Pear Hibiscus Brunch Cocktail

This Hibiscus Brunch Cocktail is flavored with pear vodka to make it sweet, fruity, and extra girly. All your party guests will be impressed by this one.

Pear Hibiscus Brunch Cocktail | RachelCooks.com

Every good brunch starts with a cocktail, right? Everyone is familiar with the mimosa, and then there is sangria, but I mixed it up a little with these pretty pink drinks. They would be perfect for a Mother’s Day brunch and would be so fun for a girl’s night out, a spa day, a bachelorette party, or a wedding shower.

These Pear Hibiscus Brunch Cocktails are a perfect way to kick it off a brunch. I’ll bring bringing you more brunch recipes all week. Updated: Now that brunch week is over — make sure to check out the sugar cookie bars and the asparagus fritatta! You can also find thisย loooong list of brunch recipes.

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These champagne cocktails are fruity, girly and spritzy. You can tone them down a little by cutting back on the pear vodka. If you notice in one of my pictures that one of the cocktails is a darker shade of pink, that is due to the amount of hibiscus syrup that went along for the ride with the Hibiscus Flower (affiliate link). That will also make the cocktail slightly sweeter.

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Hibiscus Brunch Cocktail

Yield: 1 Serving

Prep Time: 2 minutes

This Hibiscus Brunch Cocktail is flavored with pear vodka to make it sweet, fruity, and extra girly. All your party guests will be impressed by this one.

Ingredients:

  • 1 hibiscus flower in syrup
  • 1 and 1/2 ounces (one shot) of pear vodka, chilled
  • champagne, chilled

Directions:

  1. Place hibiscus flower in the bottom of a champagne glass.
  2. Add vodka and then top off glass with champagne. Serve immediately. Repeat entire recipe for as many cocktails are needed.

Verdict: Loving this drink!
Husband’s take: He likely wouldn’t be caught dead drinking a girly drink like this.
Changes I would make: None!
Difficulty: The hardest part is opening the bottle of champagne.

   
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82 comments

  1. Oh Rachel, this looks fabulous! Perfect for mother’s day brunch!

  2. Holy giveaway my friend!!

  3. This drink is so pretty. I don’t think I’ve ever had hibiscus before. What does it taste like? I want to try it.

  4. You are so right – every brunch needs a good cocktail and this is a great one. Sounds amazing, friend!

  5. So pretty! My husband wouldn’t be caught dead drinking it either. Wowza that’s alotta prizes girlfriend.

  6. Oh Rachel, these are beautiful! So shiny. I’m easily distracted by the bubbles… ๐Ÿ˜‰

  7. This is so elegant! The color is amazing!

  8. this is a beautiful drink – i have never had hibiscus but its so girly, I want it

  9. These are gorgeous! I love how the flower looks in the flute ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. You made bubbly even more beautiful! I love this!

  11. These are so pretty and perfect for a girls brunch!

  12. I love the flowers!

  13. Love all the brunch ideas. The cocktail with champagne makes it a party

  14. What a beautiful cocktail! I’m impressed by the lighting in your pictures. I can never get back lit photos to look right.

  15. These cocktails are stunning! The giveaways are great too ๐Ÿ™‚

  16. “The hardest part is opening the champagne bottle.” Haha… love it! Looks like a gorgeous cocktail for any special occasion!

  17. This drink looks gorgeous and I’m sure it tastes amazing, too!

  18. Brunch favorite is ALWAYS pancakes. Always.

  19. This is so beautiful! I love the light pink color that hibiscus brings to the champagne. I could sip on this all day long ๐Ÿ™‚

  20. I love adding hibiscus flowers to champagne! So pretty and tasty!

  21. What a gorgeous cocktail! I love how girly it is!

  22. I really love champagne cocktails, they’re always easy to make & so festive! I’ve never tried hibiscus anything – I think!

  23. Mimosas!

  24. I ove fitatas for brunch

  25. Love the green kitchen aid mixer!

  26. I love the taste of pear and this drink is so pretty. Where do you find Hibiscus flower??

  27. I love hibiscus! In Spanish is called Jamaica and there’s nothing better on a hot day. YUM!

  28. This. This cocktail is my favorite #brunchweek recipe! Looks so pretty.

  29. This cocktail will be served up at my sister’s birthday party tomorrow night! Thanks for the inspiration.

  30. This looks delish!!!

  31. I love this cocktail! So pretty!!!

  32. I would have to say that my favorite brunch food is scones…there’s just something about them…

  33. What a good-looking drink! I bet it tastes divine too!

  34. Wow…a super fancy drink that I’m looking for at Mother’s Day …..didn’t even know there was pear vodka ๐Ÿ™‚

  35. Great prizes!

  36. i don’t know if I’ve ever had hibiscus. This looks like a very classy cocktail!

  37. This cocktail sounds delicious!

  38. To be fair…opening champagne bottles is pretty difficult (and scary)… ๐Ÿ˜‰

    This is gorgeous! I could probably have a few too many ๐Ÿ™‚

  39. Love this pink cocktail- looks like a delicious addition for brunch. My favorite brunch dish is definitely French toast or Chicken with Waffles

  40. Pear and hibiscus, what a gorgeous combination, Rachel!

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  42. love champagne cocktails! this looks great!!

  43. I love chocolate chip scones!

  44. Ooooo…eeeee…love me some champagne cocktails! I’m also loving this brunch week, fun!

  45. My favorite brunch food is a poached egg on a bed of roasted asparagus covered in Julia Child’s hollandaise sauce.

  46. I can’t stop staring at this. Divine!

  47. Your Pear Hibiscus cocktail sounds wonderful and looks so elegant. I gotta get some hibiscus on hand to try this out.

  48. Your new frittata looks great!

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  50. Your chocolate chip muffins look fab!

  51. Your Pear Hibiscus cocktail sounds wonderful and looks so elegant. I gotta get some hibiscus on hand to try this out.

  52. Your Pear Hibiscus cocktail sounds wonderful and looks so elegant. I gotta get some hibiscus on hand to try this out.

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  58. That looks soo good!! Thank you for sharing your recipe ๐Ÿ™‚ will definitely give this a try!

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