Sangria is an iconic Spanish drink. This version is alcohol free to accommodate our religious tenants but I wanted to try it out and highlight it during our week of Spanish cooking. Sangria is typically made from lower grade wine or as a way to use up leftover opened wine. Combine with fruit for a delicious flavor and serve chilled.
1 can frozen cranberry juice
1/2 c. sugar
1 green apple
1 (11.5 oz.) bottle Sangria Senorial soda
2 - 3 c. club soda
Combine the juice concentrate, 2 can of water, and sugar until the sugar is dissolved. Slice the lemon and orange and core and chop the apple. Add to the pitcher with the with the cranberry. Pour in the sangria soda and chill for 4 hours. Add the club soda right before serving.
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