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August 09, 2022 2 min read

Are there non alcoholic sangrias?

Sangria has a an interesting history dating all the way back to the Roman Empire when Romans enjoyed drinking wine from Spain. They called the red wines “sangria,” though it was very different then what we drink today. During the middle ages, many people would drink wine because fermented drinks were safer to consume than the water that was heavily contaminated. People began adding more fruit and spices to their wines for some added flavor to enjoy with family and friends, which helped create the Spanish red wine punch we know today as sangria

During the 1964 World Fair in New York, the Spanish World introduced Americans to sangria and it soon became a hit across the United States, maintaining its popularity. 

Sangria is a fruity punch perfect for a gathering. You can enjoy it without adding wine or brandy. We have a sweet blend that’s quick and easy to make and best of all, it’s a delicious non alcoholic sangria.

How to jazz up your alcohol free mango kombucha

Wonder Drink’s Tropical Mango Komcucha is a sweet and tart exotic, tangy taste. Our plant-based prebiotic organic kombucha supports gut health and can be enjoyed at any time of day. The mango flavor is delicious but isn’t too strong, making it a great option to use for a mixer for easy cocktails.

Who doesn’t enjoy an easy mocktail? During the past few years, mocktails have been becoming increasingly more popular and many of us are looking for a healthier alternative to our favorite mixed drinks to enjoy socially. 

We recommend trying this mango berry sangria to replace a boozy drink if you’re looking for a non alcoholic beverage and to save money.

Easy mixed drink ingredients

  • ½ orange thinly sliced
  • 5-6 strawberries sliced
  • ½ cup of your berry of choice!
  • 4 cups sparkling water
  • 2 cups of Tropical Mango Komcucha
  • ¼ cup of grape juice

Non alcohol sangria recipe

  1. Add fruit to large pitcher and mix them together
  2. Add sparkling water, kombucha, and grape juice. Mix for 30 seconds.
  3. Serve in glasses with ice

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