How To Make A Rosé Slushie
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Are you ready for your new summer cocktail? It’s a slushie…with rosé! Recently, it’s all I’ve been hearing about—so I had to try. And, let me tell you…it’s literally heaven in a glass. Picture the refreshing icy texture of your favorite childhood slush mixed with your favorite bottle of rosé. Yes, it’s that good!

So, grab your blenders and follow this simple recipe to make a pitcher of your own. If anyone needs me, I’ll probably be poolside with my slush in hand. Cheers!

Ingredients:

1 bottle of your favorite rosé

4 oz. of Belvoir Elderflower & Rose Lemonade

Ice cubes

Lavender sprigs, for garnish

Directions:

1. Pour bottle of rosé into ice trays and let freeze overnight (or 8 hours)

2. Once frozen, add rosé cubes, lemonade, and a handful of regular ice cubes into a blender

3. Blend until ice cubes are at your preferred consistency. I like mine a little icier!

4. Pour into glasses and serve immediately. Garnish with a sprig of lavender

For more slush cocktails to enjoy over summer, check out these links:

Boozy Strawberry Lemon Slushies // Strawberry Prosecco Slushie // Cilantro Sangria Slushie

 

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