Pear and apple cider sangria is the perfect holiday cocktail for all of your upcoming holiday gatherings. It’s made with fresh fruits like pears, apples, limes, oranges, and pomegranate. It gets its vibrant, juicy tastes from mango lemonade which pairs wonderfully with the white wine in the Sangria. Make my fruity fall Sangria recipe for all of your holiday festivities!
PEAR AND APPLE CIDER SANGRIA IS THE COCKTAIL FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Pear and apple cider sangria is the cocktail for the holidays! I don’t really drink, but if I ever do drink it’s on a holiday and one of my favorite holiday cocktails is Sangria. Fresh fruit, a little bit of vodka, wine, and some fresh juice.
You really can’t go wrong with this easy, boozy, yet still light Pear And Apple Cider Sangria recipe. It’s fresh, it’s seasonal, and it’s perfect for all of your upcoming holiday get together’s. Sangria is one of the most refreshing drinks out there.
Vitamin-C And A Serving Of Fruit Makes The Perfect Healthier Sangria
This has probably been one of the most stressful weeks on earth so why not drown it out with a delicious and fruity fall cocktail?
Pear and apple cider sangria has it all and it’s garnished with sprigs of rosemary and cinnamon sticks to really let all those November vibes set in.
So turn off the news and let’s make a happy and zesty sangria recipe!
What You'll Need For This Easy Sangria Recipe
You will need limes
Apples, I used green apples, but you could be super fancy and use my other favorite, honey crisp apples.
A good quality Vodka like Belvedere or Grey Goose
A good quality white wine, I recommend a good quality Pinot Grigio to keep up with the fruity vibes.
Mango lemonade or fresh-squeezed orange juice. I find that any fresh-squeezed citrus or mango juice works wonderfully for Sangria recipes.
Garnish items: Rosemary sprigs, cinnamon sticks, and Star Anise
Use Up Those Pears And Apples Sitting On Your Kitchen Counter
It is pear and apple season and pears taste great in any cocktail recipe so I wanted a drink that used both of these fruits. There’s a twist too. To make this Sangria really fruity and to bring out the other fruit flavors, I also used Santa Cruz Mango Lemonade in my Sangria recipe. It makes the Sangria pop and works really well when combined with white wine.
Fresh, seasonal fruit in a Sangria recipe is a must! I sliced up fresh green apples, fresh pears, limes, oranges, and pomegranates. Fresh pomegranate in a Sangria recipe is so good and makes the Sangria look so vibrant and delicious. For my drink garnish, I used cinnamon sticks, star anise, orange slices, and some fresh rosemary sprigs.
Do you guys have big plans for Thanksgiving this year? We may rent a beach house with our friends and do a fun Friendsgiving or just hide away and bring our dogs. One thing for sure is I will be taking that entire week leading up to Turkey Day off. I need time away from my phone.
This is the perfect fall cocktail for all of your holiday gatherings and would make a beautiful drink at Easter!
Pear and Apple Cider Sangria
- 1- jar of Mango Lemonade
- 10- ounces Vodka make sure to use a high-quality vodka like Belvedere for this recipe.
- 1- bottle of white wine
- 1- cup sliced green apples
- 1- cup diced pears
- 1- cup orange slices
- 1- cup lime slices
- ½- pomegranate use the areoles in the pomegranate.
- Cinnamon sticks and Star Anise for garnish
- Add the sliced apples, pears, orange, and lime slices to a large glass pitcher.
- In the same glass pitcher, combine the mango lemonade, vodka, and white wine and stir.
- You can let the Sangria simmer in the fridge overnight for more flavor or serve immediately.
- Pour sangria into wine glasses and garnish with cinnamon sticks, star anise, and orange slices.
- The sangria will keep in a sealed glass jar container in the fridge for up to 3-days.