Non Alchoholic Spiced Sangria#SundayFunday

When we visited Spain, enjoyed having different flavors of sangria, they were all alcoholic. Sangria is a typical Spanish beverage and it’s usually made with wine red or white, chopped fruit and some sweetener. Once you taste this drink your hooked to having more than glass at a time. Here I am making this awesome drink spiced nonalcoholic with  apple juice.    Let me tell you this is also divine and irresistible. 

Had guest for breakfast who do not have tea or coffee, hence decided to make this drink. Made it the previous evening and kept it in the refrigerator to chill. But as this was brewing , the house was full with aroma of spices and sweetness ... that was drawing me to kitchen to taste it. Oh My God! it tasted divine. You must try this. My guest were flabbergasted after tasting this drink.


A Liter Apple Juice
6 Whole Cloves.
2 Cinnamon sticks
1/2 cup Orange Juice or 2 Tablespoon Heaped Orange Powder ( I added orange powder)
2 Tablespoons Apple - finely diced per glass
Juice from 2 Limes or as per taste
2 Tablespoon Fresh ginger - peeled and thinly sliced


In a large pot , add apple juice, orange juice or powder, cloves , cinnamon stick and ginger, give it a quick stir, bring it to a boil, then cover let it simmer for 5 minutes on low flame. Cool, strain the juice, add lemon juice, taste and adjust sweetness or tartness by adding orange / lime juice as per your taste. Cover and chill in refrigerator for few hours before serving. 

 Serve chilled with diced apples and enjoy.....
Labels: Juices, Spain, Non-Alcoholic, Apple,Orange juice, Sunday Funday, Healthy, Mocktail
For our event called Sunday Funday, wherein we share recipes our families will love to enjoy on a Sunday. The Theme For this Sunday is Marvellous Mocktails.
Sneha's Recipe
Sneha's Recipe

Happy Home-maker and culinary enthusiast.


  1. We drink a lot of hot spiced apple cider in the fall but it never occurred to me to serve it chilled. Thanks for the inspiration Sneha.

  2. What a refreshing, non-alcoholic sip. Thanks for sharing this idea with us, Sneha!