Sipping a few drinks before a meal can be an interesting exercise. A mild tipple can loosen up any impending stress and help refresh your mind.Some even claim it can help you stimulate those gastric juices and increase your appetitefour-fold. Furthermore, it can revive your senses and brighten up the mood.
Although drinking any kind of alcohol before noon is a much frowned upon social ethic, many love the idea of sippinga few light and fruity tipples on a weekend morning. These indulging cocktails will make your brunches delicious and kick-start your weekend in a blissful manner. So, why not delight your taste buds with these lip-smackingbefore-noon cocktails?
Ramos Gin Fizz
There’s nothing quite likehaving some refreshing orange juice for breakfast or brunch, but what if it was blended with some light gin, egg white, simple syrup, and cream? This creamy and delectable blend of spirits, juices, and cream is popularly known as the Ramos Gin Fizz. Invented by Henry Ramos in 1880s at his Imperial Cabinet Salon, this classy cocktail was and still remains to be popular among brunch lovers worldwide.
The Rob Royis a warm drink that is favoured by men in countries with a colder climate, who often struggle to fight the chilling winter mornings. This cocktail is sweet, smooth and prepared in a way so as to preserve the bitter smoky notes of Scotch. Created by a bartender at Waldorf Astoria New York in 1894, this suavedrink has impressed many spirit lovers who decided to try some Scotch cocktails for a change.
You will absolutely love a cocktail with the smooth flavour of white wine, effervescence of champagne, and goodness of Prosecco. The Honeydew Mimosa is an enchanting cocktail made to satiate your cravings for champagne during the broad daylight. It is a perfect drink to pair with heavy brunches and will strike your tastebuds with its bittersweet flavours and minty after taste.
Morning Glory Fizz
For those who are bold enough to sip Scotch before lunch, this lemony cocktail definitely acts as a boon. Prepared by blending Black Dog Scotch, lime juice, egg white, simple syrup, and soda water, this tart and fizzy drink is perfect to serve at home brunch party. Its original recipe lies in the 1888’s Johnson Bartender Manual. The drink was not popular during that time, but continues to be one of the finest Scotch cocktails available around.
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