Having assumed darling status in the beverage world over the past few summers, rosé is rounding the final turn of its victory lap. It’s no longer chained to the wine glass – you can now find it in 40-ounce bottles, sparkling in cans, even frozen into slushy form (where it’s called frozé, naturally).
It was only a matter of time before rosé snuck its way into your cocktails, taking the place of Champagne or soda water. Honor Amongst Thieves is leading the trend, having concocted The Orange Lotus, a hot-weather cocktail you’ll remember for many sun-streaked summers to come.
Cool yourself off by combining 1 oz. Arancino Blood Orange Italian Liqueur with 2 oz. coconut water and 1/2 oz. tangy pineapple juice into a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake until chilly, and strain into a large coupe glass. Top the drink with sparkling rosé and an orange slice for garnish.
— Shelby Moore
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