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Liquor Review: Eppa SupraFruta Sangria

I don’t know about you, but I love Sangria.  It’s just a delightful drink to have at a Mexican or Spanish restaurant with a meal or at a party with lots of fruit in it.

Whenever I had parties in my 20’s and 30’s, I would always take out my mother’s Sangria bowl and mix in a whole lot of ingredients to make the perfect Sangria.  However, with the introduction of Eppa SupraFruta Sangria, which is crafted in Mendocino, California, you don’t have to.  All organically-grown grapes, this Sangria is a blend of Pomegranate, blueberry, blood Orange and acai juices.  (The white is a blend of Mangosteen, peach, mango and Mediterranean blood organge juices.)

Although I didn’t sample the white, I prefer the red. I always do.  That’s just my thing. I’m a big red wine person.

When you smell the Eppa SupraFruta Sangria, it’s very fruity.  It has a ruby red color that is thick and hard to see through. When you taste it, it’s like a perfect blend of all the good fruits combined into one.

In addition to the delicious taste, I love that it’s made right here in our backyard (well not actually in my backyard but in California) and it’s certified organically grown. Each glass has twice the antioxidants as a glass of red wine.

The bottle is fun. It has an array of fun colors swirled together, which just makes you think “party!” I think the next time I have a party, I’m going to buy a case of Eppa SupraFruta Red Sangria, get a ton of fruit and just pour it into my mother’s Sangria bowl and my hassle of making great Sangria is over.  I no longer need to mix in a ton of ingredients because as soon as you open the bottle, the taste is great.

Here is a clip of me actually trying it out #throughglass:

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