How To Make A Rosé Slushie

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!

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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!

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Ingredients:

1 bottle of your favorite rosé

4 oz. of Belvoir Elderflower & Rose Lemonade

Ice cubes

Lavender sprigs, for garnish

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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

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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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