top of page

Easy Cocktails for your Easter Brunch During Quarantine

Updated: Jul 31, 2020

Whether you are planning to have your Easter Brunch with family via Zoom, a low-key celebration with your fellow "quartine-ers", or maybe just something special for yours truly...we've put together some easy recipes, and some tips to take your at-home Easter Brunch Cocktails up a notch.

1. Batch Your Cocktail(s)

We love a good cocktail, but no one likes to have to remake drinks while they are having brunch. You can batch cocktails really in anything... a small pitcher, punch bowl, vase, tea pot...get creative! We've included a few of our favorite crowd pleasing (and springy!) cocktails here. They are perfect for groups of any size. All you need to do is adjust the amounts. For example, if you decide to use an entire 16oz bottle of our mixer, add 8oz of the spirit (for the 2 parts to 1 part recipes).

Hibiscus Sunrise

2 parts Strawberry Manhattan (Darjeeling, Hibiscus, Strawberry)

1 part Tequila

Squeeze of Fresh Lemon

Float Fresh Strawberries

Serve over ice

Citrus Julep

2 parts Citrus Sweet Tea (English Breakfast, Lemon, Lime)

1 part Vodka

Float Mint Sprig and Cucumber

Squeeze of Fresh Lemon

Serve over ice

*Tastes even more delicious if you let it sit for 20 minutes before serving!

White Tea Sangria

Equal Parts Watermelon Margarita (White Tea, Watermelon, Raspberry)

and White Wine (we suggest Pino Grigio or Sauvignon Blanc)

Float Fresh Berries and Orange Slices

Sever Chilled or over Ice

2. Set Up a Cocktail Bar!

It doesn't need to be fancy, but a linen or napkin, a flower and some cut up garnishes go a long way. You can also add a bowl for self serve ice. Voila, your very own Brunch Bar!

3. Make it a Picnic

This requires having a back yard, so we're sorry to any city dwellers! Hopefully very soon we'll be able to be in our parks picnicking again.

But, what better way to ring in Spring than an Easter picnic brunch in your backyard. We could all use a little fresh air.

4. Just add a Garnish!

If you aren't feeling like a mixologist, just add a garnish to your favorite canned beverage and pour it out! A squeeze of fresh citrus, and a wedge can go a long way.

Photo Credit for this Article: Mostess Box & Hub Spot



bottom of page