Satan’s Sangria is the perfect cocktail to serve on Halloween. The blood-red wine tastes fruity with just a touch of sweetness. Satan’s Sangria is simple to make and should be a staple at your next party.
Where are all my wino’s at? It’s time to get sipping on Satan’s Sangria this Halloween! I love red wine, like really love it. Like, if I ever cheated on Kieran, it would probably be with wine. #whoswithme or #tmi
If you’re throwing a Halloween party, offering a cocktail is a must. Sure, you can slap some rum and Hawaiian Punch together and call it a day, or you can be more sophisticated and serve Satan’s Sangria.
Man, what a week. I’ll be sharing a post about our kitchen and hardwood reno soon, but I can tell you it was a wild ride. The refinished floor and new tile look so amazing. It kinda feels like we have a new house! I can’t wait to show you. Our new kitchen sink and kitchen cabinets were delivered yesterday which means we still have a ton of work to accomplish.
The last few nights we’ve been busting our asses putting our furniture back and touching up paint. We exhausted ourselves over the last few days however I’m looking forward to installing our new kitchen cabinets this weekend. Despite the hard work we will no doubt have to put in, I can’t wait to see the results.
To ease our aching bones from all the hard work, we’ve been unwinding with Satan’s Sangria. It’s a delicious cocktail that does the trick, every time.
I like my red wine dry but you can easily sweeten this cocktail by adding some orange juice or sugar. And the best part about sangria is you can add your preference in fruit too. I opted to make this recipe as uncomplicated as possible so it would be quick and easy to throw together. I don’t know about you, but I’m usually running around like a wild banshee the morning of a big party. It’s stressful to frantically finish party preparations.
This recipe serves 2-4 people, depending on how much your guest’s drinks, but it’s easy to double, triple, or even quadruple this cocktail. I always have a few extra bottles of wine on hand in the event the sangria runs out. During the party, I’ll dump the new bottles of wine in the same pitcher with the fruit. It won’t taste exactly the same, but it works in a pinch if you guests inhale the sangria.
Speaking of inhaling alcohol, if you’re going to serve Satan’s Sangria at your Halloween party, you’re going to need appetizers to serve with it. The last thing you need is for your guests to get inebriated too quickly. So, you’ll need to serve some party food to help soak up the alcohol.
Alright, gang, that’s a wrap on this week’s post. I’m not certain if the recipe for Monday will be a Halloween recipe or not but I promise it will be delicious! If you’re attending or throwing a Halloween party this weekend, I hope you have an amazing time. Be safe, have fun, and eat and drink well. 🙂
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