Don't get us wrong. We love rosé as much as anyone else, but sometimes you need something a little bit stronger than a glass of summer water. So, the next time the need for a millennial pink drink overtakes you, try mixing a cocktail made with one of these pretty but powerful vodkas, gins, tequilas, and other types of booze.
Blended with California rosé wine, this vodka is slightly less alcoholic than other vodkas, making it ideal for your next brunch cocktail.
Hangar 1 Rosé Vodka, $32
This tequila gets its naturally pink color from being aged in Napa Valley Cabernet barrels.
Código 1530 Rosa Tequila, $70
For a spicier gin and tonic, try making a cocktail using this German gin colored with a special aromatic bitters.
Bitter Truth Pink Gin, $45.79
This honey wine is made on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne off the northeastern coast of England by mixing honey into fermented grape juice with water, oranges and herbs.
Lindisfarne Mead Pink, $11.61
Not only does this classic London Dry Gin come in a beautiful matte pink bottle, but also is blended with extra botanicals including Japanese cherry blossoms, pink grapefruit, rose, and hibiscus flowers.
Burleigh's Pink Limited Edition London Dry Gin, $50.32
Instead of blending grain-based alcohol with bitters or pink botanicals like other pink gins, Wölffer distills theirs using their rosé wine as the base.
Wölffer Pink Gin, $29.99
For something a little bit lighter than gin or tequila, try mixing a cocktail with this sweet lemon flavored liqueur.
Lidestri Pink Limoncello, $19.99
This Belgian gin gets its pink hue from mixing a coriander, vanilla, and lemon-based gin with fresh pink grapefruit.
Buss No. 509 Pink Grapefruit Gin, $52.61