Guava Goddess Rosé Cocktail Recipe

Rosé Cocktail with Guava Goddess Kombucha

This fruit-forward Guava Goddess Rosé Kombucha cocktail has spring written all over it! It’s refreshing, fruity and full of probiotics. We partnered with GT’s Kombucha to bring you a refreshing and light drink to sip on this season. This easy 3-ingredient kombucha cocktail recipe is quick to make and fun to enjoy.

At The Wine Cellar Group, we pride ourselves on sharing handcrafted wines with our customers. We combined a small-batch, dry Rosé from our Cellar Collection with a delicious Guava Kombucha. For this recipe, we partnered with GT’s Kombucha, who creates handcrafted probiotic drinks to help people live happier, healthier lives. They are a pioneer in making living food for the living body with active probiotics. The combination of our drinks makes for a light cocktail that pairs perfectly with brunch, citrus salad, seafood, or a cheese board.

You’ll enjoy a balance of sweet and fruity tartness on the palate. Make sure you chill the ingredients before creating your cocktail. This will ensure that your drink is crisp and bubbly.

Recipe makes about 6 glasses.

Ingredients:

Instructions:

In a chilled flute, add 3 oz of GT’s Guava Goddess Kombucha.

Guava Goddess Kombucha tasting notes: Enjoy a beautiful blend of fresh Guava purée and organic, raw Kombucha.

rose and guava kombucha cocktail ingredients and glasses

Next, top off your flute with your favorite Rosé and stir well.

pouring rose wine into glasses on top of guava kombucha

Finish by garnishing with a rosemary sprig! Voilà, you now have a match made in wine heaven drink.

guava rose cocktail garnished with rosemary sprig

We hope you enjoy one of our new favorite kombucha cocktail recipes!

In this recipe, we used Beach Pass Rosé* from our Cellar Collection.

Tasting notes: Look forward to a delicate, pale-pink color and juicy-ripe strawberry, cherry, and red plum flavors.

*Call your local wine store for wine availability and recommendations on alternative options. Our suggested alternatives to try are:

  • Violette de Mireval Rosé
  • Casas Del Maipo Rosé

 

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