If you ask us, half the fun of brunch is all of the fun beverages that abound… and we’re not just talking about booze and bubbly. For your Easter brunch, we’ve gathered up 16 cocktails and mocktails that will make your celebration extra festive for everyone. Each is delightfully springy and just the thing to carry you through to the porch-sipping days of summer.

Clementine and Rosemary Mimosa

1. Clementine and Rosemary Mimosa: Improve upon the usual orange juice and Champagne combo with the addition of a rosemary and clementine simple syrup. (via Lauren Kelp)


2. Sparkling Orange Pom Fizz: There’s nothing like a little pomegranate juice (and Prosecco) in the morning to get things started. (via Brit + Co.)

Ramos (Non) Gin Fizz

3. Ramos (Non) Gin Fizz: This fizz may be gin-less, but it’s no doubt just as delightfully creamy as the original. (via The Merrythought)

Afternoon Tai

4. Afternoon Tai: Afternoon tea meets the mai tai with this tea-infused rum and tropical fruit juice cocktail. (via Tealeaves)

Hibiscus + Rose Iced Tea

5. Hibiscus + Rose Iced Tea: This floral, caffeinated sip is a great mocktail to wake up to (and with) in the morning. (via Matters of the Belly)

The Perfect Paloma

6. The Perfect Paloma: Switch things up with tequila in place of vodka to turn a brunch favorite — the grapefruit-based Greyhound — into The Perfect Paloma. (via Sassy Eats)

Pomegranate Orange Spritzers

7. Pomegranate Orange Spritzers: You only need two ingredients to make this flavorful, fizzy spritzer. (via Design Improvised)

Sleeping Beauty

8. Sleeping Beauty: Be prepared — this sparkling wine and huckleberry vodka cocktail packs a sneaky punch that just might lead to an afternoon nap. (via One Martina)

Peach-Basil Arnold Palmer Cocktail

9. Peach-Basil Arnold Palmer Cocktail: Take this refreshing swizzle from cocktail to mocktail by simply swapping out the sweet tea vodka with iced tea. (via Shared Appetite)

Red Berry Sangria

10. Red Berry Sangria: Here, sweet white wine enhances spring’s first berries, allowing all of their bright flavors to come through. (via The Cookie Rookie)

Blood Orange Faux-Garita

11. Blood Orange Faux-Garita: Amp up freshly squeezed (blood) orange juice with a splash of lime, seltzer and simple syrup. (via Feed Me Seymour)

G + G Cocktail

12. G + G Cocktail: Rosemary enhances the woodsy flavor of gin in this alluring grapefruit-based cocktail. (via Chase the Flavors)

Minty Kale Limeade Mocktails

13. Minty Kale Limeade Mocktails: Lively, bubbly and minty, this green juice meets mocktail is a wholesome, yet fun, quaff to serve for brunch. (via Imma Eat That)

Strawberry-Thyme Lillet Spritzers

14. Strawberry-Thyme Lillet Spritzers: You and your guests will feel extra fancy sipping these herbal, berry-licious spritzers that feature both aromatic Lillet blanc and Champagne. (via What’s Gaby Cooking)

Strawberry Juice (and a Champagne Cocktail)

15. Strawberry Juice (and a Champagne Cocktail): Strawberries, sugar and a mere squeeze of citrus is all it takes to make a fresh juice that kids and adults alike will enjoy. (via Food52)


16. Grapefruit Thyme Fizz: Go for a fragrant-yet-tangy sip by combining thyme with vodka and grapefruit. (via Brit + Co.)

Share your favorite springtime brunch sips with us below!