Whiskey Fig Sangria

Treat yourself this holiday season to the most delicious Whiskey Fig Sangria! Perfect to share or keep in your fridge for last minute guests. Either way, it’s divine! – xoxo, LK

Hello, my loves! Lindsey here to bring you yet another fabulous sangria recipe – and if I do say so myself, this one is DELISH!

I started thinking about how to incorporate fresh figs and a bold whiskey base with a few of my favorite fall flavors like apple and cinnamon. Simple, but full of depth and flavor, this recipe is perfect for enjoying with friends and family for Thanksgiving, or you can just whip up a batch for an afternoon of football with the hubs. Cheers!Whiskey Fig Sangria


1 bottle Malbec

1/2  cup apple juice

1/2 cup bourbon whiskey (I used Jack Daniels)

1/4 cup cognac

1/2 apple, chopped

5 figs, sliced

1 plum, sliced (look for a juicy ripe one)

1/2 pear, sliced

1 tsp vanilla extract

3 cinnamon sticks (more for optional garnish)

Whiskey Fig Sangria


1.Cut up all of your fruit and drop into the bottom of a glass pitcher

2.Add a cinnamon sticks and vanilla

3.Pour the whole bottle of wine, whiskey, cognac and apple juice over the fruit and gently stir to combine.

4.Cover and chill in the refrigerator for a minimum of 2 hours.

5. When ready to serve, spoon out a few fruit slices into each glass and pour in sangria. Garnish with a cinnamon stick and enjoy!

Whiskey Fig Sangria

Photography by Taylor Lord

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    • Ben

      For the 1/4 cup of Cognac, would Grand Marnier be a suitable substitute being that it’s cognac infused with orange? Or would the orange be too overpowering with the other flavors? Planning on making this for a holiday dinner party this weekend!

      • Hey Ben – great question! We think it would be a totally acceptable substitute, but if you are looking for an excuse to taste test before the big dinner, we support that fully 😉 Let us know how it goes!