Elderflower Sangria

This Elderflower Sangria recipe is a delicious mix of dry white wine, elderflower liqueur, orange liqueur, blueberries, cherries, a plum and sparkling lime water.

This Elderflower Sangria recipe is a delicious mix of dry white wine, elderflower liqueur, orange liqueur, blueberries, cherries, a plum and sparkling lime water.

Sangria is one of those wonderfully easy drinks you can throw together at a moment’s notice if you have unexpected company or just feel like snazzing up your regular wine routine. I’ll just go ahead and assume you have a regular wine routine. And that it’s okay to use the word “snazzing.”

I made this light and refreshing St. Germain Sangria recipe to go along with the Latin Pork Tomatillo Stew I brought to a friend’s birthday party.

I usually grab a bottle of red wine when I’m craving sangria, but today I thought starting with a dry white wine would make a nice change.

This St Germain Sangria recipe is a delicious mix of dry white wine, elderflower liqueur, orange liqueur, blueberries, cherries, a plum and sparkling lime water.

I made the husband pick up a bottle of St. Germain (elderflower liqueur) a few weekends back to make elderflower mimosas for my sister’s birthday. Unfortunately Luckily I had also made a (delicious!) batch of lavender lemonade that morning so the elderflower liqueur went mostly untouched.

This left me with the majority of a bottle of elderflower liqueur and no specific plans for it. I’ve just been casually adding it to stuff the past few weeks because it is DELICIOUS. It’s not cheap, but it so fun and fancy. And yummy. And did I mention delicious?

This Elderflower Sangria recipe is a delicious mix of dry white wine, elderflower liqueur, orange liqueur, blueberries, cherries, a plum and sparkling lime water.

I’m practically swimming in cherries at my house so I pitted and halved a few to include with the plums and blueberries.

This Elderflower Sangria recipe is a delicious mix of dry white wine, elderflower liqueur, orange liqueur, blueberries, cherries, a plum and sparkling lime water.

My basic method for making sangria includes a bottle of wine, some fruit, something fizzy, and some type of sweet liqueur. I particularly love doing a red wine sangria with ginger ale and limoncello!

I liked that this sangria wasn’t overly sweet, but if you prefer yours on the sugary-side I’d suggest adding extra triple sec.

This sangria with st germain recipe is a delicious mix of dry white wine, elderflower liqueur, orange liqueur, blueberries, cherries, a plum and sparkling lime water.Bottoms up!

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This Elderflower Sangria recipe is a delicious mix of dry white wine, elderflower liqueur, orange liqueur, blueberries, cherries, a plum and sparkling lime water.

Elderflower Sangria

This Elderflower Sangria recipe is a delicious mix of dry white wine, elderflower liqueur, orange liqueur, blueberries, cherries, a plum and sparkling lime water.

Yield: 6 servings
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

Ingredients

  • 750 ml. dry white wine (I used an un-oaked chardonnay)
  • 1.5 oz. orange liqueur (triple sec)
  • 3 oz. Elderflower liqueur (I used St. Germain)
  • 1/4 cup blueberries, halved
  • 1 red plum, sliced thin
  • 1 cup cherries, pitted and halved
  • 2 cups unsweetened sparkling lime water (if you can't find this, just use club soda and lime juice)

Instructions

  1. Mix the first 6 ingredients.
  2. Let the flavors mingle.
  3. When you're ready to serve, add the bubbles and then pour!

Nutrition

Yield:

6

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 221|Total Fat: 3g|Saturated Fat: 2g|Trans Fat: 0g|Unsaturated Fat: 1g|Cholesterol: 9mg|Sodium: 24mg|Carbohydrates: 22g|Fiber: 3g|Sugar: 12g|Protein: 1g|

Nutrition information has been auto-calculated for your convenience.

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August 5, 2013 | Last Updated on May 31, 2021 by Linda

5 thoughts on “Elderflower Sangria”

  1. What a truly amazing sangria! Waw! I just made it for this midday before lunch! It is so tasty, so fabulous even, my hubby agrees here with me! 🙂 I think he loves you now! 😉 xxx

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