Sparkling Fireball Apple Sangria

Sparkling Fireball Apple Sangria has all the fall flavors you love, with a kick form Fireball Whiskey! This sangria recipe is going to be a party favorite! A perfect Thanksgiving drink!

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Sparkling Fireball Apple Sangria with a cinnamon stick garnish

The Ultimate Cocktail Recipe For Thanksgiving!

We all now what it’s like hosting parties…It’s a lot of work.

The key to having a great party, in my opinion, is to get as much done as you can ahead of time so that you can actually enjoy your own party. I mean, you did all the work, you might as well enjoy it too!

Making a cocktail recipe like this Sparkling Fireball Apple Sangria is key, everything can be done ahead of time, it tastes amazing and it’s nice to look at too.

You can make this one for the kids too! Just leave out the booze and mix apple cider and seltzer together in a pitcher, you can add a splash of pomegranate juice or cranberry juice for color, too, and add in all the fruit. They’ll love it!

But for the adults, we want the booze.

This is one of those drinks that tastes so delicious you forget that the booze is in there, until after you drink a couple of glasses then it makes you remember…

How Do You Make This Sangria Recipe?

Start out by grabbing your favorite pitcher and pouring in the apple cider, apple liquor and the Fireball Whiskey. Fireball isn’t my go to choice for drinking, I have to admit. But mixing it in a sangria recipe like this one is worth grabbing the bottle.

Now get your fruit in there and top it off with sparkling apple cider or seltzer. You could use champagne, too if you want to make this cider extra boozy. Totally up to you!

Top off your Sparkling Fireball Apple Sangria with sparkling apple cider or champagne!

If you are making this sangria ahead of time, mix everything together including the fruit and then set out the seltzer or sparkling cider for topping off the glasses as people make their drinks.

That way everyone gets the bubbles, that’s one of the things I love about this sangria recipe!

glass of sparkling fireball sangria with a cinnamon stick

What Other Whiskey Can I Use For This Cocktail Recipe?

If you don’t want to use Fireball Whiskey, or maybe you don’t love the cinnamon flavor that it has, you can definitely substitute any other whiskey or bourbon that you like.

Or you can grab an apple whiskey or a caramel whiskey, both would be delicious in this sangria!

And of course straight up bourbon or whiskey will work too, it’s really just about what you prefer drinking.

Sparkling Fireball Sangria will warm you up on cold nights!

Looking For More Fun Cocktail Recipes?

Apple Cider Margarita

Apple Cider Mojito

Apple Cider Mimosas

Boozy, Apple Cider Cocktails!


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Sparkling Fireball Apple Sangria has all you favorite cold weather flavors right in a glass!

Sparkling Fireball Apple Sangria

  • Author: Dan
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 6 1x

This delicious sangria recipe is perfect for parties! all you favorite fall flavors with a kick from Fireball Whiskey!



  • 4 cups apple cider
  • 3/4 cup Fireball Whiskey
  • 1/2 cup caramel vodka
  • 1/4 cup apple liquor (such as Berentzen)
  • Sparkling apple cider, plain seltzer or prosecco for topping
  • 2 apples, washed and sliced into strips
  • 1 pomegranate, seeded
  • Cinnamon sticks and star anise for garnish


  1. Add the cider, Fireball, apple liquor and caramel vodka to a large pitcher and stir.
  2. Add the apple and pomegranate seeds and stir.
  3. Store in the refrigerator until it’s cocktail time.
  4. Right before serving top the pitcher with the sparkling cider, seltzer or prosecco (about 2 cups), stir and pour into glasses.
  5. Top each glass with some fruit from the pitcher, a cinnamon stick and a start anise.

Recipe Notes

If you’re making this sangria ahead of time, leave the sparkling cider out and top off each glass as you serve.

Nutrition information is with plain seltzer, without the fruit.

  • Category: Cocktails
  • Method: Stir
  • Cuisine: American


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