Frosé

Hellloooo there summer months! You're so gorgeous and I'm so excited to see you!!

I am not entirely sure how or why rosé became popular and trendy a couple of years ago. Unlike LFO in the 90s, rosé seems like it's here for more than a hot second. And sooo, rosé season is now among us. This rosé is actually named Summer Water, which I think is way too perfect. On a hot day there is no better way to cool off and "hydrate" than with a frosé. I thought about making frosé a couple of times last year but never did because I figured it'd be a pain. Sometimes making iced drinks requires you to put a lot of muscle into it. I was shocked at how easy this was when I just made it. The rosé must not be able to completely freeze since it has alcohol because when I removed it from the freezer it was so easy to break and put into the blender. Try the recipe below with Summer Water from Winc. 

Winc's wine club membership is perfect for having a variety of wine's on hand. We get to try a variety of wines that we don't see in our local liquor stores. They even send a little booklet that tells you how to pair each of your wines with food, which I think is so cool! My readers are getting the opportunity to try Winc at a discount!

You can get 4 bottles of wine for $27 instead of the normal $52 that it costs. Just follow this link and enter the coupon code at checkout.

www.trywinc.com/cozycurator

Coupon Code: COZYCURATOR

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Frosé Recipe:

Ingredients: 

1 (750ml) bottle of Summer Water

1/2 cup of italian lemon soda (I got mine at Whole Foods)

Directions:

Pour the Summer Water into a Pyrex and place it in the freezer overnight. (Tip: I used two small Pyrex containers with lids so that they would fit in the freezer but you can also use ice cube trays). 

Break up the frozen rosé with a spoon. Take the pieces and place them in a blender. Add the soda and combine. Pour into glasses and enjoy!