Celebrate with Sangria Print Recipe Print Recipe

 

I know Sangria is a traditional Spanish drink (vs. Mexican), but it’s my drink of choice today tonight for our little (2 person) Cinco de Mayo celebration. I have an addiction to fruit and when it’s soaked in alcohol, it’s like a party in my mouth. Along with that, we’ll be filling our stomachs with chips, salsa, guacamole and make-your-own-tacos. Damn, I think this needs to be a bi monthly celebration – celebrating whatever we want.

What’s everyone else doing? or eating?? DRINKING?

Whatever you’re doing, happy Cinco de Mayo!

For the recipe, visit Celebrations At Home.


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  • http://www.glitterandgrace.com Sara B

    Yummy! I can’t decide if I want margs or sangria tonight…I do always love how pretty sangria tastes though. Happy Cinco De Mayo!

  • http://nutritionfor.us/ claire Gallam

    OMG THIS LOOKS AMAZING, Lisa!!!

  • http://www.enchanteddreamweddings.com/blo Naomi

    Le yum!! I see someone is feeling a bit better:-)

  • http://www.winemakingkitsforbeginners.net/ Ben

    Looks great. Here are a few other Sangria recipes to add to your quiver http://www.winemakingkitsforbeginners.net/wine-recipes/tasty-sangria-recipes/

  • http://elissabraun.com/blog/ elissa :: ebb & flow

    sounds like a great celebration! and i couldn’t agree more, we need more cinco de mayos. hope the sangria was as delicious as you hoped. although i don’t even know if it’s possible to have bad sangria!

  • http://www.eastewart.com/blog EA-The Spicy RD

    Love your description of “a party in my mouth” 🙂 My kids and I had make-your-own tacos too for Cinco de Mayo. My husband missed out on all our fun since he was on his annual Cinco de Mayo “boys trip” in Vegas, Ha!