This week has been so brutally cold here in Chicago that anything I can think of to give me the smallest taste of summer, I am so here for it! With that said, I wanted to share this very simple Rosé Punch recipe. This is something that would also be a hit at a Valentine or Galentine’s Day gathering!
For this recipe Fluers de Prairie Rosé was used. According to the winemakers it’s described as…”[a beverage that] evokes aromas and flavors of fresh watermelon, cherry, subtle citrus, peach, lavender and Mediterranean herbs. It is medium-bodied, fresh and elegant with a soft texture and mineral finish. Balanced and refreshing acidity.” In other words, it’s delicious and comes in a gorgeous bottle (y’all know I love a good presentation!), but feel free to use the rosé of your choice!
what you’ll need: quantities vary depending on the size of your punch bowl.
- One bottle of Rose
- 2 Cups of Grapefruit Juice
- 1 Bag of Ice
- 3 Clementines
- 2 Limes
- 2 Lemons
- 1 Fresh Mint Cluster
- Edible Blooms
directions: Mix wine, grape fruit juice, and ice in a punch bowl. Add clementine, lime, and lemon slices. To serve, garnish with mint and edible blooms.
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