After a blizzard and countless days of relentless New England snowfall, we here at the SniqueAway office could use a little reminder of summer this time in February. So, it’s a good thing we had the chance to research the Saguaro Palm Springs, because its cocktail menu features some house-spiced Sangria recipes that will put the tropical vibes into our days (even if they are snowed in).
Since we can’t all be lucky enough to try the Saguaro’s house specialties, we did find a few unique Sangria recipes to bring something special to your homemade cocktail repertoire. Try theme out!
Clockwise from top left:
Cucumber, Ginger and Sake Sangria: With chilled dry sake, fresh grated ginger and crisp cucumber slices, this sangria is sure to turn some heads and brighten up anyone’s pallet.
Classic Spanish Sangria: Mix dry red wine, a cornucopia of citrus fruits and spike it with your favorite island-style rum and you’ve got a traditional-style Sangria from across the Atlantic.
Non-Alcholic Sangria: If you’re whipping something up for the kids (or you want that Sangria flavor without the kick), try this recipe with fresh apple, orange juice, seltzer water and an unexpected hint of ground cinnamon.