total crowd pleaser and it can be made ahead of time. Simply hand guests a glass of the chilled Pineapple Sangria as they wander in and you have already got hosting off to a great start.
I hope you like this full of fruity flavoured, tropical sangria. So, so good and perfect for bank holidays, barbeques, picnic, girl’s night in, pretend I am in the tropics when really, I am based here and wishing like heck the sun would actually just shine, even for just 5 mins days and more.
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Question for you guys – what do you have in your sangria? Red or white wine? Pineapple or mango juice? Or should that be juice or no juice?
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Tropical Sangria Recipe
- 750 ml (3 cups) bottle white wine the sweeter kind
- 250 ml (1 cup) pineapple juice
- 125 ml (0.5 cup) passionfruit juice
- 250 ml (1 cup) dark rum
- 350 g chopped tropical fruit eg mango, pineapple, kiwi, tangerines etc
- 1 lime sliced
- Ice (optional)
- Mix all ingredients (excluding the ice) together in a jug.
- Refrigerate for a few hours.
- Add any extra garnishes you prefer.
- Serve in chilled glasses and add ice if required