Spring is the season of brunch, and no brunch party is complete without the perfect drink. In fact, pins for are up 117% this spring, according to Pinterest, with people looking for new ways to enjoy the sunny days ahead.
Here, 15 sweet drinks to take your next brunch fête up a notch.
In this refreshing drink, fresh lemon, lime and melon add a nice fruity flavor to vodka, rosé and Elderflower liqueur.
Skip the oranges and opt for thyme-flavored syrup and juicy peaches for a new spin on your favorite brunch drink.
Light, pretty and perfectly sweet, these margaritas will win you over with their fresh, minty flavor.
Sweet kiwi adds a kick to this green cocktail, also featuring gin, Elderflower Liqueur and lime juice.
Take your favorite bottle of bubbly to the next level, with tart pomegranate juice and a sprig of rosemary.
This fun update on the Moscow Mule swaps vanilla whisky for vodka, making for a bold Crème Brulee-like aftertaste. Yum!
This recipe is the ultimate fruit salad in a drink. Combine the Pimm's, gin, curaçao and lemon juice in a wine glass and stir to blend. Top with ginger beer and garnish with fresh fruit and greenery.
1.5 oz. Pimm's No. 1
.5 ounce floral gin
.5 ounce dry curaçao
.25 ounce fresh lemon juice
2 oz. ginger beer, chilled
Thinly sliced cucumbers and assorted fresh fruit
Excerpted from "" by Kat Odell (Workman Publishing). Copyright © 2017.
There's nothing more refreshing for spring than a cocktail that blends Campari, black tea and chewy boba in one.
In this champagne cocktail, frozen blackberries help enhance the flavor as they melt into the bubbly. Delicious!
Spice up your usual cup of tea with a little gin. Combine all of the ingredients in chilled glass and stir, then top with tonic water.
1.5 oz. of London No. 1 Gin
.5 oz. Elderflower liquer
1 oz. of chilled Early Grey tea
.5 oz. tonic water
Champagne, fruit juice, fresh strawberries and pineapple are just a few ingredients that make this pretty pink drink the ultimate party starter.
One part blackberry syrup and one part sparkling wine, this drink is just perfect for a sophisticated brunch fête.
In this yogurt-inspired cocktail, a breezy blend of cucumber and dill complements the minty flavor of absinthe.
Not only does this raspberry drink feature yummy sorbet, it only requires three ingredients to make.
This zingy strawberry drink, also made with bourbon and ginger beer, is sure to delight the tastebuds. Don't forget to garnish with fresh mint!
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