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Mango Berry Sangria and Blogerversary

I can't believe my blog is already a year old :) a year ago today I start to write on this blog,as a way to document my recipes.

Then after I discovered foodbuzz via google,I thought It was cool and fun to share foods pictures and recipes or any food related, with other foodies.
Since then I found so many different foods and recipes from foodbuzz member,so thank you guys for sharing and cheers !!




 Ingredients :
- 1 cup fresh/frozen raspberries
- 1 cup  fresh/frozen mango chunks
- 2 cup sliced fresh strawberries
- 1 lime /thinly slice
- 1 lemon/thinly slice
- 1 bottle rose wine
- 1 bottle club soda/1 quart
- 2 cup mango juice/ I use Ceres
- 1/4 cup Chambord





Preparation :
Into the pitcher mix all fruits ingredients,berries,mango,slice lemon and lime
pour rose wine,club soda,mango juice and chambord,stir and chill for 12-24 hours.

E N J O Y ,,,,





Comments

  1. Happy Happy Happy Blogeversary my friend :D
    How exciting!

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  2. This looks gorgeous! So deliciously good!

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  3. Congrats on your first year of blogging and hoping to see more wonderful recipes.

    Love this sangria and will make a perfect drink for me to relax during the weekend.

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  4. This does look like a pretty delicious way to celebrate your 1 year mark. Funny what a blog can blossom into when you compare it to your original basis for it! Cheers to you and enjoy the weekend!

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  5. Happy blogoversary. This Sangria sounds delish, love all the fruit in there, especially the mango. Cheers!!

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  6. Congratulations!! One year goes by so fast especially when you can share it with others. This sangria makes a great party drink! Hope you drink it with some good friends.

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  7. Congrats on your blog anniversary Ridwan! What a great drink to celebrate with =)

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  8. Wow, that sangria has an absolutely gorgeous color. Congratulations on your blogiversary!

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  9. Congratulations on your one year anniversary! Your beautiful sangria looks like a wonderful way to celebrate :)

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  10. Happy 1 year anniversary my friend. So happy to have met you through foodbuzz. This drink is the perfect way to celebrate.

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  11. Happy Blogeversary, Ridwan! This sangria looks just perfect! Here's to another great year!

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