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Definition of the noun sangria
What does sangria mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: sangrias
- sweetened red wine and orange or lemon juice with soda water
- example: We had a few glasses of sangria.
- region: Espana / Kingdom of Spain / Spain
- lexical domain: Foods & Drinks - nouns denoting foods and drinks
- synonym of sangria: sangaree
- more generic word: drink = a single serving of a beverage
- substance: red wine = wine having a red color derived from skins of dark-colored grapes
Alternative definition of the noun sangria
- A cold drink, originating in Spain, consisting of red or white wine, brandy or sherry, fruit juice, sugar and soda water and garnished with orange and other fruit.
Sangria is a typical beverage from Spain and Portugal. It normally consists of wine, chopped fruit, a sweetener, and a small amount of added brandy. Chopped fruit can include orange, lemon, lime, apple, peach, melon, berries, pineapple, grape, kiwifruit and mango. A sweetener such as honey, sugar, syrup, or orange juice is added. Instead of brandy, other liquids such as Seltzer, Sprite or 7 Up may be added. Sangria is steeped while chilled for as little as minutes or up to a few days.
- also known as 桑格莉亞, Σανγκρία, Σανγρία, 샹그리아, 산그리아, ไวน์พันช์
Sangria is a color that resembles Sangría wine. Sangria can also be described as a burnt red. The word sangria comes from the Spanish word sangre, which means blood. This is an appropriate name considering its color. The color's name is similar to that of orange, as both are derived from a physical object. This is also the case for many other colors.
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125 Cocktail Recipes Tailor-Made for the Rustic Charm of a Mason Jar! by Shane Carley
MASON JAR SANGRIA Like the Bloody Mary, Sangria is a cocktail with about a million different variations.
Sangria is the perfect homespun and customizable drink to encapsulate the rustic, selfsufficient attitude that the Mason jar conveys.
a Savor the South® cookbook by Kelly Alexander
Sangria is the Spanish punch traditionally made with red wine (“sangria” means “ bleeding”) diluted with a little sugar and orange juice and sweetened with nutmeg; sliced lemons and oranges are added to macerate, and then still or sparkling ...
by Josephine Quintero, Mary-Ann Gallagher
Sangria is a refreshing mixture of red wine, gaseosa ( lemonade). Sparkling and still mineral water OLD MADRID Cornucopia 7 z ̊ ¡¡.
New York Bartender's Guide (2012)
1300 Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic Drink Recipes for the Professional and the Home by Sally Ann Berk
Sangria is the classic wine cocktail. And, of course ...
by Geoff Stebbings
Sangria is a good choice for organic growers thanks to its resistance to disease and pests. Pale green hearts and red outer leaves make this a distinctivelooking variety. • Tom Thumb is a compact variety, ideal for raised beds and pots.
by Joanie Sanchez
Sangria is a tasty dark soda, and has a flavor that is a combination of bitter and sweet. Once you finally find one (they're not available in every store), they're very addictive. If you're tired of carbonated beverages, it won't be hard to find purified ...
The Complete Cocktail Manual (2016)
285 Tips, Tricks, and Recipes by Lou Bustamante
180 WHIP UP AWHITE SANGRIA White sangria is an easy and delicious alternative, although ...
Sangria is a party-bowl concoction originally from Portugal and Spain that mixes wine, fresh fruits, and often a spirit (brandy, Grand Marnier, triple sec, vodka, rum, etc.). Red wine is the standard, but white wine and champagne can mix up a ...
by Rough Guides
The fruity sangria is the perfect accompaniment to the ...
200 Ultra-Convenient, Super-Tasty, Completely Animal-Free Recipes by Robin Robertson
The Vanilla-Spice Chai or Mexican Hot Chocolate can be enjoyed as your own private indulgence, while the Hot Sangria is a good choice for a cozy evening for two. Whatever your choice, these drinks can be served piping hot directly from the ...
Meditations With Tea (2004)
Paths to Inner Peace by Diana Rosen
Sangria, Sangria is a Spanish wine cooler flooded with 68.
by Laurence C. Hatch
'Sangria' - very broadly suborbicular-ovate, 95% dark violet- red, shallow crenate, notably with a big lime green basal mark below the dark red ...
Concise English Dictionary (2007)
by Wordsworth Editions, Limited
Also sangria (sang-gre'a) a similar Spanish drink. [Sp. sangria.] sangfroid sdfrwd', n. coolness, self-possession. [Fr., cold blood.] Sangraal, Sangrail, Sangreal san(g )-grdl', san(g)'grdl, ns. the holy grail (see grail), [saint, grail.] sangria.
by John R. Clark Hall, Herbert Dean Meritt
Ayuda otra vez a su cunado Alfonso; se le ve sostener el pie de la enferma mientras le practican una sangria. Pero no dedica todo su tiempo a consolar a Lucrecia. Hercules de Este y su hijo, vinculados de cerca, como Cesar, a la Corona de ...
by John T. Edge
orange drink, and Senorial nonalcoholic sangria, as well as Jarritos and rival brand Barrilitos in half a ...
by Gerald W. Fry, Gayla S. Nieminen, Harold E. Smith
Ten an sésrfié Sangria 81s mgiin. émnjgiffismagiirmidsiapirmfinevrii. film ...
by Bill Bryson
sangria. Spanish drink. sanitary. Not -tory. San Joaquin Valley, California. San Luis Obispo, California; not Louis. San Salvador. Capital of El Salvador. sansculotte.
Vol 7: Foodways: Easyread Large Bold Edition by John T. Edge
orange drink, and Senorial nonalcoholic sangria, as well as Jarritos and rival brand Barrilitos in half a dozen a vors from tamarindo (tamarind) to toronja ( grapefruit) ...
Second Edition by Kenneth T. Jackson, Lisa Keller, Nancy Flood
sangria (at the Spanish Pavilion during the World's Fair of 1964–65); and the kamikaze, a drink of lemon juice, ...
by Random House
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Red Wine Sangria with lemon, lime, apple, and orange served in a glass.
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This was good sangria. Not too sweet.
at Salamanca restaurant.
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da boa. :)
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- Making sangria
Costco sells Yellow Tail wine in 1.5L bottles. 4 of those covered us for Sangria until about 1:30am.
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- Peach Sangria Popsicles | Annie's Eats
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- Sangria - Ornamental Peppers!
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- Cheap Sangria
Jen's recipe for "Cheap Sangria" includes Red Wine, Pomegranate Juice & Sparkling Water.
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- Peach Sangria Popsicles | Annie's Eats
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Scrabble value of S1A1N1G2R1I1A1
The value of this 7-letter word is 8 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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