Summer isn’t over yet. There’s still time to try this deliciously perfect Strawberry Rose Cocktail. Perfect for any occasion!
Summer isn’t over just yet. Even with kiddo’s heading back to school, the temperatures are still high and it’s not quite time to pull out the apple recipes and pumpkin spice recipes.
Instead pull out this incredible recipe for a Strawberry Rose Cocktail. You’ll love it! We promise!
I hope by now you have seen these Smirnoff Zero Sugar Infusions. But if you haven’t, you’re seriously missing out. Making cocktails with them is so fun and they come in three delicious varieties: Watermelon & Mint, Cucumber & Lime and Strawberry & Rose. So there is truly a flavor for everyone.
But if you want to talk about this cocktail, Strawberry Rose Cocktail is elegant, bright and extremely festive. It’s a refreshing beverage perfect for any summertime event.
This drink is a super easy adult beverages and it works perfectly for pool parties, girls night out or any other fun and festive occasion you have. But don’t just keep this for summer, you can make them all year round for any occasion.
But don’t just stop there!
Keep a bottle of Smirnoff Zero Sugar Infusions, any flavor, on hand anytime you want to create fun cocktails. The fun never ends!
In the meantime, I really think you should pick up a Strawberry & Rose Infusion and create this delicious Strawberry Rose Cocktail.
Over the summer, I will share three amazing delicious beverages with you. These beverages of course are for the adults, no kiddies allowed.
You can get June’s drink here: Cucumber Lime Agua Fresca. July’s drink here: Watermelon Mint Summer Splash and we are ending the season with this Strawberry Rose Cocktail. Are you ready? We sure hope so!
You should add this alcoholic beverage to your summertime recipes and get creative and create your own. If you are looking for more great drinks for summer, you can find more drink recipes here. Be sure and pin this to save for later. In the meantime…
Are you ready to make your own Strawberry Rose Cocktail?
Photos and Recipe used with permission from Smirnoff & Taylor Strategy