Q: I took a recent trip to Spain and am still day-dreaming about all the fresh sangria I had. I'd love to re-create those drinks at home, but I'd rather not make a pitcher at a time. So I had an idea for making single-serving, almost ready-made, but fresh, sangria. Any ideas for how I might do this?
I'm thinking of leaving fruit juice frozen in ice trays or whole fruits ready in the freezer. When the mood strikes, I could just pour once cup of red wine and add cubes/fruit as necessary to prepare a single glass of sangria. Has this been done before? If not, any tips on choosing the right fruit, prepping the frozen ingredients, and getting the proportions right?
Sent by Stephanie
Editor: It sounds like you're already on the right track, Stephanie! What about freezing chunks of fruit and juice together in ice cubes? If you infused the fruit in a little red wine before freezing, you'd get even closer to that perfect sangria flavor.
Readers, any other ideas for making individual portions of sangria?
(Image: Non-Alcoholic Sangria / Emily Ho)