How to make sangria, original Spanish recipe to be made at home, with necessary ingredients and preparation process, to be served as an aperitif or drink at cool temperature.
Original sangria recipe
The origins of sangria are strictly Spanish and, due to its particular characteristics due to the content of various types of fresh fruit, it is also highly appreciated by those who are not passionate about wine, as it has an extremely pleasant taste for the palate, with thirst-quenching properties and refreshing.
To prepare it you need to choose a good quality red wine, to be poured into a large enough container, which can also contain all the other ingredients.
Preparing fruit at will, the more types that fit, the better it is, including oranges, lemons, peaches, pears, apricots, bananas and pomegranate, everything must be perfectly ripe but not too ripe.
After a thorough washing, cut the fruit into small pieces and add everything to the container containing the wine, together with sugar, cloves, 2 or 3 sticks of cinnamon and one of vanilla, mix everything and put in the fridge for a few hours , taking care to seal the container tightly with a transparent film, so as not to disperse the aromas contained.
Before serving the sangria, put it in a transparent jug with a ladle of broth to fish liquid and fruit according to personal preferences.