I feel like I've been a bit of a one-trick pony with my cocktail concoctions as of late. I've been all about the mason jars, bubbles (can't get enough of my Prosecco), infused ice-cubes, colorful chevron straws, and freshly sliced or muddled fruit. Seriously though, what more could one want during the balmy, hot, sizzling summer season? I aim to please.
This evening, I'm turning to a classic bottle of bubbly for my Saturday Sips feature: Santa Margherita's sparkling Italian wine. It has a clean, pleasantly fruity bouquet that's reminiscent of rennet apples and peachy blossoms. (Seriously, take a whiff and a swig. It's nice, right?!) Well-rounded, balanced, and crisp straight from the fridge into my glass, it's a reliable (and price-friendly) option. But instead of drinking it the traditional way this time around, I decided to try freezing it into cubes. (I've been seeing frosé recipes all over the Internet, so I figured why not try making "Frosecco?")
The verdict: Success! I froze two cubes of Frosecco with strawberries, two with blueberries, and two with a little bit of OJ. The cubes don't freeze totally solid, but that's not a problem. You can pour more Prosecco over your cubes or easily mash it up into a glass as a slushy grownup treat--a palette cleanser, if you will. Delish!
This easy party-pleasing recipe makes for one delightfully refreshing drink. And if you enjoy your mimosas like this mama does, you will absolutely love this icy cold cocktail. Enjoy... Happy Saturday, friends.
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