Strawberry Rose Mint Fizz – A Refreshing Summer Cooler
Summer is really here now. I know because it’s Wimbledon and it’s my birthday in a few days’ time. But not only that, it’s actually very warm and has been for a while. It’s important to remain hydrated in hot weather and having a few delicious drink recipes on hand helps. This strawberry rose mint fizz cooler recipe is ideal for the occasion.
When I’m really hot, I like to drink something that is sightly tart. I find a drop of apple cider vinegar in a glass of water works really well. More recently I’ve been using my kombucha vinegar to the same effect. It’s always nice to ring the changes though and to have something special on hand for guests or visitors. When I saw this post for raspberry and mint frosé over at Feeding Boys, it made me so thirsty, I immediately rushed off to create this strawberry rose mint fizz cooler.
My strawberry rose mint fizz isn’t alcoholic. Everyone, including children can drink this in complete confidence. However, if the desire is there, a slug of gin would make a very nice addition. It’s simple and quick to make and very refreshing. The strawberry hit is as good as a Wimbledon grand slam – it’s delightful with subtle undertones of fragrant rose, fresh mint and cooling ice. I’m just glad it’s not me on Centre Court.
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- 300 g strawberries - hulled
- 3 tbsp rose syrup
- 1 large sprig of mint plus 4 small ones
- 12 ice cubes
- fizzy water
- Place all but 4 strawberries into a power blender. I used my Froothie Optimum G2.3.
- Add the large sprig of mint, the syrup and ice cubes.
- Blend for 20 seconds.
- Divide between 4 tall glasses or tumblers, then top up with fizzy water. Half the remaining strawberries and add two halves to each glass with a sprig of mint.
Add a slug or two of gin for a special occasion.
I’m sharing the strawberry rose mint fizz cooler recipe with Simple and in Season over at Feeding Boys.
Other summer non-alcoholic cooler drink recipes you might like
- Blood orange squash via Tin and Thyme
- Elderflower cordial via All That I’m Eating
- Iced rooibos tea with raspberries & mint via Greedy Gourmet
- Marvellous mojito via Celery & Cupcakes
- Old fashioned lemonade via Fab Food 4 All
- Peach and rhubarb iced tea via Tin and Thyme
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