Summer may be over (although the weather might argue differently) but this chilly pink beverage can be enjoyed at any time of the year or day for that matter..here's how to make it from the safety of your own home.
First things first, it's pronounced fro-ZAY. (Rhymes with okay, but it's more than just okay, you'll see.)
Next, I'll bet you're guessing what exactly a frosé is. Well, you may as well ask: 'what is summer?' because a frozen rosé slushie is a summer essential. Or, at least, it was the official drink of summer last year. And since the trend first stormed the warm-weather sipping scene way back in 2016, it doesn't appear to have lost much (or any) traction for all ensuing seasons.
Summer is on officially here (although the weather might argue differently) and this chilly pink beverage is everywhere — mostly back gardens because y'know, social distancing, stay at home, etc. but more importantly, shots of these frosted glasses, complete with flower petals and pastel paper straws, are plastered across our Instagram feeds (#frosé).
So, because you can't go to your favourite rooftop bar (at least, not yet) to enjoy a nice, cold frosé, our friends over at Food & Wine hit up the experts over at Ruffino Wines to discover what it takes to whip up the delicious beverage at home.
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The boozy drink is made by mixing a bottle of fruity rosé wine with lemon juice and sugar in a blender and then freezing overnight. You can also add things like fruit, ice and other spirits such as Limoncello or Grand Marnier liqueur or even prosecco to mix up the flavour to suit your taste – enjoy!
easy frosé recipe
- 5 parts Rosé
- ¾ parts lemon juice
- 1 part sugar
- 5-6 raspberries
- 1 cup ice
- Blend all ingredients in a blender. Pour into a coupe and garnish with a fresh raspberry skewer!
Top tip: If you want to jazz up your frosé, swap out the wine for sparkling rosé or prosecco.
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