Frozémonade | Cocktail Party

Frozémonade

Frozémonade cocktail with rosé wine, simple syrup and lemon juice

Blended rosé wine “slushies” – now known as frosés – are our go-to chiller on a sweltering summer day.

It’s a great way to make use of a so-so rosé, but even a top-shelf brand sees its flavors muted somewhat by the addition of cold ice. That’s where the Frozémonade (from Robert Krueger at Brooklyn’s Extra Fancy) comes in – the simple addition of lemon juice injects a freshness that brightens up the underlying flavors of the rosé.

Ingredients

Instructions

Combine all ingredients in a blender, and add a cupful of ice for each serving you’re making.

Blend on high speed until smooth, and strain into a short glass. Garnish with a sprig of mint or a wedge of lemon.

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