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Say goodbye to winter and embrace spring/summer with a glass of this seriously refreshing citrus rosé sangria! Make a pitcher of this light and sweet sangria today.
If you’re not rimming your glasses with sugar, are you even drinking sangria?!
At least, that’s how I feel about this citrus rosé sangria recipe. This pink drink is a little bit girly and a whole lot of fun! As Cody Rigsby says — fun and flirty!
Spring and summer are the best times to whip out all of the refreshing cocktail recipes.
I mean, is there really anything more satisfying than a cool glass of sangria after a long, hot day?
Or even sitting poolside. Oh I am so dreaming and wishing for warmer weather right now!!
If you love zesty citrus flavors and rosé wine, you’re seriously going to be obsessed with this easy cocktail recipe!
It’s made with ingredients like fresh citrus, a whole bottle of rosé, and a splash of gin, making it a personal favorite of mine.
Next time you’re hosting a girl’s night or a summertime party, make sure your offer this citrus rosé sangria. It’ll be a huge hit every time!
Ingredients for citrus rosé sangria
- Rosé wine – For extra bubbles, try using a sparkling rosé.
- Sugar – This is a necessary ingredient to make sure all of the citrus isn’t too overwhelming! You’ll also want to have some for rimming the glasses.
- Gin – The rule of thumb with buying an liquor is simple – while it doesn’t need to be top shelf, avoid getting the super cheap stuff.
- Seltzer soda water – This will provide a fun amount of bubbles!
Variations to try
This cocktail is pretty classic and delicious as it is. However, if you want to have some fun with it and get creative, here are some delicious ideas!
- Toss in some raspberries, strawberries, or blackberries! Berries are always freshest and juiciest during the summertime, and they’d be perfect alongside all the citrus in this recipe.
- To make this drink even stronger, add an extra shot or two of gin to the pitcher. Just be cautious, as gin is a powerful flavor that can take over pretty quickly. Sneaky, sneaky!
- If you really want to skip the sugar, try a natural sweetener like honey instead. About half a cup of honey should do the trick! Make sure to stir it well.
Here are some more delicious drinks to serve at your next pool party!
Citrus Rosé Sangria
- 1 bottle rosé wine
- ½ cup granulated sugar
- ¾ cup gin
- 1 lime, sliced
- 2 lemons, sliced
- 1 orange, sliced
- 2 ½ cups seltzer soda water
- Sugar for rimming the glass
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- In a pitcher combine the wine, sugar, gin and sliced fruits. Refrigerate for 2 hours so the fruits can release their natural oils in the sangria.
- When you are ready to serve it add the ice and soda.
- Rub a slice of orange in the border of a glass and dip in sugar until all the borders evenly coated.
- Pour the sangria into the glasses and serve.
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Thursday 18th of March 2021