Kumquat Blueberry Sangria Recipe

Kumquats are native to China and nearby countries - the fruit's thin rind adds a delightful zing to the drink! Add in some vitamin C rich blueberries and you’ve got a tasty, healthy drink.

You can use any style of red wine you wish, although a spicy variety does better to add to the combination of tastes you get.

Kumquat Blueberry Sangria Recipe


5 kumquats, sliced in half
5 blueberries
1 oz tangerine liqueur
1 glass red wine

Refrigerate all items ahead of time so they're nice and cold. Put the kumquats and blueberries into a glass. Add in the ounce of tangerine liqueur. Fill with red wine.


Note - you can buy frozen blueberry bags in the grocery store. This makes it easy to just scoop out a few of them each time you want to make sangria. They act as natural ice cubes for your drink!

To turn this into a party sangria recipe, there are usually four large glasses of wine in a 750ml bottle of wine. Simply multiply all ingredients by four and use a full bottle of wine in a large pitcher or bowl.

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