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Summer Botanical Cocktails: Rosé Slushy

School’s officially out for summer so… Rosé All Day! This Rosé Slushy is our new favorite sunny day cocktail.

You had me at Rosé!  As the summer starts heating up, I start day-dreaming about this perfectly blushy refreshment – and now there are so many ways to turn it into that perfect summertime treat!  Like, say, um, a slushy?!  This weeks summer botanical cocktail is the perfect combo of ICEE nostalgia and our favorite sunny day beverage, and it’s coming your way straight from our besties over at Style Me Pretty Living. So, here we go, friends… Let’s get our ‘rosé all day’ on!

Photos by: Erin McGinn

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Here’s what you need…

Bottle of Rosé
4 oz Belvoir Elderflower & Rose Lemonade
Ice Cubes
Sprig of Lavender

And here are the magical steps…
1 – Freeze bottle of rosé in ice cube trays (overnight).
2 – Combine frozen rosé, Belvoir Elderflower Rose Lemonade and a handful of ice cubes in a blender.
3 – Blend until all ice cubes have been crushed and when it’s at your desired consistency
4 – Serve in a cute coupe with a sprig of lavender.

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So delicious, right?! Be sure to check out the rest of our Summer Botanical Cocktail series so far, featuring Lavender Martinis and Bellini Popsicles, and stay tuned for next week’s edition!  Pretty soon you are going to have a serious summer party on your hands! Happy cocktail-ing!

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Thanks again to our BFFs over at Style Me Pretty Living for the amazing recipe, and to Emily McGinn for the perfectly pretty (and delicious looking) pics!


Toby Kassoy, was born and raised in Southern California. In her college years she went up to Eugene Oregon, where she first fell in love with floristry. Upon returning to Los Angeles, she spent 8 years working in the Entertainment industry, while all along, flowers were always tugging on her heartstrings. In 2004 she decided to leave her corporate job and open Lilla Bello, aptly named after the beautiful lilac bushes she remembers outside her kitchen window in Oregon.

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