5 Cocktails for Your Boozy Brunch Menu

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Because no brunch is complete without a cocktail (or two, or three)
Blood Orange Rosemary Vodka Cocktail
Souffle Bombay

Blood Orange Rosemary Vodka Cocktail

To help prepare you for a summer filled with friends and brunching, we reached out to our Culinary Content Network of food bloggers for their favorite brunch cocktails.

There’s something here for every kind of brunch menu and every kind of brunch guest, from savory Bloody Marys to fruity mimosas. So, pop the Champagne, crack some eggs, and get drinking!

Beety Bloody Mary

The Hungary Buddha



You don’t need to use that juicer just for healthy drinks, and The Hungary Buddha proves it. This beet juice Bloody Mary uses freshly-squeezed fruits, proving that a good cocktail is a part of any balanced diet.

For the Beety Bloody Mary recipe, click here.

Blood Orange Rosemary Vodka Cocktail

Souffle Bombay



Fresh herbs make a world of difference in cocktail making, and this vodka cocktail from Souffle Bombay proves it. Fresh rosemary provides a beautiful fragrance and counterbalance to a tart blood orange drink.

For the Blood Orange Rosemary Vodka Cocktail recipe, click here.

Mango Sorbet Bellinis

The Redhead Baker



Want a quick cocktail that will leave all of your brunch guests raving? The Redhead Baker’s Bellinis have just three ingredients. You’ll spend more time opening your bottle of prosecco than you will putting this cocktail together.

For the Mango Sorbet Bellinis recipe, click here.

Sassy Strawberry Mimosa

Baking Beauty



The best brunch dishes can be made ahead of time, and the drinks are no exception. This six-ingredient mimosa from Baking Beauty can be prepared in a jiffy, and the longer it sits, the more the flavors blend together.

For the Sassy Strawberry Mimosa recipe, click here.

Strawberry Basil Mojito

A Little Rosemary and Thyme



Traditionally, mojitos use freshly-muddled mint, but strawberries and basil are such a natural, refreshing combination that A Little Rosemary and Thyme couldn’t resist the herb swap. And you won’t even miss the mint in this light, fruity rum drink.

For the Strawberry Basil Mojito recipe, click here.

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