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I’m so excited to be partnering up with Master of Mixes again today to share another fun recipe with you. If you didn’t know, today is #nationaldogday and I decided to come up with a simple recipe I could make in honor of my first fur child, Rosey. Froze’ is one of my favorite warm weather cocktails. What I love about this is that you can make it with or without alcohol and not miss out on the Rose flavor.
Master of Mixes mixers are made with really high quality ingredients. You will immediately notice a difference when making cocktails with these versus the quality you may be used to from other mixers on the market.
I made this with and without the Rose’ and honestly loved it even more as a mocktail. Rose is one of my favorite flavors for lattes, cocktails, and more. I feel like you get more of the flavor without the Rose’ mixed in. That truly speaks to the quality of their products.
You’ll see the recipe above, but I truly think what makes this different and a little less, frozen is the Topo Chico. I love a little carbonation with my beverages and this makes it taste a lot lighter and refreshing than most froze’ I’ve had before.
I added in the recipe that you can blend, but I find it better just over ice rather than blended. Something else that could be fun is freezing your Rose’ in ice trays and using as ice cubes rather than traditional ice. I love this easy Froze’ recipe and think you will love it too.
I think Rosey was very happy with the result. She obviously didn’t partake, but she loves attention and having her photo taken no matter what her expression may say.