7 Rosé Cocktail Recipes
The beginning of June means many things: the start of summer. No more wearing a jacket because it might be cold at night. Watching the Cubs defend their World Series title (OK, that one isn’t normal, but we’re still pinching ourselves). And best of all, June means it’s time for the Rosé to flow. While having a glass of chilled Rosé on its own is perfectly acceptable, sometimes it’s nice to mix it up. Here are seven of our favorite pink drinks to enjoy as the summer begins.
This pink take on a Kentucky classic is sure to be a crowd pleaser. Sprigs of mint, lemon syrup, brandy, and Rosé combine for a delicious and refreshing drink. You can find the recipe for this cocktail here.
La Rosa Paloma
To really spice things up, you have to try this Mexican-French fusion cocktail. A splash of Patrón Silver Tequila adds a kick, fresh squeezed grapefruit juice provides a pucker, and decadent strawberry syrup gives this drink a sweet finish. Just add a spritz of sparkling Rosé on top and you’ve got a winner. You can find the recipe for this cocktail here.
Rosé Whiskey Sour
This isn’t your grandma’s whiskey sour. Lemon juice, bourbon of your choice, simple syrup, and a splash of Rosé on top make this a classy and fun cocktail to savor before dinner. Or heck, it makes a nice dessert. You can find the recipe for this cocktail here.
Sangria a la Rosé
Sangria has to be on any list of fun summer drinks. This concoction goes heavy on peaches and strawberries, two seasonal fruits that are best from June through August. Add in a bottle or two of Rosé and a liqueur such as pisco and you’re guaranteed a delicious pitcher full of sangria. You can find the recipe for this cocktail here.
The best cocktails are oftentimes the simplest ones. This three-ingredient cocktail features Rosé in a starring role, with cameos by Pedro Ximenez sherry and Angostura bitters. You can find the recipe for this cocktail here.
A good summer party isn’t complete without a boozy punch bowl drink for everyone to enjoy. This is an excellent recipe to keep for your next get together. Soda water, Aperol, elderflower liqueur, raspberry liqueur, and Rosé combine for a splashy, bubbly drink that everyone will love.You can find the recipe for this cocktail here.
Any drink that has the word “summer” in it has to be fun to drink, right? This one is no exception. Gin, Aperol, lemon juice, simple syrup, white peach puree, and of course Rosé combine for an unforgettable taste of summer. You can find the recipe for this cocktail here.