The Healthier Rosé for Mother’s Day

“All that I am, or hope to be, I owe to my angel mother.”

Abraham Lincoln

A day dedicated to the woman that raised you is a day to celebrate accordingly. This kind of celebration calls for a drink you can carry on drinking from brunch, to a nice picnic in the park, to an exquisite dinner with the most important person in your life.  A light buzz with no brain fog- simply those light, fresh fruity vibes. Spring is here, so drink accordingly. Strawberries and raspberries will keep fresh berry notes strung lusciously throughout each sip of Cliffton and will add some sweetness to your glass.

Rosé is what everyone is drinking right now, sales have climbed up 53% in the past two years. Unfortunately, there are some harsh realities to face in following the crowd blindly. Knowing what Rosé is made of is important in understanding what it’s doing to your body. Rosé has formed a reputation around being a crisp, clear drink, usually in juxtaposition to nice weather and rooftops. Consider it’s substance- a mixture of different wine blends, sugar, and plenty of preservatives and sulfites- this knowledge alone is enough to send anyone looking for healthier alternatives.

So we’ve come up with the solution. Cliffton Dry with a splash of Creme de Cassis. A Chambord liqeur would also do the trick. It gives you the pink drink you desire, with all the delectable hints of pink to the tongue. When done correctly, yes the color pink does have a flavor. The best part is YOU HAVEN’T EVEN REACHED THE BEST PART. Essential to this cocktail is a garnish of fresh fruit. There’s nothing better than sipping to the bottom of the glass and then being able to indulge in the Cliffton infused berries.

Here’s to a guilt-free toast to your mothers, your daughters, or the magnificent woman who have impacted your life. Cheers.

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