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Friday Night Cocktail

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The sun may be playing hard-to-get, but you can still get your bank holiday weekend going with a zing by mixing up this fruity and refreshing Caribbean Sangria.

Easy to make and deliciously invigorating, its tangy fusion of orange, cranberry and Caribbean rum is guaranteed to brighten up any dull day.

Enjoy!

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INGREDIENTS (SERVES 4)

125ml Malibu Coconut Rum

350ml Cranberry Juice

350ml Pineapple Juice

250ml Jacob's Creek sparking white wine

1 Orange, cut

½ Lemon, cut

1 Mint Sprig

All ingredients are available from Ocado

METHOD

1. Fill a pitcher with some ice about 1/3 of the way full.

2. Add 125ml of Malibu Rum then equal parts of cranberry juice and pineapple juice.

3. Top this up with Jacob's Creek sparkling white wine.

4. Finish with some orange and lemon slices and a few sprigs of mint.

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