ORANGE AND SPARKLING WINE SANGRIA,
BY TAPPA
WHAT?
• Sliced peaches
• Sliced oranges

• Neutral spirit
• Ginger syrup
• Sparkling wine

HOW?

Soak fresh peaches in a neutral spirit overnight. Add everything else into the mix, for a cross between a bellini and a sangria.

CONFUCIUS,
BY POH
WHAT?
• Oolong tea
• Hibiscus
• Rose petals
• Pomegranate
flowers
• Lemon balm
• Cinnamon
• Clove
• Vanilla bean
• Orange rind
• Red wine
• Brandy
• Peppermint wood
shavings
• Raspberry leather
• Raspberry cream
• Fresh raspberries

• Fresh lemon juice
• Sugar

HOW?
Here’s a sangria that is absolutely outrageous. Mix the flowers, balm and spices with the tea concoction. Strain and reserve for use. Mix the wine and brandy with the brewed tea. Pour it warm in the desired glass. Serve
it surrounded by burnt peppermint wood shavings with raspberry leather, stuffed with raspberry cream.

BEER SANGRIA,
BY JAMJAR DINER
WHAT?
• Jim Beam
• Fresh orange slices
• Fresh lime
• Fresh strawberries
• Apple juice

• Wheat beer

HOW?
Add all the ingredients into a big jug (or vat, depending on how big your party is) and top it up with the beer. Fresh orange slices make for a great garnish. Who knew sangria could be a game night drink?

COFFEE INFUSED SANGRIA,
BY KODE
WHAT?
• Any dry red
wine
• Fresh fruit
chunks
• Coffee beans
• Shot of brandy
• Triple sec

HOW?
Soak the fruit chunks and coffee beans in the wine overnight and add a shot of brandy and triple sec. Strain and serve.

TAKE ME TO CHURCH,
BY TIPPLING STREET
WHAT?
• Orange chunks
• Pineapple chunks
• Watermelon chunks
• Basil leaves
• Kaffir lime leaves
• Thyme
• Vanilla reduction

• Juice of one lemon
• Red wine

HOW?
Caramelise the fruits with a blowtorch. Yes, it is a fun activity. Pour in the wine and the rest of the ingredients and shake. If you don’t want to chomp on the boozy fruit, double strain the concoction and garnish with kaffir lime leaves and thyme.

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