How To Make Blood Orange & Pomegranate Sparkling Sangria
Never go wrong with this fusion of blood oranges, pomegranate, and sparkling sangria. Pour magic in a glass and let it elevate your night!
For Sparkling Rosé Sangria:
- 3medium to large blood oranges
- arils,(seeds) from 1 pomegranate
- ¼cupsimple syrup,more or less to taste
- 1bottledry sparkling rosé,or white sparkling wine like Prosecco or Cava
For Simple Syrup:
- 2tbsphoney,or sugar
- 2tbsphot water
To make simple syrup, combine equal parts sweetener and hot water. Whisk until the sweetener has mixed into the water.
Sparkling Rosé Sangria:
Juice two of the blood oranges with a citrus juicer, or just squeeze the blood orange halves to extract the juice. Slice the remaining blood orange into thin rounds, then slice them through the middle to create half-moons.
In a pitcher, combine the blood orange juice, blood orange slices, pomegranate arils, and brandy.
Although it’s great as it is, let the fruit marinate in this mixture for a few hours, covered and chilled in the refrigerator, for best flavor.
When ready to serve, pour in the sparkling rosé. Add simple syrup to taste. Use a ladle to divide the sangria and fruit into glasses.
- Calories: 223.40kcal
- Fat: 0.11g
- Saturated Fat: 0.01g
- Monounsaturated Fat: 0.02g
- Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.02g
- Carbohydrates: 29.44g
- Fiber: 2.22g
- Sugar: 25.18g
- Protein: 0.97g
- Sodium: 14.42mg
- Calcium: 50.26mg
- Potassium: 266.87mg
- Iron: 0.93mg
- Vitamin A: 10.12µg
- Vitamin C: 48.98mg
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