Fancy Fresh Watermelon F-Rosé Summer Cocktail

How-To Prepare Fresh Watermelon F-Rosé:



  1. Place your Rosé in the freezer to begin to chill
  2. Cut each mini-watermelon in half, and set them out in front of you.
  3. Using a metal spoon or another utensil (I used a Rice Scoop, which worked really well!) gut out your watermelon, and place your watermelon guts into a large mixing bowl or another large dish.
  4. Once you’ve got your watermelon all cleaned out, and you are satisfied with how they appear & how much of the bulk you’ve been able to get, set your emptied-out melons to the side.
  5. In the bowl or dish that is now holding all of your fresh watermelon, use a large spoon, fork, whisk, potato masher or whatever works in order to smash your watermelon down as much as you can. The ideal texture is that of a corner-store Slushie– the more you can mash down the melon and create the slushie texture, the less time your cocktails will need to sit in the freezer.
  6. Now, once you’re satisfied with your watermelon slush, scoop it back into the emptied watermelon bowls, evenly.
  7. Pop open that Rosé, and evenly distribute it between each melon half.
  8. At this time, consider adding any Sugar or any other ingredients you may like. If you’d like your cocktail to be a little less strong, you can easily cut the Rosé with lemonade or another citrus juice.
  9. Lightly stir your drink concoction, and then cover each one with cellophane and place in the freezer. They should be completely chilled & ready within an hour!
  10. Lean back, sip, and breathe– responsibly.

Thanks for reading! Happy Summer!

~ Jessica G.

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