Virgin Rooh Afza Sangria | How to make Virgin Rooh Afza Sangria

By Sasmita Sahoo Samanta  |  6th May 2018  |  
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  • Virgin Rooh Afza Sangria, How to make Virgin Rooh Afza Sangria
Virgin Rooh Afza Sangriaby Sasmita Sahoo Samanta
  • Prep Time

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  • Serves

    2

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About Virgin Rooh Afza Sangria Recipe

Sangria is an alcoholic beverage of Portuguese and Spanish origin. A punch, the sangria traditionally consists of red wine and chopped fruit, often with other ingredients such as orange juice or brandy. Sangria recipes vary widely with many different ingredients. Traditional recipes feature red wine mixed with fruits such as pineapple, peaches, berries, apples, pears, melon, nectarines and sweetened with sugar, orange juice. But I have come up with a non-alcoholic version of sangria. Instead of red wine, I have used Rooh Afza. Rooh Afza is a non-alcoholic natural concentrated squash cum refreshing syrup which is much popular in middle–east. In addition to Rooh Afza, I have added some orange juice too. Some black grape juice can also be included, but instead of juice I added black grapes as a whole along with some chopped apple, orange, lemon, peach and blueberry. The fruits used can be varied. This refreshing drink anyone can serve right away after preparing, but it is always going to give a better taste if the sangria is allowed to be in refrigerator overnight for the flavors mellow all-together. This non-alcoholic beverage is totally naturally sweetened, means no added sugar. Also any age group will love this virgin beverage.

Virgin Rooh Afza Sangria

Ingredients to make Virgin Rooh Afza Sangria

  • Rooh Afza ½ cup
  • Orange juice ½ cup
  • apple 1 number
  • Orange 1 number
  • Black grape 6 to 7 number
  • Blue berry 14 to 15 number
  • lemon 1 number
  • Chilled water 2 cup
  • mint leaf For garnishing

How to make Virgin Rooh Afza Sangria

  1. First wash and clean all the fruits well.
  2. Then chop the fruits and put all the fruit chunks in a large pitcher.
  3. Using a muddler or wooden spoon smash everything a little in order to release some of the juices from the fruit chunks.
  4. Next pour the orange juice and rose syrup into the pitcher. Stir well for 1 to 2 minutes.
  5. Finally add chilled water and again mix everything well.
  6. Put in refrigerator for at least 2 hours or overnight.
  7. At the time of serving just pour the roohafza sangria over serving glass and serve !

My Tip:

Here I have not added any sugar, sweetness of this sangria is perfect for me which comes from the Rooh Afza and the fruits. But still if you need more sweetness, then add any other ripe fruit. Addition of fruits can be varried, but always prefer to choose the ripe ones to get the natural sweetness. In place of Rooh Afza, rose syrup can be opted.

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Shelly Sharma6 months ago

Really want to try this.
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