Updated: Jul 31, 2020
I like to make my sangria less traditional. I opt to combine different liquors with the wine and mix things up with other flavors like different juices and fruits. For my Tropical Moscato Sangria, I added Vodka and Triple Sec. I hope you like this full of fruity-flavored, tropical sangria. So, so good and perfect for bank holidays, barbeques, picnic, girl’s night in, or pretend I am in the tropics.
IS THIS A STRONG COCKTAIL?
This Sangria is a reasonably potent cocktail. You have three alcohol sources in this one drink (wine, Vodka, and triple sec). So, it’s a pretty strong drink. If you wanted to take it down a notch, you could add in more pineapple juice or even throw in some orange juice. I am happy to think it is perfect, but if you taste it and it is too much for you, add in more juice or something fuzzy like 7-up or sprite.
1 mango peeled and chopped
2 cups strawberries stemmed and sliced
3 cups fresh pineapple peeled and chopped
2 kiwis sliced
2 liter Moscato wine (I use Strawberry and Peach flavored Moscato )
11.3 ounces peach-mango
1 cup Pineapple Juice
1 Cup Vodka
½ Triple Sec
Add fruit to a 4 Quart-pitcher or Jug
Pour in Vodka, triple sec and Moscato wine, pineapple juice, and peach-mango juice. Stir to mix everything together.
Allow to sit in the fridge overnight, or at least 8 hours.
Serve in wine glasses being sure to get some of the fruit into each glass.