PAMA-gria! A delicious and easy Sangria recipe

March can be a tough month if you’re living in in a cooler climate. Your mind says ‘spring’ but weather.com says ‘WINTER!’

That doesn’t stop us from dreaming of all of the fun we are going to have this spring and summer. Today we made a pitcher of sangria using our favorite liqueur for mixed drinks, PAMA. It’s a pomegranate flavored liqueur that adds so much flavor to any drink you may be mixing up, and we especially love it for big batch recipes for parties and entertaining – like in a sangria or a punch!

We had a bottle of rose in the fridge no one had opened to I came up with a way to use that but to add a little yummy fruit into our lives. I hope you get the chance to try this recipe – it is so simple and Claudia and I can tell you – SO tasty!

This is great to make ahead of time if you’re having a get-together. We hope you enjoy our recipe and if you pick up some PAMA; have fun coming up with your own!

Ingredients

1 bottle (750 ml) rose wine ( feel free to use a white wine if that’s what is in the fridge..)

3 oz PAMA liqueur

2 cups frozen raspberries

2 cups frozen strawberries

1 sliced lemon

1 1/2 cups soda water

Directions

Stir together the wine and PAMA liqueur in a pitcher, then add the fruit*.

Add the soda water just before serving.

*If your fruit is fresh and not frozen, feel free to add extra ice before serving!

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