This Rose Infused Apple Cider is a delightful and refreshing drink that requires only two ingredients – apple cider and rose syrup.Jump to Recipe
Rose Infused Ideas
Hello everyone – happy Monday!
I will keep it super sweet and short. First of all, we are experiencing another heat wave (grr), so my thinking processes are so slow today! Who can relate? Secondly, as one of the organizers, I am running an Instagram food challenge “Dessert Drinks” this week. I’ve already talked about this in detail, so you can check it out in this post. And I certainly hope you can join the challenge.
Today I am sharing another rose-infused cocktail. Shocking, right? Previously I shared this Rose Martini Cocktail and this Rose Gin Cocktail. Yup, this rose kick continues. In fact, I am going to be sharing a few rose ideas for the next couple of weeks, and then I’ll move on to…lavender! Shocking again, right?! I’ve been quite neglecting lavender for the last couple of years, but it’s about to change.
Rose Infused Apple Cider
All right, let’s back to this Rose Infused Apple Cider. Not rosé, but it would have been nice, too. Technically, it’s not even a recipe but just an idea on how to enjoy some apple cider. While apple cider is already delicious, why not add a little of rose syrup for the added sweetness and a subtle floral flavour? For the best result, I’d recommend using tart, dry types of cider.
Also, you can add a scoop of vanilla ice cream to make an apple cider float. How cool is that?
I hope you like this Rose Infused Apple Cider, and you will give this idea a try. If you make it, let me know in this post or send me an Instagram message or share you photos adding the hashtag #havocinthekitchen. And I hope you join this Instagram food challenge!
See you soon!
Rose Infused Apple CiderCourse: Drinks
This Rose Infused Apple Cider is a delightful and refreshing drink that requires only two ingredients – apple cider and rose syrup.
Apple cider (preferably tart and dry), well chilled
- Simply combine the apple cider with rose syrup. Try mixing 150 ml. of apple cider and 1 tsp. of rose syrup, try and adjust by adding more of the cider or syrup. Serve with ice. Enjoy!
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