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Sassy Sangria

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1 Bottle of crisp white wine, anything you like
12 oz of mango puree (this can be substituted for any type of fruit)
1 lemon cut into thin slices
1 lime cut into this slices
1 Granny Smith apple cut into thin slices
12 oz Pear or apricot brandy
1 liter Perrier
¼ cup sugar

Place all fruit and the sugar in a pitcher. Mash slightly, but try to keep the integrity of the fruit. Add puree, wine and brandy. Stir and leave for up to 24hrs in the refrigerator. When ready to serve, place ice in a glass, pour an equal part of wine mixture and Perrier and enjoy.

 

 

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