Bittersweet grapefruit, tart pomegranate and sweet maple syrup combine to make the ultimate faux sangria. Any combo of sweet and tart juices will work, though. Try apple cider and blueberry juice or pineapple juice and cherry juice.
When choosing store-bought juice, look for 100 percent pure fruit juices with no added sugar, colors or flavors. Or, if you have a juicer, squeeze your own to avoid any unwanted additives.
In tall pitcher or large bowl, stir together grapefruit juice, pomegranate juice, maple syrup, grapefruit slices and apple slices. Refrigerate for at least 1 hour to infuse and chill, or up to 6 hours.
To serve, pour into glasses, including the whole fruit slices, and top with a splash of sparkling water.
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