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Pink Blossom Lillet Rosé Spritz

Nothing says springtime like a Lillet Rosé spritz, the perfect low-ABV cocktail recipe.

Lillet Rosé is a must-have in my cabinet during spring and summertime. It's a French aperitif with a fruit-forward flavor, pinkish hue and subtle blossom aroma, making it a great ingredient for low-ABV cocktails. You can find it in most larger grocery stores, or of course at specialty shops like BevMo.

Pink Blossom Lillet Rose Spritz
Lillet Rose is a great ingredient for floral, low-ABV cocktails

For this recipe I paired the Lillet with one of my favorite non-alcoholic sparkling rosés to enhance the fruity flavor and pinkish hue. You could swap in your favorite non-alcoholic bubbly or stick with just club soda as well, though I do think the alcohol-free sparkling wine adds a nice element to this drink since it's one of the main ingredients. So if you skip it you may want a small splash of simple syrup with the club soda.



  • 2 oz Lillet Rosé

  • 3 oz non-alcoholic sparkling rosé

  • 1 oz club soda

  • Squeeze of fresh lemon

  • Garnish with pink blossoms


  • Fill a wine glass with ice.

  • Add Lillet Rosé, N/A sparkling rosé and club soda

  • Gently stir

  • Top with fresh squeeze of lemon and garnish

Total ABV: 4.7% per 6oz serving over ice.*

*ABV calculations are based on exact recipe ingredients included. Any modifications may alter the ABV content.

Watch me make this cocktail on my Instagram


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