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Found: The Prettiest Cocktail Ever

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    Sure, we go nuts for vintage eBay scores and the latest runway trends, but there's nothing that stops R29ers dead in their tracks faster than some good ol' food porn. So, when the ladies of HonestlyWTF teamed up with Karen Chan of GlobetrotterDiaries and Todd Wagner of Baytenders to launch an equally delicious blog, HonestlyYUM, we just had to drop everything. Each week, we'll spotlight their creative concoctions. Go ahead, try to look away — we dare you.

    Call it cliché but my mom is obsessed with roses. Obsessed. I even recently learned that when I was born, she demanded there be a bouquet of roses by her side. With little response (good job, Dad) she finally took it upon herself, while in labor, to pick some from the local rose garden! That said, when creating a Mother’s Day brunch cocktail, I had one required ingredient: rose. This cocktail is a combination of two classic cocktails, the Clover Club and the Ramos Fizz. It is beautifully light and festively pink. Perfect for brunch and perfect for mom.

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