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Goya Sangria #355462 04/26/09 04:49 AM
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Normally I am a very strong proponent of making your own sangria. The whole beauty of sangria is that it's made with very fresh fruit, using fruits you adore. Sangria is about local and fresh, just like fresh brewed coffee is about brewing it fresh.

However, that being said, there are times this just isn't feasible. Let's say you're throwing a Mexican themed party for teenagers, and for some reason you have to have the sangria all pre-mixed and not made fresh. This could be a solution for that situation.

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Have you tried bottled sangria?


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Re: Goya Sangria [Re: Lisa Shea] #355552 05/07/09 02:01 AM
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I think we get our sangria in a jug of some kind.

Re: Goya Sangria [Re: charlene] #355589 05/08/09 10:20 AM
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It really irritates me how the food/drink industry mis-appropriate a name.

This is just carbonated flavoured water. There is no alcohol and there is no fruit, and it is thus nowhere even close to a sangria.

A pox be upon them.


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