Brunch is not brunch without a sparkly drink, and Christmas brunch is no different. Whether you are entertaining a crowd or having a small family gathering for two, these Christmas brunch cocktails are the best kind of gift!
This light and refreshing cocktail from How Sweet Eats is seasonal, batchable, and low-ABV. Basically, it’s perfect for your next holiday party! Don’t skip the garnish—the orange twist and rosemary sprig add subtle aromatics that round out the drink beautifully.
This fragrant winter cocktail from Avocado Pesto requires only three easy steps: make a simple syrup, strain and chill, then mix with Prosecco. Once you get the hang of this recipe, use it as a base to experiment with other herbs, fruits, and spices!
On the first day of Christmas, my true love gave to me … a partridge gin cocktail! The Partridge from Gray Whale Gin is perfect for the holidays. It’s refreshing with a mixture of citrus fruit and their herbaceous, briny gin. Ginger liqueur, Chandon Blanc de Noirs, and homemade ginger syrup take this drink to the next level with effervescent soda water to top it off.
It’s time to celebrate the sweet things in life. This cocktail from Posh Little Designs is the perfect combination of sweet and spicy, like a gingerbread cookie with a homemade gingerbread simple syrup that can be used to make more than a cocktail.
Dreaming of a white Christmas? Half- Baked Harvest is spreading cheer with this signature drink with a wintery twist. This Christmas mojito is light and frothy and reminds us of freshly fallen snow. It has a unique combination of coconut rum, mint, pomegranates, and lime.
In T-minus 2 days, it’s Christmas! Time to wrap those last-minute gifts, stuff the stockings, and arm yourself with an amazing cocktail. These festive sparkling Bellinis from Platings + Pairings are perfect to serve at your holiday brunch or as an aperitif before Christmas dinner.
This non-alcoholic Christmas punch from Always Use Butter is a perfect choice if you’re skipping the alcohol this holiday season but still want a grown-up drink. And if you do want a spike, just add a splash of gin!
Southern Living‘s beautiful-colored drink is ideal for brunch and reminds us of all the festive colors of the Christmas season. The tangerine juice and grenadine combo brings to life a sunrise in a glass, making it an ideal sweet pairing to a savory breakfast or brunch!
If you’re looking for a festive brunch cocktail to kick off Christmas Day, this seasonal mimosa might just do the trick. Made with white cranberry juice, rosemary sprigs, and, of course, Prosecco, this recipe from Nifty Mom is the perfect sparkler to toast the holiday with family and friends.
This punch from Kitchen Sanctuary is a lovely, fruity, grown-up drink that makes enough to serve a crowd. Sweet, sparkling, with just a hint of tart, this pretty punch is the star of any Christmas table.
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