If you love our Green Passionfruit tea and you’re looking for a tropical infusion that’ll start a summer revolution, we whipped up the perfect sangria recipe for this season’s patio parties. Our Green Passionfruit White Sangria is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser thanks to the deliciously sweet pineapple and mango chunks, refreshing mint and splash of *ahem* vodka and white wine.
A fan favourite, our Green Passionfruit tea gives this hot-weather refresher an extra kick with its perfectly balanced tangy taste and light floral notes.
This foolproof recipe is so easy you’ll want to make it over and over again. Just infuse the tea, chill, then grab a pitcher and throw in the rest of the ingredients. It’s that simple. You can also opt for a caffeine-free version of the cocktail if late nights aren’t your thing. Just substitute the tea for Watermelon Mint or another caffeine-free blend! So pour yourself a glass, kick back, enjoy the sun and repeat.
Green Passionfruit White Sangria
- ½ cup vodka
- 1 lime, sliced into rounds
- 1 cup green grapes, halved
- 2 sprigs fresh mint, bruised and torn
- ⅓ cup agave syrup (or to taste)
- club soda
- 1 bottle of chilled white wine (one with tropical fruity flavours works well)
- 4 Perfect Spoonfuls of Green Passionfruit tea
- 2 cups hot water
- 1½ cups pineapple chunks
- 1 cup mango chunks
|Steep tea in 2 cups hot water for 4 minutes, then strain and stir in agave syrup (note: agave syrup is very sweet, so add a little at a time until you reach desired sweetness). Chill in fridge for at least 15 minutes.|
|In a large punch bowl or pitcher, add fruit and mint then top with vodka, wine and chilled tea mixture. Makes about 16-20 servings.|
|Fill 12 oz glasses about ⅓ full of crushed ice and fill ⅔ with sangria. Top with club soda and enjoy!|
|Pro Tip: For a caffeine-free option, we recommend Guava Cadabra or Watermelon Mint. Feel free to mix and match your fruits but we suggest sticking to mostly yellow and light green fruits (i.e. kiwi, pear, green apple, cucumber, honeydew melon, peach, nectarine, passion fruit and star fruit). Make the recipe your own and have fun with it!|
|Makes about 16-20 servings.|
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