Sunday Brunch Delights with The Wine and Spirits Cellar
Welcome to our latest blog post, where we explore the best drinks for a Sunday brunch and introduce you to some refreshing creations presented by The Wine and Spirits Cellar in Maryville, TN! We understand that every great brunch starts with tasty beverages. Today, we’ve handpicked three unique, mouthwatering, and easy-to-make recipes that will keep you and your guests coming back for more. Roll up your sleeves, and prepare to craft these liquid wonders!
Sunday Brunch Drink Menu
Pineapple Mimosas 🍍🍾
A tropical twist on the classic mimosa, our Pineapple Mimosas recipe swaps the traditional orange juice for a vibrant burst of pineapple juice. This fruity delight will transport your taste buds straight to a sunny beach.
Origin: The classic mimosa hails from France, but this revamped version draws inspiration from tropical islands where pineapples flourish.
- Champagne or sparkling wine
- Pineapple juice
- Fresh pineapple wedges for garnish
1. Fill half of the champagne flute with pineapple juice.
2. Top the glass with chilled champagne or sparkling wine.
3. Garnish with a fresh pineapple wedge.
Tips: Experiment with flavors! Try rimming the champagne flute with brown sugar or chili powder for a dash of sweet heat.
Hard Kona Latte ☕️🏝
There’s no better way to jazz up your brunch than with a creamy, caffeinated concoction like our Hard Kona Latte. Made with Kahlúa, vanilla vodka, and crème de cacao, this drink is a delightful fusion of bold coffee flavor and smooth, indulgent chocolate.
Origin: This latte with a kick originates from the Kona coffee farms on the Big Island of Hawaii, blending their powerful coffee with a tasty tipple.
- 1 oz Kahlúa
- 1 oz vanilla vodka
- 1 oz crème de cacao
- Coconut milk
- Whipped cream
1. Pour Kahlúa, vanilla vodka, and crème de cacao into a chilled glass mug or mason jar.
2. Fill the chilled mug 1/2 way with ice, leaving room for whipped cream if desired.
3. Top with a pour of coconut milk and stir filling the extra room with ice or whipped cream.
Berry Frosè 🍇🍷
Beat the heat and dazzle your guests with this frosty and fabulous Berry Frosè, a blend of Rosè wine, Luxardo cherries, and pellet ice. Edible glitter adds a touch of whimsy and sparkle to your brunch spread.
Origin: Frosè (frozen rosè) is typically a summertime favorite that originated in the South of France, but we’ve leveled it up with infused rich berry flavors for a year-round treat.
- 1 bottle Rosè wine, frozen into cubes
- 1 cup Luxardo cherries, plus more for garnish
- 2 tablespoons sugar
- 1/4 cup water
- Edible glitter
- In a small pot, combine Luxardo cherries, sugar, and water. Bring to a boil and reduce heat to low. Simmer for 5 minutes until the syrup thickens.
- Strain the mixture through a fine mesh sieve to remove cherry solids. Allow syrup to cool to room temperature.
- Break frozen Rosè into large pieces and place in a food processor or blender with cooled syrup and edible glitter. Blend until smooth, about 1 minute, adding more liquid if needed for desired consistency.
We Have All The Ingredients!
No brunch is complete without some delicious drinks and these brunch delights will add a bit of sparkle to any occasion. With the perfect combination of flavors and fun, your guests are sure to love these boozy treats. Whether you’re entertaining or just enjoying a relaxing weekend at home with friends, The Wine and Spirits Cellar has all the ingredients you need!