Spanish Sangria with Persian Lime Balsamic

by Alex Cogen
Spanish Sangria with Persian Lime Balsamic - Texas Hill Country Olive Co.

Not to brag, but we think we've come up with the best sangria recipe. Seriously - we did! What makes this sangria so special, you ask? We added 1/2 a cup of our Persian Lime Balsamic Vinegar.

The combination of that, citrus, some booze, and ZERO additional sugar, yields a not-too-sweet sangria that is perfect all year round.

Besides being delicious, it's absolutely stunning. That beautiful deep purple color mixed with different sized citrus rounds is a pleasure to drink, and we highly recommend it for any party. We plan on bringing a pitcher of this to all our friend's Galentine's Day parties (and perhaps Valentine's dinner as well).

Spanish Sangria with Persian Lime Balsamic

by Chef Jen


  • 1 bottle of a dry Spanish red wine
  • 1/2 cup white rum
  • 1/2 cup Persian Lime Balsamic Vinegar
  • 1 cup orange juice, fresh squeezed (3-4 large oranges)
  • 1 orange, sliced
  • 1 lime, sliced
  • 1 lemon, sliced

How to Make: A Step by Step Guide

Spanish Sangria Recipe | Texas Hill Country Olive Co.

Step 1: Make Orange Juice

Juice your oranges with either a manual or electric citrus juicer. 3-4 large oranges should yield 1 cup of juice.

Step 2: Cut Your Citrus

Slice your citrus into rounds (aesthetically nicer than wedges).

Step 3: Mix and Serve

Add all of your ingredients to a pitcher with ice. Pour into glasses and serve!

Time to Enjoy!

Spanish Sangria Recipe | Texas Hill Country Olive Co.

This sangria is the perfect drink all year round! Serve over ice in the warmer months, and heat up to make a variation of a mulled wine when it's cool out (maybe throw some cinnamon sticks in!).

Besides this delicious sangria, our Persian Lime Balsamic Vinegar is amazing in a host of other dishes! Try it with our Balsamic Coulis that pairs with our Spicy Garlic Shrimp, or as a vinaigrette ingredient in a Mexican inspired salad.

Want to make this sangria process even easier? Click below to print out a copy of the recipe!

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