Sangria Blanc

Summer is here! Savour the heat by quenching your thirst with a fortified Sangria Blanc. Nothing could be simpler than grabbing a pitcher, your favorite seasonal fruit, a nice white wine, gin and a tasty liqueur and mixing it up for your friends.


1/2 bottle of white wine 2 oz St. Germain Eledflower Liqueur 1 oz Martin Miller’s Gin 2 slices lemon 2 slices lime seasonal fruit


build in a pitcher full of ice adding liqueur last stir, top with ice and more wine if necessary serve in an ice filled goblet or Collins glass with fruit


Jongansus 12 Jun 2012
11:28 am

Awesome Sangria!! Can’t wait to try it out on my own :D Just found yall’s website last night and have watch every video Jamie your very informative, and i think these videos are going to take me to that next level of bar-tending

Small Screen Colin 12 Jun 2012
11:31 am


I am glad that you found Small Screen and Raising the Bar with Jamie Boudreau and that our site can help you learn new skills! Good luck on your quest for bartending greatness!

Matthew Parks 12 Jun 2012
11:55 am

St Germaine is always wonderful paired with a good sparkling. Also pear and apricot liqueurs work wonders as well. And with summer pepper season around the corner, there’s nothing wrong with throwing in a few good red chiles to spice it up and give it some character!

Jordan 12 Jun 2012
9:01 pm

This looks delicious, def. making this at the next gathering where drinking will be involved.

As an aside, was this shot at Canon?

Rhett 13 Jun 2012
1:26 am

Yes, that is the Canon bar.
I love that St. Germain carafe too…
Happy summer!  - except it’s still raining and cool in Vancouver and I bet it’s the same in Seattle =P

blair frodelius 14 Jun 2012
9:55 am

I’ve found St. Germaine to be a great substitute for Triple Sec in punches.  No wonder that it works in Sangria equally well.



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