Peach Frosé is a super refreshing boozy slushie. Using frozen peaches and your favorite rosé, it’s sure to be the happy hour hit!

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Peach Frosé

Looking for a frozen wine cocktail to kick your weekend off right? This tasty beverage is just four ingredients and one hundred percent worth pulling out your blender for! Heck, they are made with frozen fruit, so you can even whip them up in the dead of winter.

Frozen peaches and honey mixed with your favorite Rose and rum is a summer cocktail everyone can get on board with. Add ice, blend into a slushy it’s the perfect way to cool off in the summer!

frozen peach cocktail with a fresh peach slice

What is a Frosé Cocktail?

There are many different variations of the frosé cocktail, but one thing they all have in common is blending rosé wine with fruit and ice to make the most amazing boozy slushy. 

Lots of recipes often switch up adding different types of alcohol to mix with the wine, and some even add lime juice or simple syrup to add more flavor. 

No matter how it’s mixed up, there’s always one agreeing opinion and it’s that no summer is complete without relaxing with a nice cold glass of frosé in hand. 

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How to Make The Best Peach Frosé

Making a homemade peach frosé is the easiest way to step up your at-home cocktail game without having to buy a bunch of fancy bar tools you’ll never use. Almost all you need is a couple of bottles of alcohol, some frozen fruit, and a blender to get the summer fun started. 

To get started, just add the frozen peaches, rosé, rum, honey, and ice into a high powered blender. Once everything is ready to go in the blender, you’ll blend on high until well combined and smooth. After blending until smooth, pour into a chilled wine glass and serve immediately with fresh peach slices and mint.

Can I Make this Frosé Slushie with Different Fruit?

Absolutely! This summer peach frosé slushie can easily be adjusted with any fruit in place of the frozen peaches. Here are a few of my favorite flavors: 

  • Mixed Berries (Strawberry, raspberry, blackberry) 
  • Strawberry 
  • Blueberry
  • Apricot 
  • Blackberries  
  • Raspberry
  • Mango
  • Pineapple 

To change the flavor, simply replace the frozen peaches with the same amount of any other frozen fruit of your choice.

two frozen peach slush cocktails with fresh peach garnish

Tips For Making A Delicious Homemade Peach Frosé

Choose your alcohol wisely: By no means do you need to buy the most expensive alcohol on the shelf, just to make a peach frosé, but for a truly amazing homemade frosé, you want to have at least mid-range options with the right flavor profiles.

  • Rosé: Choose a hearty and bold rosé like a pinot noir merlot rosé. These are both more of a dry rosé that will help balance out the sweetness of the fruit. A sweeter rosé might make the drink overly sweet. 
  • Rum: It is VERY important you make sure to get WHITE rum. You do not want to pour spiced, or dark rum into this peach frosé. It will not turn out well. Something like Bacardi white rum will work great for this recipe. 

Use frozen fruit: An important factor in making sure this peach frosé comes out with that perfectly chilled slushy consistency is making sure your fruit is frozen. Using frozen fruit allows the mixture to chill when blended without watering it down with a lot of ice. 

If you are in a bind, you can make fresh fruit work, you will just need to add extra ice, and know that the overall flavor and consistency might turn out different than the original. 

Don’t over-blend: Since we’re not blending any overly dense ingredients, you shouldn’t have to spend more than a minute blending everything together. Over blending will begin to melt the frozen fruit or ice, so stick to a blend time of one minute or less for best results.

Two frozen peach cocktails in stemless wine glasses

More Drinks Perfect for Summer Sipping

Apple Pomegranate Spritzers – This libation is simple and refreshing, perfect for any gathering, or even just a fun evening with your favorite person.  Delicious with our without alcohol.

Sparkling Cucumber Gimlet –  Made with vodka, cucumber, sparkling water, and lime, is a classic cocktail with a twist. It’s the cocktail you will want to sip all summer long. 

Ginger Peach Bourbon Smash – Fresh peaches, ginger beer, and bourbon come together in one light and refreshing summer cocktail. One sip and you’ll be flooded with summer memories.

Raspberry Hard Iced Tea Cocktail – Mix in iced tea classics like raspberries, lemon, and mint along with a spike whiskey and you have the perfect porch sipping summer cocktail.

Fresh Grapefruit Moscow Mule – Just the right balance of spicy freshness that is the ginger beer and fresh grapefruit combo. Making a wonderfully refreshing cocktail.

frozen peach slush cocktail with fresh peach garnish

Tools Used To Make A Peach Frosé

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Wine Bottle Opener 

This wine bottle opener is one of my favorite gifts I’ve received. It makes opening any bottle of wine a breeze, and the best part is the convenient foil cutter that removes the covering in seconds. 

Stemless Wine Glasses 

No wine night is complete without a set of cute and simple wine glasses. This classic set is perfect to break out for any occasion. 

Ninja Blender

After years of wasting my money on cheap blenders that don’t even blend, I finally splurged on the Ninja, and let me tell you it’s worth the investment. I’ve had this version for years and never once had trouble getting anything to blend perfectly. 

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Two frozen peach cocktails in stemless wine glasses

Peach Frosé

Yield: 4 drinks
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

Peach Frosé is a super easy and refreshing boozy slushie.  Using frozen peaches and your favorite rosé wine, it's sure to be the happy hour hit!


  • 16-20 ounces frozen sliced peaches
  • 1 (750 ml) bottle rosé, chilled
  • 6 ounces white rum
  • 2 tablespoons of honey (or simple syrup)
  • 1-2 cups ice (optional - see notes)
  • fresh peach slices and mint (optional garnish)


  1. Add frozen peaches, rosé, rum, honey, and ice (if using) into a high powered blender.
  2. Blend on high until well combined and smooth. TIP: don't blend for more than 1 minute or it will start to melt.
  3. Serve immediately with fresh peach slices and mint.


If you want your frozé more frozen, you can add 1-2 cups of ice to the blender.

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Nutrition Information:
Yield: 4 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 204Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 7mgCarbohydrates: 21gFiber: 2gSugar: 20gProtein: 1g

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