My friend appeared in my garden with a version of this from a NY bar recipe earlier this week and it’s as good as it sounds. I remade it a few times with some tweaks and it is just heavenly!
Be warned it is stronger than wine and way easier to drink!
Makes a large pitcher for about 6, depending on thirst levels!
- 1 bottle Rosé
We used the classic from Mirabeau which they kindly sent us – ticking both my rosé requirements of being pale blush pink and from Provençe:
- 600ml prosecco
- 250 ml Pink Grapefruit Liqueur
I found this on Amazon:Gabriel Boudier Pink Grapefruit Liqueur, 50 cl
- 1 Pink grapefruit, peel strips to garnish and squeeze a drop into each glass on serving
- Sprig fresh mint
- Much ice
Add the liqueur and rosé to a large jug with lots of ice and stir well together.
Pour into individual glasses and top up with a third pro secco to fill. Use the grapefruit peel to wipe round the rim of each glass and then add to drink with the mint to garnish.