Lolailo Sangria Spritzer Cocktail

by Julie Cohn

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{I was sent a bottle of Lolailo Sangria to sample, but received no monetary compensation.  My opinions are 100% my own.  Please drink responsibly.}

Are you ready for this weekend?  It’s up to you to make sure your summer starts with a bang and your weekends be as festive and carefree as possible.   Are the steaks purchased and marinating?  S’mores supplies ready to use?  Pool toys blown up and sitting by the pool?

Check, check, and check!

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Lolailo Sangria Spritzer Cocktail

One more thing you need is a great summer cocktail, to welcome all the wonder things summer means to you.  The Lolailo Sangria Spritzer Cocktail, made with Lolailo imported Spanish sangria, is the perfect summer cocktail-a blend of red wine and fruit juices, a little sweet, a little sassy, with hints of summer citrus in each mouthful.  Lolailo is chilled, so adds just the right amount of refreshment to your festivities, and the bubbly ginger beer adds a nice bite.

Lolailo Sangria Spritzer CocktailLolailo Sangria, found in both red and white, is made from grapes from Spain, with extracts of orange peel, Mediterranean cherries, and grapes.  Did you know that Lolailo Sangria was named Impact Hot Brand award winner for 2012, for being one of the fastest growing brands in the US?  Perhaps it’s because Lolailo is so delicious, or perhaps its because at $5.99 a 750 ml bottle, or $9.99 for a 1.4L bottle, Lolailo is a steal!


Do yourself a favor and buy a few bottles of Lolailo, so you can celebrate  summer all the way until Christmas!

  • 1 Bottle Lolailo Spanish Sangria
  • 1 Bottle Non-Alcoholic Ginger Beer
  • Sliced oranges, lemons, apples, and limes

Mix the Lolailo and ginger beer together in a pitcher.  Add the fruit and mix together.  Set in the refrigerator for about one hour to blend the flavors.  Serve over ice, or make your own “adult slushie” by crushing the ice, then pouring the Lolailo spritzer over the crushed ice.  Enjoy!

For more information about Lolailo sangria, visit them on Facebook and Twitter.

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