While there's no hard and fast rule to what makes something a "Brunch" cocktail, we think anything that pairs well with a typical breakfast (hello, bacon) is a great place to start. Salty, Sweet, Beer or Champagne, there's no wrong way to booze up your brunch.
Savory Brunch Cocktails If sipping on a fully loaded bloody mary is your idea of a perfect Sunday, then savory brunch cocktails are for you. Salty beer cocktails like a Michelada are the perfect compliment to a hefty order of huevos rancheros. By building a cocktail with beer instead of hard liquor, you're also keeping the alcohol content low which means you can have 1 or 2 with breakfast and not spend the rest of your day in a haze. If you're in the mood for something more Mediterranean, we suggest the Capone. This whiskey, basil and balsamic cocktail may sound strange, but one sip and you'll be hooked on the tangy concoction.
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Sweet Brunch Cocktails
In the mood for something sweet? You can't go wrong with a bubbly brunch mimosa (even better if they're 'bottomless'). The light sparkling wine, paired with tangy fresh citrus is the perfect way to balance out a sweet stack of pancakes or a rich plate of Eggs Benedict. Another classic sweet brunch cocktail is the Aperol Spritz, the slightly bitter and herbaceous flavor of the aperol kicks this orange and prosecco cocktail up a few notches. The Aperol Spritz is also easy to customize with your favorite flavors like mint or fresh berries.