Fruity and refreshing, this peach frosé is a delicious summer slushy for adults. It is slightly sweet and citrus at the same time. Besides, you taste both the rose wine and the peach, which makes it perfect for summer!
Peach Frosé Recipe
Before we dive into the proper recipe, let’s have a glance at what type of drink strawberry frosé is.
Frosé is simply a frozen rosé drink. It is a basic frozen cocktail jazzed up with the quintessential summer wine and garnished with strawberries.
This slushy drink has a pretty, tropical pink color and is typically not sweet. It tastes just like rose wine and is a happy hour favorite. If you have a sweet tooth, you can try sweetening this cocktail with some more honey.
You can also jazz up this fruity frozen wine cocktail with vodka to give it that extra kick.
When to Serve This Peach Frosé
Do you know those lazy summer days in the backyard? They are the perfect occasion to serve this refreshing and fruity frozen rose cocktail.
Are you hosting a BBQ with family and friends? Then serve this frozen wine cocktail as its lightness pairs very well with grilled food—meat and vegan!
You can also serve it with appetizers or whenever you feel like drinking something delicious. It is always a hit.
Peach Frosé ingredients and tools
You can pick these ingredients up at almost any grocery/liquor store.
Tips For Making A Delicious Peach Frosé Drink
One major thing to note when making a frosé is that it requires proper planning and preparation. This is because the rose wine needs to be kept in the freezer for at least six hours to freeze.
So if you need to shake up a quick, impromptu cocktail to serve your guests, skip this recipe.
Also, you will need a big and high-powered blender to blend all the (frozen) ingredients.
If you prefer a lighter cocktail, skip the lemon juice and add extra sugar or honey to sweeten it. There is no hard and fast rule to it, so feel free to add and remove as many ingredients as you please.
How To Make The Best Frosé Ever
First things first, choose your wine. Make sure you select a full-flavored, full-bodied, dark-colored, fruity rosé for freezing.
After freezing and blending, the wine will lose a little of its color and be a bit diluted, so you should go for something that will hold its own. The recipe below yields 4 to 6 glasses.
- In a blender, blend the peaches, rosé, honey, and lemon juice on high speed until smooth and thoroughly combined. Then pour the drink through a strainer and into a large, shallow pot.
- Freeze the mixture for at least 6 hours, but you can also leave it overnight if easier. Don’t worry, the alcohol will prevent it from freezing solid.
- Once the time has passed, blend the mixture again until slushy and divide among glasses.
- Garnish with peach slices if you want. Cheers!
Nutrition Information:Yield: 5 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 150Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 7mgCarbohydrates: 17gFiber: 2gSugar: 13gProtein: 1g