Friday, 4 August 2017

Let's Drink Frosés! | Everyday in August (4)

 
 ~ Let's Drink Frosés ~

I've had it in my head for quite a while now. The fact that I NEED to make Frosés - probably says a lot about me really doesn't it, the fact I haven't stopped thinking about making some for of alcoholic cocktail, I just love me some rosé!  As I'm now off for the Summer, making Frosés at 4pm yesterday (a Wednesday haha) seems completely fine - primetime drinking would you say?! So, I reached for the Barefoot (there isn't any better wine brand in my opinion), cut up a few strawberries and despite them not being extremely ~frozen~ as the name suggests (I ran out of ice) the end result was pretty darn nice!

 You will need:
 
1/2 a bottle of Rosé
1 Lime
A handful of Strawberries
2 (big) tablespoons of White Sugar
Ice
& A Blender.
 
Now, as I said I didn't really use enough ice. Although this really didn't effect the overall result as they were still incredibly cold and tasty, they just need that bit more. So, before starting, I'd make sure you have enough ice so your blender is near enough 3/4 full of ice. 
 
After this, fill you blender with half a bottle of Rosé and squeeze all the juice out of 1 whole lime.
 
Cut up the strawberries into quarters and add into the blender - the measurements of these entirely depend on preference, if you only want a little so to not distract away the rose taste, only add a few. But for me I added a generous handful and it ended up so tasty.
 
After this I made a quick sugar syrup so to add to the mix. To do this, grab a cup, add 2 large tablespoons of white sugar, add boiling water (only enough so it reaches the top of surface of the sugar) and place in the microwave for 20 seconds. Add to the mix in the blender.
 
Finally - blend all together until smooth!
 
There we have it, Frosés. Once I had made them, it was 5pm and so completely acceptable to drink! Me and my mum had one each, she agreed they were very tasty - so good feedback all round.
 
Cheers!
 
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  1. Ohh, I've never heard of these before but they sound and look amazing. Thanks for sharing your recipe. Can't wait to try one out! :)
    Emma xx
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    1. No worries, hope you try them one day because they are serious so nice! X

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