Add Rosé to Your Next Batch of Homemade Lemonade

Add Rosé to Your Next Batch of Homemade Lemonade

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Lauren Kodiak
Aug 7, 2015
(Image credit: Christina Lane)

Rosé and lemonade are both summertime staples. Refreshing, ice-cold, and slightly sweet, these two drinks have a lot in common, but have always stayed out of each other's way. Until now, that is.

Next time you whip up a batch of lemonade, pour a little rosé into your glass along with it. I promise they'll get along swimmingly.

This rosé lemonade is the drink equivalent of two celebrity powerhouses shacking up together all summer in the Hamptons.

For a little extra intrigue, in the form of effervescence, you could use either sparkling rosé or sparkling lemonade here. Between the tart, sweet lemonade, and the cool, crisp rosé, it doesn't get more refreshing than this — especially when served over ice.

Get the Recipe: Rosé Lemonade from Dessert for Two

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