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Sangria Margarita

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Fruity sangria and crisp margaritas come together in this easy Sangria margarita. Why choose one drink when you make two at once with this easy recipe?

a sangria margarita swirled cocktail with salt and lime on the rim.

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I love frozen drinks like daiquiris and bellinis in the summer. This Sangria Margarita is my new favorite.

It is basically a slushie for adults! 

We love sipping it while relaxing on the porch or as a reward for finishing yard work. It is also perfect for Cinco de Mayo or girls' night in. Hello, best book club meeting ever!

You’ll love the citrusy margarita combined with fruity red wine. It is SO refreshing.

Whether you’re hosting a pool party or backyard BBQ, having this boozy slushy to serve your adult guests will make the event fun AND festive.

⛱️Why This A Summer Staple⛱️

  1. Ultra Refreshing: SO refreshing on a hot summer day, these go down easy.
  2. Two In One: Why choose one cocktail when you can have both? It has the fruity wine flavor I crave alongside classic lime margaritas.
  3. Easy: No fancy drink machines needed here. I use a $20 blender from Target.

🍾Ingredient Notes🍾

  1. Wine: Any dry red wine that you enjoy drinking will do. I used a Spanish Rioja that cost ~10 bucks. It is just sweet enough but still able to stand up to the other flavors in this drink. Other good options would be a Merlot or Pinot Noir.
  2. Triple Sec
  3. Limeade: Look for this in your grocery store's freezer aisle near the frozen orange juice.
  4. Tequila: I suggest using a Silver tequila you enjoy drinking.
    • Flavor: Smooth and sweet.
    • Strength: 80 proof or 40% ABV
    • Brand Suggestions: I like Patron, Jose Cuervo, and Casamigos best.
    • Use Leftovers In: Tequila Sunrises or Corona Sunrises.
two sangria margaritas in wine glasses garnished with a lime wedge.

🍷How Strong Is This Drink?🍷

This drink is around 2.5 proof or 5% alcohol by volume. It is equal to a little over 1 standard drink. Always enjoy responsibly.

a sangria margarita drink in a wine glass on a wooden table.

🍹Krystle's Tips🍹

  1. Prep Work: Make the sangria part a few hours in advance and blend up the margarita part as needed. Keep chilled.
  2. Make this drink nonalcoholic by subbing the red wine for grape juice, and leaving out the tequila/triple sec.
  3. Juice correctly: Get the most juice out of your limes and oranges by rolling them on the counter, or microwaving for a few seconds before juicing.
  4. Clean As You Go: Don't skip washing out the blender, or your drink won't have 2 distinctive colors.
  5. Salty or Sweet: If you're not a fan, use sugar instead for a sweet twist. Run a lime wedge over the rim to make sure it sticks.

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📖 Recipe

red wine sangria topped with a lime margarita in a wine glass.

Sangria Margarita

Fruity sangria and crisp margaritas come together in this easy cocktail.
5 from 22 votes
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Course: Drink
Cuisine: American
Diet: Gluten Free, Low Lactose, Vegan
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 2 Drinks
Calories: 143kcal

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Ingredients

For the Sangria

  • ½ Cup Red Wine
  • 1 Lime Juiced
  • 1 Orange Juiced
  • 1 Tablespoon Triple Sec
  • 1 Cup Ice

For the Margaritas

  • ½ Can Frozen Limeade
  • 1 Shot Tequila
  • 1 Cup Ice
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Instructions

  • Blend all sangria ingredients.
  • Rinse out blender, and then blend all margarita ingredients.
  • Wipe a lime around the rim of the glass, drip in salt.
  • Alternate pouring layers into the glass. Garnish with a lime wedge. Enjoy responsibly.

Notes

Ingredient Notes and Shopping Tips
  1. Wine: Any dry red wine that you enjoy drinking will do. I used a Spanish Rioja. Other good options would be a Merlot or Pinot Noir.
  2. Triple Sec: I like Jacquin's.
  3. Limeade: Look for this in your grocery store's freezer aisle near the frozen orange juice.
  4. Tequila: I suggest using a Silver tequila. I like Patron, Jose Cuervo, and Casamigos best.
Krystle's Tips
  1. Prep Work: Make the sangria part a few hours in advance and blend up the margarita part as needed. Keep chilled.
  2. Juice correctly: Get the most juice out of your limes and oranges by rolling them on the counter, or microwaving for a few seconds before juicing.
  3. Clean As You Go: Don't skip washing out the blender, or your drink won't have 2 distinctive colors.
  4. Salty or Sweet: If you're not a fan, use sugar instead for a sweet twist. Run a lime wedge over the rim to make sure it sticks.

Nutrition

Calories: 143kcal | Carbohydrates: 13g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 15mg | Potassium: 229mg | Fiber: 3g | Sugar: 7g | Vitamin A: 165IU | Vitamin C: 45mg | Calcium: 49mg | Iron: 1mg
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