'The Bachelor' host Chris Harrison's Tropical Rose cocktail could be the drink to sip on National Rose Day
Harrison partnered with Seagram's Escapes to create a fruity canned beverage called Seagram’s Escapes Tropical Rosè
Two times Emmy nominated TV show host, Chris Harrison partnered with Seagram's to create his signature cocktail titled Seagram’s Escapes Tropical Rosè. It hit shelves earlier this year in February and this rosè-style drink has just 100 calories, similar to seltzers, but is packed with exotic flavors that include natural Passion and Dragon fruits. 'The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons - Ever' is about to hit TV screens on June 8 followed by National Rosè Day (June 13) and what better way than celebrating it with this beverage that has the name of the show's permanent fixture attached to it.
Harrison was fully immersed in every step of the way in this first alcoholic partnership of his career. He worked closely with the Seagram's Escapes team right from crafting the flavor of the drink to the name as well as the packaging. Speaking about this association at the time, Harrison had detailed his involvement, stating, "Creating Tropical Rosé has been a really hands-on experience for me. From the very beginning, I traveled with the Seagram’s Escapes team to their flavor house in Chicago to pick just the right color and the perfect fruit flavors. After we were happy with the drink, I had the opportunity to choose the name and weigh in on everything from packaging to advertising. I’m proud of Tropical Rosé and can’t wait for everyone to finally taste it.”
To help you enjoy the drink in the best way possible, we've brought you a special recipe blend. Called the 'Tropical Rosè Sparkler', you'll find yourself concocting this drink, more often than not. For this you'll require:
4 cans Seagram's Escapes Tropical Rosè
3/4th cup (6 oz.)vodka
1 cup watermelon juice
1 cup sparkling wine or sparkling rosè wine
1 lime sliced
1 1/2 cup watermelon balls
1/2 dragon fruit, cubed
Method: Combine all the fluids in a pitcher or punch bowl. Stir well. Throw in the watermelon balls, dragon fruit cubes, and the lime slices. Serve over ice.
One could also top 2 oz vodka with the Seagram's Escapes Tropical Rosè to make 'Love at First Sip', a drink that stands true to its name.