You will love these Elderflower and Berry Wine Coolers! They are sweet, fruity and fresh, plus super quick and easy to make! What is better on a summers day at home than a fruity wine cooler. The key is a good bottle of rose, elderflower cordial and frozen summer berries!
This cocktail is great for when you are have your girlfriends over and want a quick and easy cocktail to serve. All you need is rose, elderflower cordial, apple and elderflower juice, frozen summer berries and lime juice for an extra twist!
Elderflower is a pretty fragrant and edible plant that grows wildly in many countries. It has beautiful white flowers and can be made into a fruity and floral cordial. It can be used in cocktails, drinks and cakes.
I love elderflower and grew up drinking this delicious cordial in my grandparents home. This drink really is a British classic. It works wonderfully well in so many cocktails and I use it a lot for its sweet floral flavours. The elderflower and acidity in the wine and berries are a winning match.
I made this drink up on a random summer day at my flat with my girlfriends. Wanting a cocktail but with only some bad rose and elderflower cordial I mixed the two together and topped it up with a bit of juice. I wanted to cool my wine without using ice so I added frozen berries and boom the wine killer/cooler was born! Wine killer is the name chosen by my girlfriends for this killer cocktail because they are so damn good but also so damn strong! You drink them like juice but they most definitely are not! Go easy on the glass ladies!
Enjoy these amazing and easy Elderflower and Berry Wine Coolers on a sunny day with friends they will definitely put a smile on your faces. Love this recipe sign up to our newsletter and stay up to date with all the latest posts and recipes – There will be plenty of more cocktails to come. Serving lunch too pair it with this super quick and easy Sirloin Steak Salad.
If you are hosting a bigger group, just double the recipe 1 recipe makes 6 small glasses.
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