Wonderful fall cocktail that is perfect to serve at holiday gatherings. Refreshing Apple Sangria spiced with cloves, fresh ground nutmeg and cinnamon stick.
I make it a point not to go to the World Market too often because I tend to go a little crazy there. This last trip, I went overboard on spice. More specifically, I went a little crazy on fall kind of spices. I got a bag of cinnamon stick (completely forgetting that I already have one at home), got a jar of whole nutmeg and a bag of cloves. So my weekend was filled with using these spices in some great recipes, much like this one. Apartment has been smelling pretty good. At one point, I just stood in my kitchen with my nose in the bag of cloves. Ahhh, I love those scents.
This is a great fall cocktail. It would be perfect for any holiday parties or even a Thanksgiving dinner. In my family, sangria is as much of a tradition on Thanksgiving as turkey itself. You know how crazy holiday gatherings can get, and you know it would be a little more fun holding a glass of this apple sangria.
I love this recipe because it can be adjusted to your personal sweetness preference. If you like your cocktails a little sweeter, use Moscato wine and 7Up (or Sprite) soda. If you like your cocktails less sweet, use Riesling and club soda.
I also recommend that you prepare this sangria on the night before the event. It is much better when refrigerated overnight because apple get a chance to infuse the cocktail and vice versa.
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Spiced Apple Sangria
- 750 ml sweet white wine Moscato or Riesling
- 5 oz Green Apple vodka
- 10 oz apple juice
- 4 whole cloves
- Pinch of fresh grated nutmeg
- 1 cinnamon stick
- 1 large Gala apple
- 5-7 oz Club soda or 7Up
In a small sauce pot, over medium heat, combine apple juice, cloves, cinnamon stick and nutmeg. Bring to simmer and lower the heat to medium-low. Cook for about 10 minutes and add to the pitcher.
Add wine and vodka to the pitcher.
Core and slice apple into thin slices and add them to the pitcher.
Stir well and add soda.
Recommended: refrigerate overnight.
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