Cocktail Hour: Rosé Spritz Recipe

Cocktail Hour: Rosé Spritz Recipe - Female Original

Another day another cocktail recipe to try out at home. This time I’m sharing a lovely light, refreshing spritz that’s perfect for sunny day sipping..a rosé spritz. I found the inspiration for this recipe over on Taste of Home from their ‘Swedish Rose Spritz’ recipe and knew I had to try it for myself. As always, however, I’ve put my own twist on the recipe! This post includes an item that was gifted to me (marked with an asterisk). All opinions are of course my own.

Cocktail Hour: Rosé Spritz Recipe - Female Original

The Rosé Spritz

My discovery of the rosé spritz came about after I cracked open a bottle of one of my new favourite rosés on a sunny Friday evening to share with my family (a ‘Wine Wednesday‘ feature for it is currently pending!). When it came to Sunday I suddenly realised that I had around a third of the bottle left in the fridge still to drink. As much as I love the rosé as it is, it’s always fun to try something new. So I did a little search online for rosé cocktails and stumbled upon a ‘Swedish Rose Spritz’. A quick browse through the recipe and I was completely sold. It sounded like the ultimate Sunday afternoon drink and I couldn’t wait to try it!

Cocktail Hour: Rosé Spritz Recipe - Female Original


75ml dry rosé wine

25ml elderflower liqueur (I use st germain)

100ml lemonade/lemon carbonated water (I use 7UP free)

Slice of lemon (I use Nim’s Infusions* lemon slices)

Plenty of ice

Cocktail Hour: Rosé Spritz Recipe - Female Original

The Rosé Spritz: Elevating Your Spritz Garnish

When it comes to cocktails, the fruit that we use to garnish our drinks can so often be overlooked. It’s so easy to just miss the garnish out altogether or throw in a slice of old lemon that’s looking a bit worse for wear. But the garnish is so important for bringing your drink together. If, like me, you love a good sliced fruit garnish in your drinks (whether it be an alcoholic or alcohol free one) then you might be familiar with the struggle of having half used lemons and limes sat on your countertop whenever you make a few drinks.

The number of times that I’ve made a batch of cocktails, garnished them all with a slice of fruit, only used half of the fruit and had the other half sat there for a week (before its inevitable chuck into the bin) is insane. But thankfully I’ve recently been introduced to Nim’s Infusions.

Cocktail Hour: Rosé Spritz Recipe - Female Original

Nim’s Infusions*

The ‘Infusions’ are the latest range from air-dried fruit crisp producer, Nim’s. Similarly to the crisps, Nim’s Infusions are air-dried but they’re exclusively dried citrus fruits instead. In the range they’ve got dried lemon, lime, orange, grapefruit and even kumquat, and all of them come in a resealable pouch with a shelf life of up to 9 months. Just pop one or two slices into any drink for a fruity twist and minimal fruit waste!

NOTE: Rather than finishing the spritz with a slice of fruit you’ll want to add the Nim’s Infusions slices in FIRST. This gives them a bit of time to rehydrate and release some of their delicious fruity flavours.

Cocktail Hour: Rosé Spritz Recipe - Female Original


Fill three-quarters of your glass with ice (I normally go for a stemless wine glass)

Add your slice of Nim’s Infusions dried lemon

Pour in the rosé and elderflower liqueur

Top up with 7UP (or lemonade)

Serve and enjoy!

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Have you tried a Rosé Spritz before? Or any type of wine spritz for that matter. What’re your thoughts on it? Let me know in the comments. If you enjoyed reading this recipe then go ahead and give it a share on social media (via the yellow tab on the right).

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Something else you might like: Cocktail Hour: St Germain Spritz.

58 thoughts on “Cocktail Hour: Rosé Spritz Recipe

  1. This sounds absolutely delicious, I bet it is really refreshing as well. I do love a good cocktail but I hardly ever make them at home. I love anything elderflower so wil be sure to try this out x

  2. I really like a wine spritzer and I’m also a Gin & Tonic gal so I’m sure these fruit Infusions will work in a lovely G&T! Thank you for sharing 🙂

  3. “Another day another cocktail recipe” is such a mood haha. This drink sounds good and easy to make! I would have never thought to add air dried fruit. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Hahaha honestly it’s my lockdown motto at this point. It’s such a great summery drink and it’s so easy to make! x

  4. This literally looks like the perfect drink for summer! Could picture myself sat on a hammock in the garden on a summer evening sipping away!

    Bec x

  5. This looks like an awesome drink to try! I love the inclusion of elderflower liqueur and the infusion dried lemons sound fascinating! I have never used anything remotely like it, but I love how flavorful they sound. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Elderflower liqueur is probably one of my favourite ingredients to add to a cocktail. It’s got a sweetness about it but it’s not sickly at all, it’s actually really light! x

  6. Okay, I need to purchase like a million of these Nim’s Infusions products because they’re genius for cocktails such as this one! What a great concept. I’m so glad you shared this. The perfect thing to add to my bar cart.

  7. This looks and sounds so refreshing!! Just earlier I was craving a really summery, light, tasty drink, so even though I’m still underage and couldn’t exactly enjoy this particular drink, I’m thinking I need to treat myself to something like it :’) xx

    1. It’s so lovely and refreshing. Haha one to add to the list for when you are old enough! I’m sure you could make something similar with a rose and elderflower cordial! x

  8. Hi Faye. That sounds like a refreshing way to help cope with the wretched heat that we’ve had for the last week or so. And I love your photos – what camera do you use?

    1. It’s a great Summer drink! I just use my phone camera (Samsung S9) and then edit with Photoshop 🙂

  9. Well this sounds really nice, especially for a warm summers day, fingers crossed we still have a few left. This looks really nice and refreshing! Thank you for sharing x

  10. Yummm! I love cocktails. I haven’t had a rose spritz for a long time. Love that you added a slice of dried citrus as well. I always found those being a gamechanger for cocktails and whiskey. Thanks for sharing this mix. I need to give it a try!

    Nancy ✨

  11. This sounds absolutely delicious! Perfect for a hot summer afternoon. I’m not the biggest aperol fan in the world and this sounds like such a nice alternative. I’m not sure if I’ve ever had rose in a cocktail before and I’m starting to question why because this sounds amazing x


    1. I have no clue why I hadn’t tried rosé in a cocktail before either! It’s honestly so good and super light as well 🙂 x

  12. I love that you put your own spin on this! I’m always trying to mix up recipes for drinks and foods (although, admittedly, I’m not very good at it haha). Thanks for sharing your recipe!

    1. I love mixing up recipes as well! We all have different tastes so I think it’s good to switch it up to make a recipe more to your taste 🙂

    1. It’s such a lovely drink! You could probably make a non-alcoholic version of it really easily as well x

    1. It’s such a lovely drink! The infusions were such a game changer for me, they really elevate a drink 🙂

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