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Turn Your Brunch Party Into Boozy And Bougie Fun

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A brunch party is a social event as well as a meal. It's an opportunity to get together with friends and family, enjoy delectable food, and savour fantastic cocktails. These alcoholic and posh brunch cocktail recipes are perfect if you want to take your brunch party to the next level. These recipes will give your brunch gathering a touch of refinement, whether you're hosting a special event or just enjoying a leisurely Sunday.

Cocktail Recipes For Your Brunch Party

1. Lavender Earl Grey Gin Fizz

The Lavender Earl Grey Gin Fizz is a brunch cocktail that mixes the zest of Gordon's The Original London Dry Gin with the sophisticated flavour of Earl Grey tea for people who enjoy the finer things in life.


- 45 ml Gordon's The Original London Dry Gin

- 30 ml lavender Earl Grey tea, chilled

- 15 ml lavender syrup

- 15 ml fresh lemon juice

- Egg white (optional, for froth)

- Ice cubes

- Dried lavender buds or lemon twist, for garnish


- Brew a cup of Earl Grey tea, add a lavender sachet, and let it chill in the refrigerator.

- In a cocktail shaker, combine 45 ml of Gordon's The Original London Dry Gin, 30 ml of chilled lavender Earl Grey tea, 15 ml of lavender syrup, and 15 ml cof fresh lemon juice.

- If you desire a frothy texture, add an egg white to the shaker.

- Fill the shaker with ice cubes and shake vigorously for about 15-20 seconds.

- Strain the cocktail into a chilled glass.

- Garnish with dried lavender buds or a twist of lemon for a touch of elegance.

2. Tropical Gin Punch

Bring the lush waves and breezy atmosphere in a chilled tall glass to your brunch party table with this gin cocktail recipe. This gin cocktail recipe is more than just a drink; it transports you to a world of brilliant colours, exotic aromas, and the thrill of sharing special moments with friends.


- 45 ml Tanqueray No. Ten Gin

- 30 ml Fresh Pineapple Juice

- 30 ml Fresh Orange Juice

- 15 ml Coconut Cream

- 15 ml Simple Syrup (1:1 sugar and water)

- Pineapple slice and cherry, for garnish


- Fill a shaker with ice.

- Add the Tanqueray No. Ten gin, pineapple juice, orange juice, coconut cream, and simple syrup.

- Shake well to combine.

- Strain into a glass filled with ice.

- Garnish with a pineapple slice and cherry.

3. Classic Bloody Marry

The traditional Bloody Mary offers a symphony of flavours that is both refined and invigorating because of its time-honoured combination of vodka, tomato juice, and sharp herbs. It's a fantastic option for brunches and daytime gatherings thanks to its vivid crimson colour and savoury undertones. We suggest using the crisp and smooth Smirnoff No 21 Vodka to get the most out of this classic cocktail recipe.


- 45 ml Smirnoff No. 21 Vodka

- 120 ml tomato juice

- 15 ml fresh lemon juice

- 1 dash Worcestershire sauce

- 1 dash hot sauce (e.g., Tabasco)

- Salt and black pepper to taste

- Ice cubes

- Celery stalk and lemon wedge for garnish


- In a cocktail shaker, combine Smirnoff No 21 Vodka, tomato juice, fresh lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, hot sauce, salt, and black pepper.

- Add ice cubes to the shaker and shake well.

- Strain the mixture into a tall glass filled with ice.

- Garnish with a celery stalk and a lemon wedge and serve!

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