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This Wicked Witches Brew aka Red Sangria is my go to punch when I have a party. Over the years I have received so many compliments on how yummy my Red Sangria is that I wanted to share it with all of you. Be careful with this Red Sangria. It’s so delicious and you can’t really taste the alcohol in it. It’ll sneak up on you.

I remember years ago when I made my first batch of Wicked Witches Brew aka Red Sangria. I drank a big beer mug of it on my deck while I was sitting on a lounge chair. I know, I know….I said big beer mug but that’s how I roll sometimes. When I was done with the first glass, I stood up to get some more Red Sangria and realized how affected by what I had drunk already. I remember thinking to myself, this is dangerously good. 😋

Sangria in pitcher

One thing I really like about this Wicked Witched Brew aka Red Sangria is that it is so easy to make. I’ve even been asked to make another batch during parties when it runs out. It doesn’t include any slicing or dicing of fruit. All the ingredients are liquid for easier mixing and quicker prep.

There’s no need to use an expensive wine for this recipe. I use an inexpensive red burgundy that comes in a huge jug. I buy two or three before parties. I’m always a bit embarrassed walking out of the grocery store with huge jugs of inexpensive wine. I always feel like I have to say to people as I’m passing by, I’m making Sangria.

I made the Wicked Witches Brew aka Red Sangria a little more scary by adding gummy worms around the glass. 😊

Red Sangria in Glass

If you want to make an adult punch for your next Halloween party or any other party, try this Wicked Witches Brew aka Red Sangria. You’ll love it!

Sangria in glass with witchy hands
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Wicked Witches Brew aka Red Sangria
Ingredients
  • 3 ½ cups red wine
  • ½ cup brandy
  • 1/3 cup frozen orange juice thawed
  • 1/3 cup frozen lemonade thawed
  • ½ cup orange-flavored liquor
  • ¼ cup lemon juice
  • 3 or 4 cups of lemon-lime soda chilled (I used Sprite. It’s the best for this recipe)
Instructions
  1. Mix all the ingredients together in a picture. Serve in glasses over ice. Enjoy!

 

 


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