The sun is shining (at last), the birds are singing, summer is approaching fast and the consumption of rosé is on the rise. This fresh and sweet beverage is ideal at this time of year and to avoid a gustatory routine, why not imagine variations of your favourite rosé cocktail? Take a few ingredients, let your imagination run wild and shake! Here is our top 5 rosé wine cocktails:
For a classic version of a cocktail without too much trouble, pour 9cl of rosé into a glass and add a base of grapefruit syrup. Your Rosé Pamp' cocktail is ready! You can also try a Champagne Rosé Pamplemousse version by replacing the rosé by pink champagne!
You must know this drink typical of Bayonne's festivals: La Jacqueline. For a more sophisticated version, pour rosé directly into a "tumbler" glass filled with ice cubes, then add sparkling water (Badoit, San Pellegrino, Vichy...) and finally a few drops of grenadine syrup. Its sweet taste is a delight for the taste buds!
This cocktail, which bears its name, is composed of rosé wine, a little raspberry cream, a few drops of limes and a hint of triple sec (Cointreau, Grand Marnier). It will be perfect for an aperitif, before you wiggle on the dance floor.
This one is quite classic and very fresh in case of high heat! Pour 5cl of rosé wine, 6cl of citrus syrup and finally 4cl of orange juice into a wine glass.
A little wonder!
If you like cognac, put some at the bottom of a glass, then add the rosé wine, Pulco orange and cane sugar syrup.
Drink slowly while admiring the view....
Have a good tasting!
Guénaëlle (Les Grappes)