If you and your group don’t want to head out, you can still host a killer brunch at home. I know from a personal standpoint, sometimes you’re just tired from going out the night before, even though brunching is still on the brain. Hosting a brunch? Could sound intimidating at first… but the truth is, all you need are the right ingredients.
The right ingredients, plus knowing what your friends like and what is sure to be total crowd pleaser are key elements into making a brunch at home a success.
For instance, make a quality Bloody Mary using Dirty Sue Premium Olive Juice. Dirty Sue was created by a bartender, so you know it tastes delicious! If there’s one thing I’ve learned from avid brunching and creating cocktails that are unparalleled, it’s to take advice from a bartender. They’re the experts and they know what works, so why not follow in their footsteps in the comfort of your own home? This olive juice adds an element to your 2 minute Bloody Mary recipe that will make it stand out and have friends asking for another round.
If you’re the one hosting, your friends will definitely bring over champagne or prosecco. Instead of OJ, top off your glass with Passoã passion fruit liqueur, which mixes with just about anything you already have on your home bar. I looooove a dynamic liqueur that you’re able to play with and have fun! Here are some of my favorite recipes to have at your brunch as well:
1 Part 1 Passoã
2 Parts chilled champagne
A zest of orange
1 Part Passoã
2 Parts rosé wine
Fresh oranges and a handful of berries
0.5 oz Passoã
1.5 oz white rum
0.75 oz fresh lime juice
0.5 oz sugar syrup
Now that I’ve set you up for an awesome brunch at home, which cocktails do you think will be a hit for your get together?