Using three very simple ingredients, you can make this rosé, sorbet and gin cocktail! Perfect for light and refreshing summer cocktail or even dessert!
Have you ever had rosé, sorbet, and gin before?! You must, if you haven’t… because it’s pretty fantastic!
We made a raspberry sorbet, then topped it with some rosé and a dash of gin, which gave it the perfect tiny kick!!
Also, to make this even easier you can buy raspberry sorbet from the store! When buying storebought, I try to get high-quality brands with quality ingredients.
It’s a strong cocktail and the first sip is like, whoa! But then, it smooths out and is incredibly tasty. It feels refreshing to your palate and a unique idea for a boozy summer dessert.
Furthermore, it’s an excellent sipping cocktail with a great presentation.
Also, great for entertaining, since you can make the sorbet before, then pop open a bottle of rosé and add a dash of gin! No mixing, stirring or juicing required!
I picked up a bottle of 50 Fathoms handcrafted gin, made along the shores of the Inside Passage in Alaska. Her
We heard so many good reviews about the gin and it was no surprise that it won a double gold medal at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition!
We were pretty much not leaving Alaska without a bottle! I’ve been holding off using too much since the bottle alone is so beautiful, and I don’t even know where I can buy it around here.
Hendricks and Bombay are also good gins to use with this as well as any small-batch, handcrafted gins.
For the rosé, any affordable bottle will be just fine. When making cocktails with wine you don’t need to use expensive bottles!
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Rose, sorbet and gin cocktail
- 2 small scoops of raspberry sorbet
- 1/2 cup rosé
- 1 teaspoon gin
- Serving in a small glass, pour the gin and rose over the sorbet, enjoy!