ROSY ROSE-ITO

ROSY ROSE-ITO // THE KITCHY KITCHEN

Today, most wine cocktails are split between sangria or spritzers, but there’s a world of possibility between those two. Enter the Rosé-ito, a mix of mojito flavors with rum switched out for rosé. It’s fresh, bright, and barely floral. It’s also delicious with sparkling rosé for a little fizz.

Note: The wine I used, Summer Water, can be found HERE.

ROSY ROSE-ITO // THE KITCHY KITCHEN

ROSY ROSE-ITO // THE KITCHY KITCHEN

ROSY ROSE-ITO // THE KITCHY KITCHEN

ROSY ROSE-ITO // THE KITCHY KITCHEN

INGREDIENTS

4 oz Rosé

1 tablespoon lime juice

1 tablespoon rose syrup

3 sprigs mint

DIRECTIONS

Muddle together the mint and rose syrup in the bottom of the glass. Add ice, and top with lime and rosé. Stir to combine, and garnish with mint.

5 thoughts on “ROSY ROSE-ITO

  1. Britt Ellers

    I know I am not alone when I say that rose is the harbinger of warm weather. Striped shirts, sun on your shoulders, sea salt in your hair and a few extra freckles. Rose is fun, delicious and usually inexpensive, making it the perfect patio-weather wine.

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  2. Margarito

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