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Super Sangrias: 9 Boozy Mixes in Mumbai That You Must Try

26 Mar , 2016  

Combine wine, chopped fruit and some leisure time and you have the recipe for Sangria, a stroke of Spanish genius. Although “Sangre,” meaning “red” implies using red wine, one can use white wine, vodka, triple sec, soda or it can even be made virgin. The beauty of sangrias is that they have endless possibilities. It’s no wonder this versatile drink is a favourite to beat the Mumbai heat. Here’s where you can find the best ones in Mumbai:

Melon Sangria at Pali Village Cafe, Bandra:
Pali Village Cafe has a host of delicious Sangria and each one competes for top spot. Try the crisp white wine sangria with apple nectar, fresh honeydew and cantaloupe as well as the Peach and Malta Sangria that’s made with Chenin Blanc. The most popular, however is the refreshing Melon Sangria.

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Green Apple Sangria at Silver Beach Café, Andheri: (reserve now)
This cosy diner offers lip smacking sangria made with white wine and hints of green apple that’s totally invigorating. Pair it the delicious seafood the restaurant offers for a pleasant evening by the sea.

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Poco Loco Sangria at Poco Loco, Bandra:
This chic Spanish restaurant has a unique take on Sangrias. Instead of the chopped fruit bobbing in white wine, fresh oranges and green apple come blended in it. Relish this boozy, frothy drink with your choice of tasty tapas.

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Sangria Romano at Villa 39, Colaba:
If a wine sangria is too mild, the bartenders at Villa 39 have the answer to the problem. By adding tequila to compliment tangy, red wine, this smooth sangria takes on a fruitier, brighter and mellower avatar.

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Classic Sangria At Valhalla, Churchgate:
One of the things that make Valhalla’s Sangria stand out is that it’s made with red, full bodied wine. The other is that a splash of vanilla vodka is added for a burst of flavour. Luscious cubes of apple, orange, pear and lemon make the Classic Sangria an after-dark star.

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Columbian Breeze at Escobar, Bandra:
The balmy breeze on this rooftop restaurant provides the perfect setting to down this seriously delish Sangria. The Columbian Breeze Sangria features white wine, sprite, mango juice, Limon Rum and cut up pineapple, apples and lemongrass.

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Honeydew Sangria at The Table, Colaba:
Alongside the Port and Merlot Sangria that’s infused with tropical fruits and tangerine peel; and Rose Sangria, the Honeydew Sangria at The Table is a city favourite. Chenin Blanc wine is topped with vodka, apple and pineapple cubes draws you in with the soft, fruity flavour.

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Super Fruit Sangria at Lemon Leaf, Bandra: (reserve now)
Tantalize your taste buds and order a pitcher of the Super Fruit Sangria. White wine with club soda coupled with the slight aroma and tinge of ginger set the base for floating melon and peach bits.

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Spicy Sangria at Pizza By The Bay, Churchgate:
A tad sweet and subtly piquant, the Spicy Sangria at Pizza by the Bay has a warm, delicious flavor. It is concocted with brandy, red wine, Martini Rosso, fresh fruits. Ginger and ginger ale undertones give it enough punch to make it an explosive drink you’re bound to love.

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Get a taste of Spain with these fun, flavourful thirst quenchers! You don’t need a special occasion to treat yourself to some refreshing sangria.


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