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Rose water, apple and rhubarb mocktail

by Georgina Fuggle
Rose water, apple and rhubarb mocktail recipe

Rose water, apple and rhubarb mocktail

  • Drink
  • easy
  • 4
  • 20 minutes, plus overnight drying time for the petals

PT20M

Why not try?

A pretty cocktail both in sight and taste. The rhubarb in the juice creates a slightly sour backdrop to a floral rose and sweet apple front. Perfectly easy to put together and lovely for a celebration, where something special is needed. You could sprinkle the finished mocktails with dried rose petals to save time, if preferred.

Ingredients

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1
First, prepare your rose petals. Paint both sides of each rose petal with egg white and sprinkle with caster sugar on both sides. Set on a piece of parchment paper and leave to dry overnight
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2
When ready to serve, combine the apple and rhubarb juice, soda water, rose water and lime juice in large jug. Stir together to combine
3
Divide the ice between four tumblers, pour over the mocktail and top with the rose petals, mint and slices of lime. Serve
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