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When it comes to shrinking the cocktail, this cinnamon-apple mustard sangria is one of the best. It’s a showstopper with a crispy, cold apple flavour and a hint of cinnamon.
Everyone loves sangria, so this fall version is a hit when served at a meeting. We ran the Halloween parties from Halloween to Christmas. Although there are autumn apples, this is one of our drinks, along with the Hard Apple Cider Cocktail.
There are many variations of apple sangria, but this recipe combines white wine, hard cider, cinnamon and crunchy apples and pears. Each glass gets its own cinnamon for use as a blender.
Looking for more fall favourites? Try one of these 18 autumn inspired cocktails or jump straight into the winter with one of these festive cocktails.
Which wine should be used?
For this autumn sangria you need a bottle of white wine that is dry and fruity instead of oily, sweet or fragrant. The best options are usually Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris or stainless steel Chardonnay.
Avoid sweet Riesling, Gewurztraminer and fat Chardonnay.
It doesn’t have to be an expensive bottle. As with red sangria, cheaper red table wine is often used. This is no time to pull out a $30 bottle.
Which cider should be used?
If you have a favorite brand of cider, this is the best option. I’ve always liked the Seattle Reader Company, and it’s easy to get to Seattle, so I’d use it.
Some national brands to try are Crispin – they’ve got Honey Crisp and Pacific Pear, both of which are pretty good, Stella Artois cider, Redd’s Apple Ale and Angry Orchard Crisp Hard Cider.
What about fruit?
As far as apples are concerned, anything is possible, but we especially like Honey Crisp or Pink Lady. They’re both good, crunchy apples. But don’t worry about the apples. Whatever you’ve got, it’s good.
It’s the same with pears. It’s just that all pears are good. If you like, you can also add other fruits, such as pomegranate seeds, oranges and lemons.
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Preparation time: 10 minutes
Total time: 10 minutes
Find all the delicious flavors of autumn in this apple sangria, made with cider and cinnamon.
- 1 bottle of white wine (750 ml)
- 1 Bottle of Cider (12 ounces)
- 2 diced apples
- 2 pears, diced
- 2 cinnamon sticks, plus more for side dishes.
Mix the white wine and cider in a large jug. Add apples, pears and two cinnamon sticks. Fridge 1 hour before serving the table.
Serve each drink with a cinnamon stick.
- Use any apple you want. We love honey crackle.
- Use the pears you want.
- Use a dry white wine with a citrus and fruit flavour (e.g. Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Gris or stainless steel Chardonnay).
- Use cider (try Crispin or Evil Fruit Garden).
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Amount per portion : Calories: 188 Total fat: 0gSaturated fat: 0gSaturated fat: 0gTrans fat: 0gSaturated fat: 0gGholesterol: 0mgSodium: 9mgCarbohydrates: 26gFiber: 4gSugar: 17gProtein: 1g
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