Queen of Summer 

Sangría de Cava 

A very common spanish or portuguese beverage served at bars, cocktail bars and restaurants mainly during summer time.

Sangría is named after the Spanish and Portuguese word for “blood” (sangre) because of its typical dark-red color, but in this case we are going to see how to make a light pale yellow color sangría made of cava instead of red wine.

Sangria of Cava 

Elegant, refreshing and tempting 

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  • A bottle of Cava Brut
  • 2 oranges
  • 1 lemon
  • Orange liqueur to taste such as Cointreau
  • Fruit for garnish (oranges, peaches, strawberries, grapes, kiwi … )
  • Sugar
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Start by chilling all the ingredients in the fridge before preparation.
Squeeze the oranges and lemon and pour the juice in a glass pitcher, also add the liqueur  chosen (in our case Cointreau) and the sugar at taste.
Peal and slice the fruits and mix them in the pitcher.

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Pour the cava slowly over the juice and fruits mixture and stir to blend.

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Add ice, serve and enjoy !!!

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