Many of you had asked us in the past for an authentic recipe for Sangria. We’ll here you go. Now, this is as authentic as it gets so make sure you use the right ingredients and try not to substitute brand names. Here’s what you will need:
One full bottle of ‘Rioja’ wine from Spain, one ‘Valencia’ orange, plenty of ice, 3 oz. of Brandy Torres 10, 3 oz. of Licor 43, a stick of cinnamon, and one cup of 7up. Mix all ingredients together, cut the orange in half, squeeze one half into the mix, and save the other half as you will cut this half into fine slices. After you have cut the slices of orange make sure you put them in the sangria for at least 15 minutes before you are ready to drink it.
‘Fino Seguntino’ is the signature cocktail of Sigüenza, Spain where our winebotas are handmade. We wanted to share with you the recipe to this unique and tasty aperitif for a nice afternoon or evening. The taste is very unique and refreshing!!! Even better when drank from a winebota. Remember to always drink responsibly.
First of all you will need to prepare the drink in a tall glass filled with ice. Add a third of red vermouth, a third of beer (preferably a good German or Spaniard beer) and a third of club soda.