The Two Ingredients That Will Take Your Frosé From Basic to Beyond
by Abigail Libers, June 21, 2018
Instead of strawberries (like most recipes call for), fresh grapefruit and rosemary are mixed with rosé to impart a slightly unexpected, sweet-tart flavor. The result is super pretty and super delicious. “This is one of the most beautiful drinks we've ever made for the Well Done video series,” says Ella Dove, Well+Good's video producer and strategist, who made this recipe come to life on camera. “On top of that, it's easy and refreshing for summer!”
Her recommendation after trying it first-hand: When you take the frosé out of the freezer, give it a few minutes to thaw. That way, you get the crystalized, slushie effect that makes it such a pretty cocktail. Watch how to whip it up in the 40 second video below and scroll down for the recipe.
Grapefruit rosemary frose
Prep Time10 minutes
- juice of 3 grapefruit
- pulp of 1 grapefruit
- 1 Tbsp grapefruit rind
- 1 Tbsp agave syrup
- 2 springs rosemary, chopped
- 1 bottle rose
In a bowl, combine grapefruit juice, pulp, and rind, agave, and rosemary.
Pour into a 9x13" pan. Add rose and mix well.
Place pan in freezer and freeze for four to six hours.
Using an ice cream scooper or spoon, scoop mixture into glasses. Garnish with sliced grapefruit and rosemary springs.
Snack on these cinnamon sweet potato fries or these low-sugar lemon bars while you sip.
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