Grab the tumblers. This drink has been invented by the team over at Chateau Bauduc, with a twist – adding cranberry juice. Great for a small party on the rooftop, by the pool, at the beach. Try out our summertime rosé cocktail and let us know what you think!
Ingredients: [Servings: up to 25 loooong drinks]
· 2 bottles of Chateau Bauduc Rose 2010
· 16oz Cranberry juice
· Half a gallon of Canada Dry
· Lime garnish
· A squeeze of fresh lime juice
· Slug of vodka (optional)
Keep the mix cold and slice up 3 limes into wedges. When guests arrive, put ice into some tall tumblers and half-fill with the Rosé mixture. Then fill each glass completely with Canada Dry (you’ll need about half a gallon in all). Garnish with fresh mint leaves if possible, and squeeze a small lime wedge over each glass and drop it in.
[photo courtesy: The Bubbly Girl]