Pluot Python Sangria Recipe

Talk about an intriguing set of flavors in this one! You begin with the pluot, a bizarre cross of plum and apricot with a delicious, tangy flavor. Add into that some elderflower liqueur, which always reminds me of Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Plus some raspberries for good measure. A delightful concoction that is sure to amaze your friends.

Pluot Python Sangria Recipe


1oz elderflower liqueur
1 glass white wine

You'll probably have to plan ahead for this one - most people don't have pluots and elderflower liqueur lying around their house. Put the elderflower liqueur into a glass. Add in a handful of raspberries and some slices of pluot. If you have some frozen raspberries, those become great ice cubes that won't melt to dilute your drink. Fill up with the white wine, and enjoy!

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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