Easy brunch cocktail recipes
Mix up the very best brunch cocktails with our simple and delicious drinks recipes. Try a twist on a classic mimosa, a traditional bloody Mary or something new
Looking for the most delicious and eye-catching brunch cocktails? Want to try the best brunch recipes for your next mega breakfast spread? Break out your cocktail shaker and try a savoury bloody mary, a fruity mojito or a delicate iced tea creation.
Try our ideas below and check out our easy cocktail recipes for even more daring drinks.
Easy brunch cocktail recipes
A buck’s fizz is a brunch staple – make one in minutes using champagne or crémant and sharp orange juice.
Our recipe for this classic cocktail combines vodka, tomato juice, Worcestershire sauce, port and sherry with a few dashes of Tabasco to turn up the heat. Garnish with a celery stick, tomatoes and olives to serve with your fry-up or stack of pancakes.
No respectable brunch spread would be without a mimosa or two. This Italian twist on the traditional buck’s fizz is a great way to change up a classic spritz cocktail. The Aperol lends a great colour and bitter edge to this fruity concoction.
Infusing the vodka adds an extra layer of flavour to our non-alcoholic version of this classic cocktail, great for a booze-free brunch with friends.
A dose of fresh apricots turns this simple cocktail into a summery Italian-inspired triumph. It takes just three ingredients and mere minutes to make this delicately fruity sipper.
Gin, elderflower, cucumber; quintessentially British ingredients that are perfect for creating a refreshing summer cocktail. An English garden is really easy to make and can be made into a jug cocktail, too, just multiply the ingredients by the number of people you want to serve.
Add both sharpness and sweetness to your next martini with fresh passion fruit and lime juice. Vanilla vodka, if you have it, works well in this recipe. Synonymous with good times, this tropical cocktail is sure to set the tone.
A simple, refreshing gin cocktail from Bourne and Hollingsworth Buildings restaurant. Just mix gin with Creme de Peche, a little Earl Grey tea and some lemon juice to make one of our favourite alcoholic iced teas.
A deliciously delicate cocktail, the Hugo calls for elderflower liqueur, sparkling wine, sparkling water and a sprig of fresh mint. You can mix up this simple spritz in minutes.
Give your brunch a caffeinated kick with one of the coolest cocktails around. This punchy little number blends hot espresso and vodka for a boozy treat.
Eke out the last of the warm weather with this easy-drinking wine cocktail. Packed with zesty lemons, juicy oranges and a touch of sweet honey, it's sure to be an instant crowdpleaser.
Mojito fans in particular will love this light, zesty yet punchy cocktail from Brazil. It couldn't be simpler to make and the subtle lime flavour won't overpower any dishes you've paired with it.
This refreshing glassful will whisk you away to the Caribbean! No one could turn down this king of the cocktail menu, made with mint, rum and a touch of sugar.
A classic with a twist, this bright-red concoction uses fresh raspberries, lots of lime juice and white rum. A fruity, refreshing cocktail, perfect for modern brunch plates.