Frosé recipe recipe

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serves: 6
Skill: easy
Cost: cheap
Prep: 10 min
Cooking: 2 min
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  • Frosé is the most on trend drink to serve up at parties or get-togethers. This sweet and refreshing cocktail is the most Instagram-friendly drink of the moment. Rosé wine is a popular choice to sip on alongside a light lunch, and our frosé recipe takes this experience to a whole new level. Choose a full bodied rosé wine for your frosé to get the results with the best flavour and colour. This cocktail recipe is so easy to make, but is always a great talking point for your guests. It can be prepared in advance and then blended at the last minute, making your life as a host much easier. Frosé is a grown up slushie that is perfect for long, fun evenings with friends. Frosé is a fun, impressive and enjoyable drink that is also so easy to make thanks to our foolproof recipe. Mix things up at your next party and serve up a sweet and stylish batch of frosé.


    • 750ml bottle full-bodied rosé, such as Marquesa de la Cruz Garnacha
    • 150g strawberries, hulled
    • 100g caster sugar
    • 2tbsp lemon juice
    • 6tbsp Campari
    • Mint sprigs, to garnish


    • Pour the wine into a freezer-proof container, seal and freeze for 6 hours or overnight. (It won’t freeze solid.)

    • Meanwhile, put the fruit, sugar, lemon juice and 100ml water in a pan to simmer for 2 mins.

    • Strain through a sieve, pressing the fruit with the back of the spoon, to extract the juice. Pour into an ice-cube tray and freeze for several hours or overnight.

    • To serve, pour the semi- frozen wine into the blender with the Campari and half the fruit syrup. Blitz until fairly smooth. Taste and add more of the fruit ice cubes, if you like.

    • Pour the slushy semi-frozen liquid into glasses, add a couple of mint sprigs and serve immediately.

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