This Cranberry Apple Cider Sangria is the result of a long night of experimenting. It’s sweet, tart and refreshing. The perfect signature drink for the holidays. This Cranberry Apple Cider Sangria recipe is absolutely delicious.
Sometimes I get these crazy ideas in my head. Lately I’ve been on a signature drink kick. I’m not sure why but it is what it is. So my initial idea was an Apple Cider Sangria. Most people loved that but I just wasn’t feeling it. It might have been a bit too much cinnamon and spice for me. With the apple cider and the spiced rum.
Of course, it was the fav of my family and friends. It could also be because I’m not a big apple cider fan. Well, that was until I added the wonderfulness of the homemade cranberry sauce. It all works really well together. The sweet of the cider, the spice from the rum and tart from the cranberry sauce. The Torrontes wine I used has a bit of a citrus undertone which worked well to this recipe.
Cranberry Apple Cider Sangria
Makes 8 – 10 glasses
- 1 cup cranberry sauce
- 1 bottle torrontes (white wine)
- 2 cups sweet apple cider
- 1 cup spiced rum
- 2 pears, quartered
- 2 apples, quartered
Tools: large pitcher, bar spoon
In a large pitcher or carafe add your cranberry sauce, white wine, apple cider and rum.
Stir well and add fruit of your choice.
That’s it your Cranberry Apple Cider Sangria is done. Woo Hoo you’ve got a signature drink for your get together.
If you are looking for a great snack to go with this drink, you should try my baked rosemary french fries recipe.