Is there a summer beverage more refreshing than rosé? Rosé wines tend to have fruity, light flavors and taste great chilled, which makes them a popular choice during warmer months.
Whether you’re looking for a new drink to try while traveling this summer or for a recipe to enjoy at your next backyard party, your tastebuds will be delighted with these fun rosé cocktails from Hilton properties, from a Rose 75 to Frosé and more.
Take in views of Bogotá while sipping an Afrodita cocktail at Sky 15 Rooftop Bar at Hilton Bogotá. The Afrodita combines rosé, vodka, Cointreau, and blackberry syrup, and is topped with ginger ale to create a refreshing, bubbly cocktail.
- 1.5 oz vodka
- 1.5 oz rosé wine
- 0.5 oz Cointreau
- 0.5 oz blackberry syrup
- ginger ale
- crushed ice
- edible yellow flower petals and a slice of lime for garnish
- Mix the vodka, rosé wine, Cointreau and blackberry syrup in a shaker with crushed ice.
- Strain into a coupe glass.
- Gently top with ginger ale.
- Garnish with yellow flower petals and a slice of lime.
Fall in love with the Love in Petals cocktail from the chic Canvas Bar and Restaurant at Hilton Sao Paulo Morumbi. Impress your dinner party guests with this rosé cocktail featuring Disaronno, Angostura Bitters, rosé and an ice cube with a miniature edible rose inside.
- 0.4 oz Disaronno (Amaretto)
- Angostura Bitters
- rosé wine from Provence
- ice cube with miniature edible rose
- Mix Disaronno with a few dashes of Angostura Bitters.
- Top off with rosé wine.
- To finish, add an ice cube with a miniature edible rose frozen inside.
Take in the sunny skies and stunning rooftop views while cooling off with a blended Frozé from Summit, the rooftop bar at Conrad Washington DC, or make it at home with strawberry syrup, vodka, rosé and ice.
- 0.5 cup strawberry syrup
- 1 oz Absolut vodka
- 2 cups water
- 1 cup Campo Viejo rosé
- Place all ingredients in a blender with ice up to half-full.
- Blend until smooth.
- If the liquid becomes too thick to blend, add a small amount of water until it begins blending again.
Located on the second floor of Conrad New York Downtown‘s bold 15-story lobby, ATRIO Wine Bar & Restaurant serves seasonally-inspired international cuisine and beverages. The Rosé All Day cocktail features fresh and tart flavors including rosé, lemon, Absolut Fuji, St-Germain and simple syrup, and is topped off with club soda.
- 6 oz rosé wine
- 1 oz Absolut Fuji
- 0.25 oz lemon
- 0.125 oz simple syrup
- 0.25 oz St-Germain
- club soda
- fruit or edible flowers for garnish
- Build all ingredients in a wine glass with ice.
- Top with club soda.
- Garnish with fruit or edible flowers (optional).
If you’re a fan of sparkling Rosé, you’ll love the Rose 75 from the cozy Mayrose Restaurant at The Duniway Portland, a Hilton Hotel. Gin, grapefruit juice, rose bitters and sparkling rosé come together to create this delicious drink.
- 1.5 oz of London dry gin
- 0.75 oz of grapefruit juice
- 2 dashes of rose bitters
- Top with sparkling rosé
- Grapefruit peel
- Shake gin, grapefruit juice, and bitters on ice.
- Strain into a champagne glass.
- Top with sparkling rosé.
- Garnish with a grapefruit twist.
Bourbon Steak at Waldorf Astoria Monarch Beach Resort & Club is an American steakhouse that offers a one-of-a-kind whiskey and cocktail experience. The St. Lucia Bayside cocktail features rosé, vodka, simple syrup, and lemon juice and is topped off with a garnish of mixed berries.
- 2 oz Grey Goose Poire
- 0.75 oz simple syrup
- 1 oz lemon juice
- 3 oz St. Lucia rosé wine
- mixed berries
- Shake Grey Goose Poire, simple syrup, lemon juice and mixed berries in a shaker with ice.
- Strain over new ice in a wine glass.
- Top with St. Lucia rosé wine float.
- Garnish with more mixed berries.
Located on the 32nd floor of Hilton Cleveland Downtown, Bar 32 offers panoramic views of Lake Erie and downtown Cleveland, along with signature cocktails like the Bar 32 Frosé. Blend strawberry puree, strawberry- and rose-infused vodka, rosé and ice to recreate this recipe at home.
- 1 oz Smirnoff Infusions Strawberry and Rose
- 4 oz rosé wine
- 2 oz Monin Strawberry Puree
- 1.5 cups ice
- simple syrup (optional)
- strawberry for garnish
- Add ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth.
- Add more or less ice as needed.
- You can also add simple syrup to sweeten to taste.
- Garnish with a fresh strawberry.