Thanskgiving Sangria Recipe

Thanksgiving is a time of year to celebrate our blessings and to commemorate the values of the past. Applejack was a traditional colonial drink made from apples. Add into that a cherry liqueur and you're all set! There are peaches, too, for sweetness.


1 shot applejack
1 shot cherry liqueur
1 glass white wine

Thanksgiving sangria recipe

Add the applejack and cherry liqueur into a glass. Now mix in peach slices. If you chop them up into bite sized pieces, then you can slide them into your mouth as you drink. Fill with white wine. Enjoy!

If you keep frozen peaches in your freezer, while you can't cut them into smaller pieces easily, they can serve as natural ice cubes, which is always a treat in warmer months.

To make this into a party drink, just multiply each measurement by four. The white wine becomes a full 750ml bottle of wine.

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