Great Hen Party Cocktails- National Wine Day Celebration
Happy Thirsty Thursday everyone! This week we thought we’d channel our inner wine critic in honour of National Wine Day (taking place tomorrow- 25th May- get excited everyone!) and try and create some great hen party cocktails all inspired by wine! We’ve manage to come up with 3 delicious drinks that will keep all of your guests happy at any hen party or celebration you may be hosting over the summer. Why not get one of our hunky Naked Butlers to host the event so you can put your feet up and enjoy these delicious drinks!
Hen Party Cocktails Number 1- Frosé (serves 4)
- 150g Frozen Strawberries
- 175ml Rum
- 120ml Lime juice
- 50g Sugar
- 1 bottle of Rosé, frozen
- Strawberries to serve
- Add the frozen strawberries, lime juice, rum and sugar and frozen rosé to a blender and blend until fully mixed. (You may have to do this in two batches)
- Divide into glasses, garnish with a strawberry and enjoy!
Tip: Allow at least 6 hours for the rosé to freeze, and for best results leave to freeze overnight.
Hen Party Cocktails Number 2- Peach Rosito (serves 4)
- 2 peaches, 1 pitted and finely chopped, 1 thinly sliced
- 45g Fresh mint, plus extra for garnish
- 100g Sugar
- 60ml Lime Juice
- 120ml White Rum
- 1 bottle of Rosé
- Add the finely chopped peach, mint, sugar and lime juice to a pitcher.
- Gently muddle this mixture with the back of a spoon or with a cocktail muddler until the sugar has dissolved.
- Add the rum and then the rose to the pitcher. Give everything a mix.
- Add ice to each serving glass, then pour the mixture over the top.
- Garnish each glass with a slice of peach and a sprig of mint.
Hen Party Cocktails Number 3- Rosarita (serves 4+)
- 235ml Tequila
- 235ml Lime Juice
- 120ml Simple syrup
- 1 bottle of Rosé
- Lime to decorate
- Salt to serve
- Add the tequila, lime juice, simple syrup and rosé to a pitcher and give it a stir.
- Pour the salt onto a plate and wet the rim of the serving glasses, then dip the glass into the salt.
- Pour the mixture into the salted glasses, add ice if desired, and serve with a lime wedge.