How to Make Sangria Using Locally Sourced Ingredients

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WINTER BLOOD ORANGE BLACKBERRY SANGRIA RECIPE

Recipe Courtesy of Restauration | 2708 E 4th St, Long Beach, CA 90814 | (562) 439-8822 | restaurationlb.com


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hen you combine restaurant + restore, what’s old becomes new again, and this Long Beach eatery is the culmination of these two words. Located on Retro Row between Cherry and Temple, Restauration pays tribute to American culinary spirit while embracing modern fare in Southern California. All items found on their menu are created using locally sourced and responsibly grown ingredients. The goal of this establishment is to create a space that encourages everyone to stay a while and engage in meaningful conversation inside their comfortable yet sophisticated atmosphere. If you aren’t able to make it over to Long Beach in the near future, you don’t have to reschedule your cal to make it happen. Instead, mix up this Winter Blood Orange Blackberry Sangria beverage and get a taste of Restauration from any locale.


 SANGRIA BATCH FOR PITCHER Restauration Long Beach
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1 Pint Blackberries, muddled
6 Blood Oranges, diced and muddled
7 oz Simple syrup
8 oz Lemon juice
13 oz Vodka
65 oz Sangria wine (Tollo)
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Put muddled fruit, syrup, lemon juice, vodka and wine all in pitcher. Stir well prior to serving to get all the pulp and fruit up top as well!
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SANGRIA FRUIT TOPPING
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1 Pint Blackberries, rough muddle
4 Blood Oranges diced
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Stir together, leave in deli cup and spoon on to Sangria when serving.
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SANGRIA INDIVIDUAL
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Fill wine glass with ice. Pour in stirred Sangria from pitcher batch. Top with peach Moscato 1 oz. One spoonful of Sangria fruit on top. Enjoy!

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