Wine and ice cream may not seem like a natural combination, but you’d be surprised what happens when you combine the two! Floats combining wine and ice cream are the perfect mix of summer and comfort, and with only a few months of hot weather left, they are a must try!
How to Make Wine and Ice Cream Floats:
First things first, pick your favourite wine. If it’s a red wine of choice, maybe consider a dark fudge ice cream for a richer experience? With white wine, how about the classic vanilla ice cream? For a rosé, that’s up to you. It can be hard to come up with the right mix sometimes, so don’t you worry, we have you covered with a few premium wine and ice cream float selections.
Here are our favourite Wine and Ice Cream Float Recipes:
I don’t know about you, but rosé, berry slush and ice cream mixed together sounds like the key ingredients of summer, all mixed into one.
How refreshing is this rosé infused float? 10/10.
If you thought mimosas couldn’t be made any better, please think again. Up your Sunday brunch game with this mouth-watering mimosa ice cream float.
Drinkability rating: 12/10
If you want to impress with dessert at your next dinner party this summer, the red wine granita recipe (with ice cream, of course) is sure to boost your social standing amongst your dessert-oriented friends. Making the granita is an easy but impressive feature of this refreshing summertime drink.
How impressed will your friends be? 110%.
The combination of the sugary Moscato and the delectable ice cream will be enough to soothe even the most insatiable of sweet tooths out there. Whether it’s for date night, an afternoon in the backyard with the girls or just an after-work treat, this is a drink we’ll be sipping on all summer long.
True or false, this our favourite summer drink – true.
During the summer, kids get all the best treats. Why not treat yourself this summer, with this boozy and adult-ified orange creamsicle float? You know you deserve it too, after all, it was a long winter…
Will this be the most fun drink you have all summer?