Orange Peel Black Tea Sangria

Orange Peel Black Tea Sangria

holiday / cocktail

Orange Peel Black Tea Sangria

Happy Long Weekend! Jack and I are off to the farmers market this morning but I wanted to pop in quickly and share this sangria recipe. I posted it on Instagram awhile back – but I think it’s such a refreshing cocktail for weekend BBQ’s that I wanted to share it here on the blog as well.

This combines two of my favorite things in the world – iced tea and wine! Its simple to make – just pour the wine and iced tea into a large pitcher and add the fruit. Chill overnight, so that the flavors will infuse, and serve it at your holiday gathering tomorrow!

Orange Peel Black Tea Sangria

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Orange Peel Black Tea Sangria

  PrintAuthor: Jeanine DonofrioServes: serves 4-6Ingredients

  • 1 bottle dry white wine (Sauvignon Blanc or Pinot Grigio)
  • 1 bottle of orange scented black tea (such as Pure Leaf’s Valencia Orange Peel Organic Black tea)
  • 1 large orange sliced into thin wedges or rounds
  • 6 strawberries, sliced
  • ½ cup raspberries


  1. In a large pitcher, combine the white wine, tea, orange slices, strawberries and raspberries. Chill for at least 12 hours (overnight is best) then serve over ice.

NotesMint and/or basil is delicious in this recipe as well. Stir in fresh herbs few hours before serving so they don’t wilt overnight.3.4.3177
*original Instagram post was sponsored by Pure Leaf Tea.

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  1. Kacy from

    Simple and nice

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  2. Marta @ What should I eat for breakfast today from

    Ice tea and wine is a nice combo 🙂

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  3. Angela from

    Looks Delicious!

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  4. Carlos At Spoonabilities

    This sangria looks so refreshing, and it’s perfect for the weather here in Miami.

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