The only brunch cocktails you need! These recipes are bubbly, fruity, and perfect for brunch. Cocktails made with vodka, gin, and Champagne as well as a few brunch mocktail recipes too.
Best Brunch Cocktail Recipes
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Ah, brunch, one of our favorite ways to spend a weekend is cooking or hosting brunch at home. It always consists of our favorite recipes and of course a really good cocktail. If you’re hosting a brunch and in need of a refreshing cocktail recipe, look no further! We’re sharing our favorite recipes that are made for brunch.
Pair any of these cocktails with our brunch recipes for the ultimate brunch meal.
Let’s get started!
A Prosecco Mimosa recipe is made with orange juice and prosecco. It’s bubbly and refreshing and a great brunch cocktail.
A simple, refreshing, three-ingredient Aperol Spritz recipe that is perfect year-round! This classic cocktail couldn’t be easier to make and truly is delicious.
A Bee’s Knees is a simple cocktail to make using lemon juice, gin, and honey simple syrup. It’s served cold and in a charming coup glass.
Vodka and Orange Juice
If you’re looking for a super simple, two-ingredient drink try a vodka and orange juice cocktail!
A Vodka Soda is an easy recipe to make and is low on sugar. It’s bubbly from the soda water and if you want to spruce it up add floral ice cubes and a lime wedge.
Italian Paloma Recipe
For a holiday brunch try a Poinsettia made with cranberry juice and Champagne. The vibrant red color and touch of green rosemary go perfectly together for the holidays.
Tom Collins is a classic cocktail made with gin, lemon juice, and sparkling water. It’s very refreshing and an easy brunch cocktail to make.
Tradintional White Sangria
White Sangria is refreshing and is made with juicy fruit, vodka, and peach or orange liqueur. It’s a good make-ahead brunch cocktail recipe.
Tomatillo Bloody Mary
Tomatillo Bloody Mary is a twist on a classic Bloody Mary. It’s a savory cocktail and often served during brunch.
Peach Grapefruit Salty Dog
This Peachy Grapefruit Salty Dog is a light and refreshing cocktail made with gin, peaches and grapefruit juice. Of course, it wouldn’t be a salt dog without a salty rim!
Blueberry Moscow Mule
Lavender Gin and Tonic Punch
The most beautiful Gin and Tonic Punch! This recipe used butterfly pea flower to give it a beautiful purple color. It’s the perfect cocktail for a crowd.
Classic Mimosa Recipe
A classic Mimosa Recipe made with Champagne and orange juice. Add a splash of Cointreau in there for even more flavor.
Also try our carrot, blood orange juice mimosa!
Non-Alcoholic Brunch Mocktails
A refreshing Watermelon Drink with cucumber! This cooler is packed with health benefits and is perfect for sipping during brunch.
In need of a brunch Mocktail Recipe? We have you covered! Our mocktail recipe allows you to create the flavors you want using seasonal fruit and non-alcoholic spirits.
Try these brunch drink recipes too:
Here’s a guide to making your own homemade simple syrup. Simple syrup is a sweetened used in a lot of our cocktail recipes. It’s very easy to make!
What to Serve with a Brunch Cocktail
Since brunch is our favorite meal, here are a few brunch recipes that will pair nicely with these cocktails.
Best Fritatta Recipe Ever – We’ve been making this for over 15 years. It’s hands down the best frittata.
Perfect Pancakes – Fluffy, buttery pancakes that are easy to make.
Super Moist Banana Bread – This banana bread is bonkers! It’s so flavorful and moist and is the perfect side for brunch.
French Toast Puffs – These are beyond delicious! Little clouds of puffy french bread, are fried and served with butter and syrup.
Frequntly Asked Questions
What is the most iconic brunch cocktail?
Mimosa is the most iconic brunch cocktail recipe. Made with equal parts Champagne and orange juice. The cocktail is named after a yellow flowering plant and has a beautiful vibrant orange color.
What drink is similar to a mimosa?
A Bellini, made with sparkling white wine and peach puree, is a cocktail that is similar to a mimosa. Try our frozen Bellini recipe for a frozen cocktail.
More Brunch Cocktail Recipes You’ll Love
Need more cocktail ideas? This recipe would also make a refreshing brunch cocktail:
Ginger and Jasmine Cocktail
If you make one of these cocktails, leave a review and comment below. Furthermore, try our grapefruit mimosa recipe.
Grapefruit Mimosa Brunch Cocktail
- 4 ounces Champagne , or sparkling white wine
- 2 ounces grapefruit juice
- 1/2 ounce cointreau
- Pour the Champagne into a Champagne flute.
- Add the cointreau and then top with grapefruit juice