TAZO helps us sip festively with this Seasonal Sangria recipe

Toast to the Holidays with a Festive Seasonal Sangria by TAZO
Toast to the Holidays with a Festive Seasonal Sangria by TAZO /

When it comes to delicious teas, TAZO definitely knows what they are doing. And since introducing their tea concentrates, they are taking things to a whole new level.

Whether you are looking for ways to make delicious cocktails or mocktails, or just want to add some water and ice, these concentrates from TAZO are always a good addition to our refrigerators. And for the holidays, they are ready to bring the inspiration with the perfect recipe for a seasonal drink.

So what are we sipping on this holiday season? For this festive season we are sipping on a Sangria called the “Perfect to a Tea,” which was created by Muddling Memories’ Cody Goldstein.

At the core of this Sangria recipe is the TAZO Unsweetened Iced Passion Tea Concentrate. It builds off of the already amazing flavors in this particular tea and takes it to the next level.

Enjoy a festive Sangria with the help TAZO tea concentrates

So how exactly do we make the Perfect to a Tea at home?

What you need:

  • TAZO Unsweetened Iced Passion Tea Concentrate Carton (32 ounces)
  • 1 Cup of Pineapple Juice (100 percent juice preferred)
  • 3/4 Cups of Orange Juice (100 percent juice preferred)
  • 1/2 Cup of Grapefruit Juice (they recommend the Ruby Red 100 percent juice)
  • Hibiscus Flower in Syrup
  • 3 Cups of Hard Seltzer in Lime (You can also opt for a non-alcoholic lime seltzer)
  • 1 Orange sliced into rounds
  • 1 Grapefruit cut into sliced rounds
  • 6 Sticks of fresh Cinnamon

What to do:

For this Sangria, you’ll want a large serving vessel, such as a large pitcher or a punch bowl. Next add all of the ingredients into your serving vessel. Next add in about 2 cups of ice and stir everything together.

To garnish your Sangria, they recommend using hibiscus flower, cinnamon sticks, oranges, and grapefruits. Basically, they want you to garnish with the same flavor profiles as what you are using to make this Sangria.

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What do you think of this Sangria recipe for the holidays? Is this a drink you would sip on this holiday season? We want to know if you are going to make this one for yourself and your guests.