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  • Writer's pictureJ. M. White

Boozy Frosé (Before I Go To Sleep)

Updated: Oct 4, 2020

My copy of Before I Go To Sleep no longer has its dust jacket because I passed this novel around my circle of friends and family since first reading it in 2014. Yes, it's that good! And if you're wondering why I'm just writing about it now, it's because the book has finally fallen back into my hands after one of my friends borrowed it from out of state.

Before I Go To Sleep was published in 2011 by S.J. Watson. It was a bestseller that has since been adapted for the big screen. In layman's terms, it's a total mind f**ck. If you keep a must-buy-book-list, add this to it now. What starts as a seemingly "typical" thriller progresses into a deliciously dark, page-turning mystery. There are so many revelations and twists, I doubt even the most fidgety person could be bored while reading this book.

The Plot

It follows a middle-aged woman, Christine Lucas, who suffers from anterograde amnesia. Every morning she wakes up with no knowledge of who or where she is. With the help of her doctor and a journal's aid, Christine learns she is married and has a son. Yet the longer she keeps her journal, the more things don't seem to add up, and she desperately searches for who she really is.

The Drink

This is the perfect summer read to keep you entertained at the beach or on vacation. Therefore, I'm pairing it with the ultimate summer drink, Boozy Frosé. My goal was to make one of these slushies since I first spotted one on Instagram a few months back.

In this recipe, I chose to blend the rosé with frozen fruit to sweeten the drink naturally without dumping in a bunch of processed sugar. Another great thing about this cocktail is its versatility. Feel free to experiment with various fruit combinations and, maybe, even add in some liqueur. I can guarantee this will not be the last you see of the Frosé.

Boozy Frosé


Yield: 4 servings

Total time: 5 minutes

What You Need:

  • 3 cups frozen peaches chopped

  • 1 ½ cups frozen strawberries halved (extra for garnish)

  • ¼ cup frozen raspberries (extra for garnish)

  • 3 tbsp. of fresh-squeezed lemon juice (about 1 lemon)

  • 1, 750 ml bottle of rosé

  • 2 shots of vodka

What You Do:

  1. Place frozen fruit and lemon juice in a blender. Top with rosé and vodka.

  2. Blend on high until smooth.

  3. Pour mixture into wine glasses and serve immediately. Garnish with strawberries and raspberries if desired.


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