While it may look like traditional cockatail bitters, this tincture is a little different, and it's a product we're very excited to be carrying. Pink pepper is a very different animal than the black pepper you're used to -- they're fruity and a bit sweet, and will wake up any ordinary drink you put them in. Try it in a gin and tonic for an interesting twist on a classic.
Pink Peppercorn Frosé
5 oz ice cold dry rosé
1 oz ice cold vodka
1/2 (or up to 1) oz simple syrup
10 drops pink pepper cocktail spice*
1/2 cup frozen strawberries
1/2 cup ice
Add all ingredients to the pitcher of a high powered blender. Purée until completely smooth. If your blender has multiple settings, start with the "ice crush" setting and then switch to "purée" or "liquify".
Once completely smooth, poor into a large glass. Add a straw for easy sippin, and enjoy!