sangria

[ UK /sˈæŋɡɹiɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. sweetened red wine and orange or lemon juice with soda water
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How To Use sangria In A Sentence

  • On the day of the gathering, she presented sangria chilled with a dazzling ice ring made from tropical fruits and island nectars.
  • Try the first-rate mojitos, served with a sugar-cane stirrer, or a potent sangria, amped up with top-shelf liquors.
  • The lunch menu featured two Molson Drys for $6 and in the evening there's a whole host of alcoholic beverages to sample, from sangria to daiquiris.
  • That being said, they have great sangria and sake Martinis.
  • Tickets in hand, I led the way to the bar, attended again by volunteers, who cheerily poured and served us our selections of sangria, sake and beer.
  • We were at a little Mexican restaurant in old Montreal and we had a pitcher of Sangria.
  • This means the sangria can be made the night before and freshened with the soda water and more fruit when guests arrive.
  • We got pitchers of mojitos and sangria, and I was tipsy in about three minutes.
  • I sat at the bar for dinner, drank a glass of cold estrella beer, moved on to a carafe of kalimotxo sangria, relaxing with toasty tapas and watching an old classic film on screen. Eater
  • Food leans towards European bistro style, while the devilishly handsome bartenders make mean margaritas and fantastic sangria.
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