Spicy Blackberry Sangria

Spicy Blackberry Sangria

As I mentioned in my Mabon post, Blackberries and wine are essential elements for this celebration. I like to serve this with a simple cheese, fruit, and bread platter. This beverage is also very nice to serve through out the Autumn and Winter seasons.

Serves 6

Spicy Blackberry Sangria

You will love to sip and share this beverage. I make this sangria during Mabon and have it around up until Samhain. You can control the spice of this beverage with how much of the pepper up put in. On a chilly autumn night this is a great beverage for warming you completely.

15Prep Time

120Cook Time

135Total Time

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  • 1 bottle Blackberry Wine
  • 2C Blackberries, ½ juiced, ½ whole
  • 2C Black Grapes, ½ juiced, ½ sliced in half
  • 4 Black Plums, 3 juices, and 1 cut into 8 wedges
  • ½ C Brandy
  • 1 Fresh Whole Cayenne Pepper, trimmed
  • ½ tsp Cayenne pepper, Dry (optional)


  1. This drink is suitable for all your Autumn gatherings. I keep a bottle in my fridge for when ever I'm invited to a dinner party, or when I need something to warm me on an especially cold day.
  2. © 2014, The Magick Kitchen


Calories: 1028.9729955056 cal

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