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One summer while working lakeside at a super chill tattoo studio, I made my second home at this wicked Mexican restaurant. Aside from their mexi-dip that would have me getting outta bed for midnight cravings, they served this in-house made Sangria that led to me sleeping in their booths more than once. You'd get these massive jugs for 20$, they'd put citrus slices & cherries In there that would sink to the bottom & be the most delish booze soaked treat to fish out the bottom after you polished off a jug. This sangria was so fresh & fruity that you barely tasted the alcohol, so couple that with the price, ergo; booth bed!
This place has since closed the franchise taking their recipes to the grave :'(
The way I was taught to drink sangria by my ex GF's mom who grew up in spain, is at room temp (something about the smoothness of the wine and brandy?idk, she talked allot about booze lol) but in the heat sometimes chilled lemon Perrier & cold fruit are added to the room temp sangria which was my absolute fav. This is a recreation of that.
It's juicy, boozy, bubbly, fruity...and in perfect time for our stupidly late warm weather. Enjoy :)
FIZZY SHERBET adds some more fizz and a touch of lemon. I don't know how VT makes such a realistic fizzy texture but its amaze-balls.
BLOOD ORANGE CHAMPAGNE gives a slight boozy note with a touch of orange to help out the fruits in the mix.
FLV SANGRIA is the heart note here. I initially made this mix with RF sangria before the FLV version came along and I much prefer FLV. It's got more body and is heavier in tannins than the RF offering & has more of a booziness to it, think of it as being a deep red wine compared to RF being a fruity rosé.
FA LIQUID AMBER tops off the boozy note and adds some body.
MEXICAN CACTUS gives it some juiciness/wetness
BLOOD ORANGE/CHERRIES/LIME are for the fruits added to the sangria
Its honestly sweet enough on its own but I enjoy it with some FLV sweetness (really makes those fruits pop!) or supersweet added to it and in the summer, .50% WS23.
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Sangria is one of those things that you hardly need a recipe for – or even a particularly good red wine!
I do have a few slight twists I like use for my own sangria recipe. I like to add berries, like blueberries, raspberries, or strawberries. While apples and oranges are more traditional, I find berries infuse more flavor and color into the wine.
A bit of fruit, a little orange juice, some brandy. Boom, boom, done
Let the ingredients speak for them selves in this bloody cold but tasteful recipe.
give it a 5 days rest and enjoy.
RF Brandy = RF SC brandy
Sangria is the base for this mix and brandy helps support it since it is a thin flavor and needs some fortifying
Apple filling adds some spice notes, sweetness and body to the mix
Pumpkin pie spice adds some of the additional spice notes
\Persimmon and Blood orange adds some bright top notes in the inhale
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Hoping this turns out to be strawberry daiquiri type of drink. The story to this potion - This week in The Year Of Mixing we are in Hogwarts potions class whipping up some tasty potions. This potion creates confusion in the vapers - and when two people in close contact vape it, will develop uncontrollable lust and obsession towards one another. Warning: May cause a bromance to turn into real romance. hahahaha If you want to find out who I've slipped this potion to and what remedies they came up with (their own recipes) check out the Flavor-Pro facebook group and join in the fun.
You can mix this without the MB Captain Rum, or sub it with another boozy alcohol, you could even add FLV Morning Mimosa to this recipe as well at 0.5% for a slightly different boozy taste. A good sangria should be sweet, fruity, boozy, and chilled. You can adjust the sweetener level to your own tastes, or sub CAP SS with FLV Sweetness if you are are looking to make it without sucralose (use around 0.25% to 0.4% of FLV Sweetness as a replacement.) Caramel is there to add a slightly richer note, you could also use a brown sugar in this spot as well, but I liked the caramel taste.
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