by Edward Daniel
Sangria recipe

Macerated fruity Sangria cocktail classic with wine and chopped citrus orange, bitter cucumber and juicy sweet strawberries.

Splurge into a liquid summer punch. And, bathe your parched soul.

This drink will blow away your belief that you can’t create a vegan cocktail this tasty.

Make this:

  • When you’re feeling reminiscent for the streets of Barcelona and fancy a touch of punch but at home
  • When you fancy a quick to rustle sneaky pre-drinks at home before you rush out to the party in town
  • When you’re in the garden at home with the sun blazing and fancy an accompaniment to the barbeque you are rustling up

Sangria was inspired when having an evening pre-drink at a friend’s apartment in Barcelona.  My bestie and ex-beau were vy8ing for wine soaked in fruity delicious flavours.

Sangria originates from ancient Rome, when fruits and herbs were added to foul tasting table wine was added to unsafe water.

Sangria is a vegan cocktail drink.

What to do next

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Sangria recipe
Serves: 6 Prep Time:
Nutrition facts: 200 calories 20 grams fat
Rating: 5.0/5
( 1 voted )


  • 750ml wine
  • 500ml orange juice (not from concentrate)
  • 2tbs raw unrefined cane sugar
  • ¼ cucumber
  • 100g strawberry
  • ½ orange, sliced
  • Few sprigs of mints
  • Filtered ice for serving


  1. In a large mixing bowl pour in the wine and orange juice. Dissolve the sugar.
  2. Cut the orange and cucumber into small segments and toss in with the sliced strawberry. Stir. Leave to macerate for about an hour.
  3. Transfer to a serving jug and add the mint.
  4. When ready to serve, add ice to the glass before pouring in the Sangria.


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