This post was originally published last year but I updated it as it’s getting warm outside so we are entering ROSÉ SEASON!
I used to do more cocktail recipes and would like to bring more of that back, as I love experimenting with fruit and booze and mixers to make something really delicious. Recently, my cousin came over for drinks so I decided to whip up something light and summery. This is perfect if you (like me) are more of a lightweight. Also, if you want something delicious and not too strong but love the idea of sitting outside with a delicious pitcher of something.
Rosé Punch Recipe:
It’s really simple. Take a bottle of rosé (I used Summer Water), and add a bunch of ice. Cut 3 peaches up into little chunks (like you are making sangria). And fill the rest of the pitcher up with seltzer (usually about a half a bottle). Let it chill in the fridge until company arrives, and then let everyone appreciate you for the effort you made (zero effort but who needs to know). You can use a large pitcher or a punch bowl.
If you don’t have fresh peaches, berries are great too… or you could even use frozen fruit (it doubles nicely as ice. I love making this with chunks of frozen mango… mmmmm!)