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Tropical Sangria

  • Prep 10 min
  • Total 4 hr 10 min
  • Ingredients 6
  • Servings 3

Ingredients

1
mango, sliced into strips
1
kiwi, cut into rounds, skin removed
1
cup fresh pineapple, sliced
2
shot glasses filled with Cointreau
1/2
cup lemon lime soda
1
bottle of chardonnay wine

Nutrition Information

NUTRITION INFORMATION PER SERVING

Serving Size: 1 Serving
% Daily Value
% Daily Value*:
Exchanges:
Free
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No nutrition information available for this recipe

Expert Tips

The kiwi can also be used as a garnish on the rim of the glass with the skin left on.

Not so long ago I found myself in a beautiful tropical part of Mexico: Cancun, to be exact. My fiancé and I were on a much-needed vacation there for a few weeks. I had never been, so needless to say, I was exploring everything Yucatan had to offer in the food and drink department. Tropical drinks were always present and they had the most outrageous versions I’d ever had. I suppose it’s because of the fresh tropical fruit that grows everywhere. When I got home from that trip, I found myself craving mostly the tropical drinks we drank on that vacation. Here’s a little recipe for you that brings me back to the hot, lush days I spent in Yucatan.

Directions

  • 1 Peel and cut fruit.
  • 2 Place fruit in a pitcher and add in Cointreau and soda.
  • 3 Mix to combine.
  • 4 Pour in wine, mix, and place in the fridge for a minimum of 4 hours.
  • 5 Pour into cups and enjoy!

Not so long ago I found myself in a beautiful tropical part of Mexico: Cancun, to be exact. My fiancé and I were on a much-needed vacation there for a few weeks. I had never been, so needless to say, I was exploring everything Yucatan had to offer in the food and drink department. Tropical drinks were always present and they had the most outrageous versions I’d ever had. I suppose it’s because of the fresh tropical fruit that grows everywhere. When I got home from that trip, I found myself craving mostly the tropical drinks we drank on that vacation. Here’s a little recipe for you that brings me back to the hot, lush days I spent in Yucatan.

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Nicole Presley Nicole Presley
September 23, 2015

Not so long ago I found myself in a beautiful tropical part of Mexico: Cancun, to be exact. My fiancé and I were on a much-needed vacation there for a few weeks. I had never been, so needless to say, I was exploring everything Yucatan had to offer in the food and drink department. Tropical drinks were always present and they had the most outrageous versions I’d ever had. I suppose it’s because of the fresh tropical fruit that grows everywhere. When I got home from that trip, I found myself craving mostly the tropical drinks we drank on that vacation. Here’s a little recipe for you that brings me back to the hot, lush days I spent in Yucatan.