Summer themed Tropical Passion Fruit Sangria. An easy white sangria made with white wine, rum, pineapple, orange, mango, lychee and a passion fruit syrup.
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The warm summer weather has me craving more drinks and cocktails, which has lead to plenty of recipes here on the blog. On top of that, my recipe offerings for this was severely limited until recently. This Tropical Passion Fruit Sangria is a new favorite of mine and a fresh, summer-themed addition to my current list of drinks.
Having family in Kauai, passion fruit has become a favorite of ours. Tropical fruit has a distinct tart and sweet flavor. It can be difficult to find in the mainland, especially year-round. If you’re lucky enough to find it, then it’s a great fresh addition to this Tropical Passion Fruit Sangria.
Otherwise you can use Torani Passion Fruit syrup. The new summer flavors of passion fruit, peach or raspberry are available in the tea aisle of Walmart. The unique syrups are a versatile way to add flavor to any drink. They’re made without corn syrup and include real sugar and natural flavors.
I’m always on the lookout for anything passion fruit. Everything from pastries, jams, butters and now syrups are a fun way to enjoy the flavor. This Tropical Passion Fruit Sangria is simple to make, with only minutes of prep. Simply combine white wine, rum, pineapple juice and passion fruit syrup in a pitcher. Then add any tropical fruit, such as pineapple, mango, lychee, kiwi or banana. Chill until cold and serve at your next summer gathering.
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Tropical Passion Fruit Sangria
- 750 mL bottle white wine, such as Pinot Grigio or Sauvignon Blanc
- 20 ounces canned diced pineapples, with juice
- 1 cup Torani Passion Fruit syrup
- ¼ cup white rum
- 5 lychees, peeled and pitted
- 3 medium oranges, sliced
- 1 medium mango, diced
- Maraschino cherries as garnish
- Place wine, diced pineapple with juice, syrup and rum in a large pitcher. Stir until combined.
- Add lychee, orange and mango. Cover and chill until cold—a few hours or overnight. Serve with cherry or other fruit as garnish.
- You can substitute or add any fruit, such as banana, kiwi or strawberry
- Prep time does not include chilling
I don’t drink alcohol what would be the best substitute for wine and rum
That’s a great question Anita. You could try white grapefruit juice, but it’s already got plenty of sweetness from other ingredients. A fun alternative would be sparkling water to make a fizzy mocktail.