Hi! It’s Aniko from Place of My Taste and I’m so excited to share this fabulous Rosé Spritzer recipe with you – it might be my favorite summer drink!
Alright- so “Rosé” is pronounced “row-zay,” – so fancy, right? I’m happy to share this super refreshing Rosé Spritzer with you… and have a sip myself. 🙂 I love nothing more than refreshing drinks in the summer months. I have a list of non-alcoholic drinks HERE, but I also like me some drinks with a little boost sometimes!
A few things worth mentioning for this fabulous Rosé Spritzer recipe:
You could totally make this a bit stronger and sweeter by adding a fruit liqueur like peach schnapps or Chambord. So, that may be worth a try depending on your company and tolerance. You could also switch the grenadine out for cherry juice is that’s more to your liking. I used a plain seltzer, but you could jazz it up a bit more by adding a lemon-lime or raspberry flavored one if you so desire.
I pretty much use what I have on hand unless I am trying to recreate a recipe I find elsewhere- but even then I think it’s nice to improvise. Sometimes when you switch things out, they turn out even better! So don’t be scared to make a swap or two in a recipe.Print
Delicious, refreshing, mild and right for the summer!
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Cook Time: 5 minutes
- Total Time: 10 minutes
- 1 bottle Rosé
- 6 oz. Grenadine (more if desired)
- 1 lemon
- 1 medium-sized cucumber
- 10 ounces seltzer water
- 1/2 cup raspberries (optional)
- 32-ounce pitcher 3/4 full of ice
- Slice the cucumber and lemons thin and pretty to go into your pitcher or glasses.
- Add grenadine to the pitcher.
- Put all the sliced fruit and raspberries into the pitcher.
- Pour the entire bottle of Rosé into the pitcher.
- Add the seltzer water to fill the remainder of the pitcher.
- Stir, serve, and enjoy!
And here is a quick video on how to make this delish Rosé Spritzer!
I have made a few other cocktails I am always reminded of at this time of year. Truly- nothing makes my taste buds sing like my Strawberry Margarita!
And here is a thirst-quenching party idea with a Peach Moscato Punch Recipe.
So, there you have it! Some refreshing drinks to get into the spirit of summer- which it looks like already arrived here in Virginia! 🙂
Be sure to hop over and check out my creations over at Place of My Taste!