Spring is finally in the air and I am really looking forward to the warmer weather that is coming. Mostly, I am looking forward to spending more time outdoors, without having to bundle up in all of those extra layers. Sitting on my front porch, listening to the birds and enjoying the nature surrounding me will be amazing!
Nothing quite beats a beautiful spring day than sitting on the patio with a refreshing cocktail in hand, and I’ve got one that is just perfect for the season. My pink lemonade moscato cocktail recipe pairs two of my favorite flavors, infused with fresh strawberries and lemon slices.
This pink lemonade moscato is such a light drink that it is perfect to enjoy for an afternoon cocktail, while soaking up the sunshine and that wonderful vitamin D.
The pink lemonade moscato cocktail recipe that I’m sharing below makes two cocktails. This would be a perfect one to serve for brunch or a party, so you can easily double, tripe and even quadruple the recipe to serve a larger crowd.
Pink lemonade moscato cocktail recipe
- 1 – 187ml bottle of Pink Moscato (or ? cup from a larger bottle)
- 1 cup pink lemonade
- ? lemon, sliced
- 3 strawberries, sliced
- Lots of ice
- In a large glass or cocktail shaker, pour the pink moscato and pink lemonade and mix well
- Fill 2 glasses with ice
- Divide the sliced fruit between the 2 glasses
- Fill glasses with pink moscato and pink lemonade mixture
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Is Moscato a sweet wine?
Yes, moscato is a sweet wine, which makes it perfect for any time of day.
What tastes good with moscato?
Since moscato is very sweet, it pairs perfectly with sour flavors and that’s what makes this pink lemonade moscato cocktail recipe so amazing. This would be a great one to serve at brunch, and you can also pair moscato alone with the sweet brunch dishes.
Should Moscato be chilled?
Yes, sweet wines should be chilled, to help keep the aromas in balance with their naturally sweet flavor.