A twist on the traditional champagne toast, the Stroke of Midnight is the perfect cocktail to celebrate the New Year.
Sweet, fruity, and floral, Elderflower liqueur is an ideal compliment to the bittersweet citrus and herb flavor of Aperol, and when the two are mixed together with crisp and bubbly Prosecco the result is dangerously refreshing! Bright, light, summery, and super simple to make, the Elderflower Aperol Spritz is sure to be your new go-to cocktail for brunch with friends.
This easy Champagne cocktail can take you through the entire holiday season. The colors are bright and merry, and the bubbles make any party pop.
This bubbly marriage of floral elderberry liqueur, dry champagne, gin and tangy citrus bring a whole new meaning to love at first sight. The slightly rosy hue of the pink lemon makes this cocktail perfect for any blushing bride to sip on her big day.
Mimosas have certainly gained their fame as your favorite brunch cocktail but we can assure you that they are good for any occasion. The ratio of orange juice to Champagne is always subject to opinion but make sure both ingredients are chilled for the most refreshing outcome. Feel free to add a teaspoon of Grand Marnier if you want to make your Mimosa a little more complex. Last but not least, make sure you're never left brunching without one. Enjoy.
At the revamped Merchants restaurant in a 118-year-old Nashville building, suspender-clad mixologists serve old-school drinks like this one from the mid-19th century.
A fun, nonalcoholic take on the popular brunch beverage, this mocktail is full of fresh, tropical flavor that will instantly remind you of summer. You can also easily make it boozy by subbing sparkling wine for the club soda!