Blackberry blood orange Amaro Sangria



This fall / winter red wine sangria has a hidden ingredient that gives a great mouthfeel and a complex depth of flavor that is not often found in sangria: Amaro! This Blackberry Blood Orange Amaro Sangria is filled with the sweet Amaro Lucano and is full of autumn and winter fruits such as blackberries, figs and blood oranges. A great cocktail for a party or a party in advance to obtain together every day. Amaro hits Sangria ABV a bit, but serving at holiday celebrations is still a lower ABV drink, in the anticipate that your guests can obtain through the long night of sipping with a party.


Amaro Lucano This red wine harmonises harmoniously with sweet figs * and sour blackberries and gives the sangria subtle bitter notes. Lemons and seasonal blood oranges add light citrus notes, rounded off with a long infusion time (I like to brew my sangria for 24 hours before serving). Fresh apple juice in combination with the bittersweet Amaro gives this sangria a natural sweetness that does not require added sugar. Amaro Lucano is an Italian snack with more than 30 herbs. This blend of plants has given Amaro Lucano a layer of complexity that has given a different flavor profile since 1884. Sangria is refined with fresh thyme to highlight these herbal properties.

* If you don't find fresh figs at this time of year, dried figs can also be used.


Beautifully used gold foil glasses with a vintage beverage box. I've seen glasses like this for a while and knew they were made for the Amaro Sangria! A beverage can is great for parties and holiday entertainment, a fun way to serve mass cocktails like a festive punch or a live sangria. You can mix drinks in the kitchen and set the caddy to serve your friends and family. this Vintage gold caddy and patterned glaze for my darling or those with less aesthetics,His Caddy is a modern option, This Blackberry Blood by Amaro Lucano Orange Sangria is a simple drink that allows you to arrive to your party the previous day and enter the door to be alert to be in the hands of the guests.


Serves 7-8, 6 ounce servings

Glass: wine glass or glass goblet

Tools: wooden spoon, jug

  • 1 bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon
  • 3/4 cups Amaro Lucano
  • 1 1/4 glass of apple juice
  • 8 blackberries
  • 4 fresh or dried figs, sliced
  • 1 lemon sliced
  • 1 blood orange, sliced
  • 2 cinnamon sticks
  • 1 thyme stem
  • Side dish: 8 sprigs of thyme

Put apple juice, strawberries, figs, citrus and cinnamon in a wide jug. Place the Cabernet Sauvignon and Amaro Lucano in the jug and mix. For top results, abandon the infusion on for at least 4 hours for 24 hours. Serve with fresh thyme stems in wine glasses or in a lumpy glass.

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