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My Roseberry Mocktail is a delicious way to enjoy a special beverage without the booze. It’s simple, beautiful, refreshing, and delicious.
Rose Petal Ice Cubes
What helps make this drink so gorgeous is the rose petal ice cubes. If you’re hesitant to use rose petals in your drinks, don’t be. They add a very light flavor and aroma to your mocktail if you use the right petal. I like these from Suncore Foods, and the flavor is never strong or overpowering. I recommend replacing half of your normal cube amount with rose petal cubes, so your drink doesn’t become a rose salad when the cubes melt.
I like to use freshly sliced strawberries in this mocktail, but feel free to mix up your berries if you’d like. Frozen raspberries are also delicious with this, and a fresh thin slice of lemon will add a touch of citrus.
Rose Flavored Soda
The brand Poppi makes a delicious raspberry rose flavored prebiotic soda, and that’s what I’m using in this mocktail. This isn’t a paid sponsorship, by the way, I just genuinely love the product. Some other options you could try are rose lemonade or a strawberry rose calm drink.
If you’re hosting a party or just want something fancy, this mocktail has a beautiful presentation. It’s great for plenty of occasions, such as:
- self-care Sunday
- holiday parties
- baby showers
- bridal showers
- Mother’s Day
- ladies night
- mocktail parties
- cocktail parties
- at-home spa days
- dinner parties
- in the bath
- tea parties
- just because you deserve something pretty and delicious!
- 12 oz raspberry rose soda
- 2 fresh strawberries stemmed and halved
- rose petal ice cubes
- fresh mint sprig and strawberry for garnish
- Add your ice cubes and strawberries to a large glass. If you'd prefer you can add your strawberries first, muddle the berries, then add your ice.
- Gently pour your soda in to the glass.
- Give it a gentle stir, then add your mint sprig. Cut a small slice in a strawberry and use it to slide the berry on to your glass for garnish.
Did you make this Roseberry Mocktail?
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