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.
A good brunch starts with a cocktail, right? Everyone is familiar with mimosas, which are perfect for brunch. I love this striking blue Jack Frost mimosa. And sangria is always good, whether is brunch, lunch, or dinner.
Try mixing it up a little with these pretty pink drinks. A hibiscus pear cocktail is perfect for a Mother’s Day brunch and is so fun for a girl’s night out, a spa day, a bachelorette party, or a wedding shower.
Aren’t the hibiscus pretty? This cocktail is so easy, too, with only three ingredients. Find pretty glasses to serve them in so the hibiscus flowers are displayed. And all the pretty bubbles, of course!
Having a brunch? Try this Overnight French Toast Casserole or an asparagus fritatta. For dessert, these Vanilla Bean Cookie Bars are always a hit. You can also find this loooong list of brunch recipes.
These champagne cocktails are fruity, girly and spritzy. You can tone them down a little (less alcohol) 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.
If you’re wondering, you can buy a jar of hibiscus flowers on Amazon. There are around ten flowers in each 8.8 ounce jar. The flowers are 100% natural and sustainably farmed in Australia.
More cocktail recipes
Prefer fruit rather than flowers in your drinks? Try:
- Raspberry Rosé Spritzer
- Sparkling Pomegranate Punch
- Sparkling Pink Lemonade (with cocktail option!)
- Watermelon Lemonade with Mint (with cocktail option!)
- Negroni (with Campari, gin, and Red Vermouth)
- Blood Orange Martini
- Grapefruit and Elderflower Cocktail
- Cranberry Margarita Recipe
- Orange Gin and Tonic with Cinnamon
- 1 hibiscus flower in syrup
- 1 1/2 ounces (one shot) of pear vodka, chilled
- champagne, chilled
- Place hibiscus flower in the bottom of a champagne glass.
- Add vodka and then top off glass with champagne. Serve immediately.
- Repeat recipe for as many cocktails are needed.
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