Frosé (Frozen Rosé) Cocktail

Frosé (Frozen Rosé) Cocktail

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Adjust Servings:
750ml (1 bottle) Rosé Wine
2 cups Crushed Ice
2 cups Frozen Starwberries
1 (juiced) Lemon
Honey Syrup (optional)
0.3 cup Honey
0.3 cup Hot Water

Frosé (Frozen Rosé) Cocktail

  • 5 Minutes
  • Serves 4
  • Easy


  • Honey Syrup (optional)



Refreshing and pink frozen rosé aka frosé cocktail!

I believe the frosé was invented at Bar Primi in New York City in 2016 and its name being contracted from “frozen wine”.

Frosé has become insanely popular since as a summer drink across the US.

Could it have taken the number one spot from the infamous Aperol Spritz?

There are so many variations made including the use of frozen watermelon and mango!

The original frosé does contain vodka but I prefer to skip the hard alcohol.

The frosé cocktail light summer cocktail is easy to drink and nice and frosty to cool you down!

The staff at Bar Primi use a slughi machine to make their frosé but since most of us own a blender, it gives the same result!

To make this drink, just add the ingredients to the blender and it comes together in minutes.

With just 4 ingredients and less than 5 minutes, it’s one of those cocktails that is almost too easy to make yourself!

Use your favorite rosé wine for this drink and sweetened to your liking.

I recommend using a fruity and sweet rosé.

Since ice is added, it will dilute the flavor of the wine a bit. Using a darker and sweeter rosé will work best.

For added sweetness, I like to add a bit of honey syrup to my frosé but you can skip this step or add even more if you have a sweet tooth!

During the summer, this easy cocktail recipe will be all over your Instagram feed!

Join the trend, snap a photo and tag me on Instagram!






Make The Honey Syrup

Depending on how your sweet your rosé wine is, you make want to make the frosé a little sweeteer by adding honey syrup.

Combine equals parts (1/3 cup) of honey and hot water and swirl until the honey is fully dissolved.

You can also combine honey and cold water then heat in the microwave for 10 seconds.


Get Your Blender

To a high-speed blender, add 2 cups crushed ice, 2 cups frozen strawberries, the juice of 1 lemon, the honey syrup and 1 bottle of rosé wine.

Blend until smooth.



You can drink the frosé immediately or store it in the freezer for a few hours then re-blend for an extra frosty frosé!


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