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Wild Rose Petal Sangria #summerdrinks #freshdrinks

Wild Rose Petal Sangria #summerdrinks #freshdrinks

Making Wild Rose Petal Sangria is an exquisite method to praise the entry of summer and be here in the season.

Gather one measure of crisp wild flower petals. Wild flower petals gathered toward the beginning of the day are particularly fragrant, yet all flower petals untreated with pesticides will work as well.

Make the formula for Wild flower petal basic syrup, giving the petals a chance to soak medium-term for the most flavor. At that point pursue the Sangria Recipe and appreciate this refreshing,summery drink, ideally sitting outside, giving the stresses of the day a chance to be diverted.

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Wild Rose Petal Sangria #summerdrinks #freshdrinks

ingredients

  • 1 bottle Rosé Wine
  • ¼- ⅓ cup Rose petal simple syrup ( see below)
  • ¼ -⅓ cup Elder Flower Liqueur ( like St. Germaine)
  • 1-2 tablespoons fresh wild rose petals (washed)
  • handfull fresh mint leaves for garnish ( optional)
  • Rose Petal Simple Syrup
  • 1 cup washed fresh rose petals ( or 1/3 cup dried petals, food grade – available in bulk section of gourmet markets)
  • 1 cup Sugar
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 teaspoon lemon juice
  • ** All fresh rose petals are edible, just make very sure they are untreated with pesticides.

instructions

  1. Make rose petal simple syrup.
  2. Bring all ingredients to a simmer, stir until sugar is dissolved.
  3. Let roses petals steep for 12 – 24 hours.
  4. Strain.
  5. Place Rosé Wine, ⅓ cup Rose petal simple syrup, ⅓ cup Elder Flower Liqueur and 1-2 tablespoons fresh wild rose petals (washed) in a large pitcher and refrigerate for 1-2 hours. Serve over ice.

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  1. I have checked with 6 of our different chains of grocery stores (Woodmens, Willy Street, Whole Foods, Metcalfes etc.) and cannot find Wild Rose Petals. Do I need to solicit this from a florist?

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