Sangria Your Last Bit of Summer Away with Pavan Liqueur

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Summer is basically over (Boo!), but Labor Day weekend gives everyone once last chance to celebrate before heading back to the rigors of everyday. In order to finish the summer off in style, Pavan Liqueur has graciously offered a number of sangria recipes (see below).

Hailing from the South of France, Pavan is the world’s first Muscat Liqueur. Pavan, which is blended with a touch of orange blossom, gets its sweetness from the muscat grape, which lowers its overall sugar level than that of other liqueurs. Pavan has been promoting themselves as “the perfect base for an elevated sangria” in that it mixes well with white spirits and citrus juices. Go ahead and try one the recipes this weekend and see how refreshing they can make it.

Pavan Rose Sangria

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1.5 cups Pavan
1 bottle Rose Champagne
Add fresh blackberries and sliced lemon.
Add 3-4 cups of ice to pitcher, stir gently and serve in iced wine glasses

Pavan Red Sangria
1.5 cups Pavan
1 bottle Dry Red Wine
Add fresh cherries, pink apples, sliced oranges, and lemon. Cover and refrigerate overnight.
Add 3-4 cups of ice to pitcher, stir gently and serve in iced wine or punch glasses.

Pavan Sparkling Sangria
1.5 cups Pavan
1 bottle Dry Champagne or Prosecco
1.5 cups Fresh grapefruit juice
Add fresh strawberries, blueberries and sliced lemon.
Add 3-4 cups of ice to pitcher, stir gently and serve
in iced wine glasses

Pavan Watermelon Sangria
1 bottle Pavan
2 cups Silver Tequila
1 cup Fresh lemon juice
5 cups Watermelon juice
Add fresh sliced lemon and orange.
Add 3-4 cups of ice to pitcher, stir gently and serve into iced wine or punch glasses with sliced lemon and orange

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