Best Rose Butterfly Pea Tea Spritzer

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Best Rose Butterfly Pea Tea Spritzer

A good brunch is just not complete without Rosé. Wouldn’t you agree? Especially in the Summertime. Which is why it’s so important to experiment with different flavor combinations. Of course, strawberry Rosé is a classic flavor profile and always a great fallback. But venturing out of the norm and trying new things can be a great way to stumble across your new favorite spritzer.

Which is why I love this butterfly pea tea spritzer. It’s light, refreshing and easily adjustable. Try out the recipe below and let me know what you think in the comments!

Rose Butterfly Pea Tea Spritzer

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Recipe by Sagen Jackson Course: Drinks, BrunchCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy


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Light and refreshing rose spritzer cocktail. Perfect for hosting a Summer brunch!


  • 1 cup Butterfly Pea Tea

  • 1/8 cup sugar

  • 2 fl oz Rose

  • 4 Roses with Petals Removed

  • 1/2 cup Carbonated Water (Choose your flavor, I chose grapefruit)

  • Sliced Lemons

  • Garnish: Pomegranate Seeds, Basil


  • Steep butterfly pea tea buds in hot water for 5 – 7 minutes. Allowing the tea to brew. Once tea has finished brewing allow to cool completely and then pour over ice.
  • Add sugar, Rosé and rose petals to pistol and mortar and muddle ingredients together until rose petals have been gently crushed and “infused” with sugar and Rosé. Alternatively, you can make your own rose petal infused simple syrup, recipe here.
  • Add ice, muddled rose petal mixture, butterfly pea tea and carbonated water to cocktail shaker. Shake vigorously until combined.
  • Strain mixture into cocktail glasses. Garnish as desired and enjoy!

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