Have you ever had frosé? How about a strawberry rosé cocktail? This strawberry frosé recipe is delightfully delicious and wonderfully refreshing.
Don’t you love the blending of two words? Frosé. Frozen rosé! Clever and cute!
This is a fun and tasty frosé recipe. I heard about this recipe a few years back from my friend, Sadee. Her family goes ga-ga over her frosé. So, I thought I’d try my hand at it. And boy, I’m glad I did.
What is unique about this frosé recipe?
The taste. If you served this to someone who didn’t know what was in it, it would take them a few sips to figure it out. The elusive taste is wine. That’s what I love about it. It’s subtle enough to be intriguing but familiar enough to recognize the rosé.
Can I use white wine instead of rosé?
Yes, you sure can. Just know that the taste will change because of the distinct difference between white wine and rosé. I’ve made it both ways, with sauvignon blanc and with rosé, and truthfully, I like it better with rosé.
- Rosé pairs so nicely with strawberries but you could use any berry in this cocktail
- Be sure to wash your strawberries well as they are one of the top fruits grown with heavy pesticides
- Make sure to fill your ice cube trays with rosé at least 8 hours before you need them, overnight is best
- I use a big silicone ice cube tray, but normal sized ice cube trays are okay
- You don’t need a really expensive rosé, so try it with a mid-level wine
- Use a good blender but if you don’t have a good one, you’ll just need to process it longer
- Adjust the amount of ice cubes to your taste, the more ice cubes, the thicker the cocktail will be
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How to make a frosé cocktail
The Night Before
The night before you make this cocktail, pour some rosé wine into an ice cube tray and freeze overnight.
Get your blender and once you measure out each ingredient, pour it into the blender.
Gather the ingredients – frozen rosé, strawberries, vodka and grenadine.
Wash 10 strawberries and wash them well. Cut 8 strawberries in pieces and put in the blender. Cut a slit into the bottom of the last two strawberries (for the garnish) and set them aside. (1)
Measure 4 ounces of vodka. (2)
Measure 1 ounce of Grenadine. (3)
Add 4 large frozen rosé ice cubes in the blender (8 if you are using a regular ice cube tray). (4)
This is so exciting, isn’t it? It can’t just be me that loves to craft cocktails. And drink them.
Add a few more ice cubes and blend until thick. Don’t be afraid to add more ice cubes until it reaches the right consistency.
Divide the frosé between the two glasses and stick a strawberry on the side of both glasses.
Here’s a vertical view.
And now the aerial view.
I hope you enjoyed this frose recipe!
Please leave me a comment to let me know what you think. What is your favorite wine to drink? White, red or rosé?
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Frose | Strawberry Rosé Cocktail
- 8 strawberries washed, hulled and cut up
- 4 ounces vodka
- 1 ounce grenadine
- 4 large frozen rosé cubes or 8 regular size cubes
- 6 ice cubes or more for a thicker cocktail
- 2 strawberries for garnish (cut a small slit on the bottom to place on the side of the glass)
The Night Before
- Pour rosé into an ice cube tray and freeze overnight
- Get your blender container and add the strawberries, vodka, grenadine, the frozen rosé cubes along with the ice cubes
- Cap your blender and pulse until it is nice and thick
- Pour into glasses
- Place the strawberry garnish on the side of each glass
2. Be sure to wash your strawberries well as they are one of the top fruits that have heavy pesticides
3. Make sure to fill your ice cube trays with rosé at least 8 hours before you need them, I usually freeze them the night before
4. I use a big silicone ice cube tray, but normal sized ice cube trays are okay
5. You don’t need a really expensive rosé, try it with a mid-level wine
6. Use a good blender, if you don’t have a good one, you’ll just need to process it longer
7. Adjust the amount of ice cubes to your taste, the more ice cubes, the thicker the cocktail will be
8. Slit the bottom of a few strawberries for the garnish
9. Strawberries aren’t the sweetest fruit, so don’t forget the grenadine, as you will need it for color and its sweet flavor