Spanish Drinks

If you're throwing a paella party, start the festivities with a Spanish cocktail. From a flaming Spanish fly to a Spanish crown, these easy recipes for Spanish cocktails will make everyone shout "Ole!"

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Strawberry Sangria

Better Homes and Gardens

Sweet strawberries are the star here, permeating every sip of this enticing sangria. Choose brightly-colored, plump berries that still have their green caps attached. Store in the refrigerator (preferably in a single layer) in a moisture proof container in the refrigerator for 2-3 days.

Sunset Sangria

Better Homes and Gardens

Spend a relaxing afternoon slowly sipping this cool and delicious drink recipe that combines wine, sugar, and lime juice garnished with a nectarine.

Sweet Honey White Sangria

Better Homes and Gardens

Sweet honey, aromatic fresh ginger and bright citrus lend incredible flavor and fragrance to this refreshing, sparkling sangria. Wonderfully effervescent, it's the perfect beverage to accompany a Sunday brunch or Italian summer feast. Be sure to add soda just before serving.

White Wine Sangria

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Total: 2 hrs 15 mins

Blackberry Sangria

Better Homes and Gardens

This bright sangria recipe, sweetened with a summer-ripe blackberry syrup, will inspire guests to linger for just one more glass.

Punch it Up--Best of the Blogs

Heat got you down? No worries. We've cruised the best blogs and found that most of our favorites have recipes for cooling summer drinks--some with alcohol, some without.

31 Days of Great Grilling: Tequila-Honey-Lime Marinated Drumsticks

Great grilling recipes, like this one for Tequila-Honey-Lime Marinated Drumsticks, inevitably bring up the age-old question: Which came first, the chicken or the worm? By which we're talking about that dumb tradition of putting a caterpillar in bottles of tequila. It's not a real tradition at all, just a marketing gimmick. Forget about it! Chickens, of course, predate tequila. They've been around forever, whereas tequila was born about 600 years ago when the Spanish conquerors in South America drank up the brandy they'd brought from home. Inspired by native recipes, they learned to distill liquor from the pineapple-shaped fruitread more

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