This sweet tea citrus sangria is a bright, perfectly sweet, citrusy cocktail perfect for game day or any entertaining event. It’s made with a lemon sweet tea wine, fresh orange juice, peach bourbon, fruit, and mint. Easy, refreshing, and balanced and big enough for a whole party!
A cocktail perfect for entertaining
Batch cocktails are the perfect way to provide cocktails for your guests without too much effort on your end. You can make this sweet tea citrus sangria ahead of time and in a large batch. It’s actually best if you make this cocktail the day before or morning of your event, so the flavors meld together and become even more delicious.
This cocktail also looks gorgeous, a showstopper for your event. The colorful fruit and fresh mint are simple touches that make the drink appear a little bougie even though it took little effort on your end.
Simply combine the lemon sweet tea wine, orange juice, and peach bourbon. Before serving, add in the fresh fruit and orange juice. I also like to make fun ice cubes filled with orange and mint for a special touch when your guests pour the drink (but totally optional).
This sweet tea citrus sangria is perfect for entertaining at parties, especially if you are throwing any super bowl parties!
Ingredients in this Sweet Tea Citrus Sangria
Here’s what you’ll need to make this drink:
- lemon sweet tea wine cocktail, this delicious sweet tea cocktail makes this sangria so simple to make. It brings the sweet tea, lemon, and white wine flavors to the party, so you only need 3 ingredients to make this drink! The sweet tea flavors are balanced with the bright citrusy orange juice and bold, rich peach bourbon.
- orange juice, adds bright, light notes to help balance out the other sweet flavors. Sweet tea and citrus also pair together perfectly; brings those summertime vibes during these dreary months.
- peach bourbon, the peach compliments the citrus and tea and the bourbon adds rich, bold notes to make a balanced and bright cocktail.
- fresh orange and lemon slices, the fresh fruit adds more brightness to the cocktail and also makes it look pretty!
- mint, that touch of herbaceous, bright goodness rounds out the cocktail. Also, I love a pretty garnish to complete the cocktail!
How to make this batch cocktail!
Why batch cocktails are so perfect for entertaining?! It’s so simple to throw together! Simply combine the sweet tea wine, orange juice, and peach bourbon to a pitcher. Stir until well combined. Before serving, add in the fruit and mint. Pour over ice and add extra fruit and mint for garnish.
Before an event, I like to add the ice and garnishes to wine glasses next to the ready made pitcher so your guests simply need to pour the cocktail and enjoy!
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- Blueberry mint mojito
- Lightened Buffalo Chicken Dip
- Whipped Goat Cheese + Cranberry Orange Gin Fizz
- The BEST Crostini’s Ever!
This sweet tea citrus cocktail is a delicious, flavorful, and easy batch cocktail perfect for Super Bowl celebrations! Made with sweet tea with lemon wine cocktail, fresh citrus juice, peach bourbon and fresh fruit for a delicious addictive drink!
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Sweet Tea Citrus Sangria
- 1 1.5 L of Sutter Home Sweet Tea Wine Cocktail with lemon
- 1 cup orange juice
- 1/2 cup peach bourbon more or less to taste
- 1 small orange cut into slices
- 1 small lemon cut into slices
- 1 small blood orange or grapefruit cut into slices
- Mint for garnish
Combine the sweet tea wine, orange juice, and peach bourbon to a pitcher. Stir until well combined. Pour over ice and add extra fruit and mint for garnish.
Before serving, add in the fruit and mint.
Pour over ice and add extra fruit and mint for garnish.
If making the day before, combine the sweet tea wine, orange juice, and peach bourbon to a pitcher and place in fridge. Add the fruit before serving so it does not become mushy in the fridge overnight.