Blueberry Rose Spritz
Turn your blueberries into a puree and mix with rose wine and Aperol to make a delicious cocktail. The blueberry puree can be made in advance and stored in the fridge or freezer in ice cubes. Ready for express cocktail making all summer long.
- No blueberries? Use strawberries or raspberries instead.
- Non-Alcoholic Version? Use alcohol free rose and Crodino instead; a non-alcoholic bitter aperitif.
Prep time: 10 minutes
Cook time: 0 minute
Total time: 10 minutes
140 g Blueberries
70 ml Aperol
100 ml Rose wine
Sparkling water (to taste )
- To make the blueberry puree - Add the berries to a blender. Blend until very smooth, adding a splash of water if needed for the blender to work.
- To make the cocktail - Build 1 tbsp of blueberry puree with the aperol and rose wine in an ice-filled glass. Stir to combine, top with sparkling water to taste and enjoy.
- Bonus zero-waste step - Fill ice cube trays with any leftover puree and freeze.
- You can then pop the ice cubes into drinks throughout the summer (if they last that long).
How to store
To store the leftover puree. Pour the leftover puree into an ice cube container and freeze for up to 1 month. Use the blueberry cubes for cocktails or smoothies.