What Kind Of Matcha Should I Use?
We used our Barista Edition Matcha in this recipe for a gorgeous bright green color and robust matcha flavor. Our Teahouse Edition Matcha would also be a great substitute!
What Kind Of Fruit Should I Use?
We chose a combination of seasonal fruits like pomegranate seeds, apples, cranberries, and oranges. But feel free to swap out different fruits or add more that you love! Blood oranges, grapes, or even peaches or plums would be a fun addition to this matcha sangria.
What Kind Of Wine For Sangria?
There’s no need to use your best most expensive bottle of white or prosecco, but do choose something you would enjoy drinking by the glass. A dry white such as Sauvignon Blanc or Pinot Grigio works best for this recipe.
What Garnishes Should I Use?
Make fun festive ice cubes with cranberries and rosemary, cut your apples into star shapes, or roll a rosemary sprig in sugar for a winter-y frosted look! And don’t forget to add a few orange slices to your glass for a beautiful presentation.
- 2 oranges, sliced, plus more for garnish
- 2 apples, sliced
- ½ cup pomegranate seeds
- ½ cup cranberries
- 3 ounces orange liquor
- 1 cup white cranberry juice or white grape juice
- 1 bottle dry white wine
- ½ cup warm water
- 2 tsp matcha, sifted
- 1 bottle prosecco
- Rosemary, for garnish
- To a pitcher, add fruit, orange liquor, juice, and white wine.
- Combine water and matcha using an electric whisk or bamboo whisk. Pour matcha shot into pitcher. Stir to combine. Taste and adjust to your liking (add sugar, more fruit, etc.)
- To a glass, add ice, pomegranate seeds, and orange slices; pour sangria into glass, about ¾ of the way full. Top with a generous splash of prosecco; garnish with rosemary sprig and extra fruit. Enjoy!