Everyone knows the best time of the weekend is brunch o'clock, and we say brunch just isn't brunch without a solid cocktail lineup.
You deserve a cocktail selection up to par with your squad, so we've put together the "B Team" cocktail menu. From classic to crafted, they were made to start your weekend morning off right.
The line up includes our favorite go-to drinks like the Tito's Screwdriver, Watermelon Cooler, Garden Party, and of course, our classic Tito's Bloody Mary (what kind of brunch menu would this be without it?). These refreshing cocktails pair perfectly with every brunch dish from French toast to eggs Benedict, and are just as tasty as they look.
Listed below are the recipes for our "B Team" cocktails so you can make them this, next, or every weekend if you'd like.
Start your morning with a classic.
4 oz orange juice
Just add Tito's Handmade Vodka and orange juice to a collins glass over ice.
Stir and garnish with an orange slice.
2 oz fresh watermelon juice
2 oz ginger beer
1/2 oz fresh lime juice
Add Tito's Handmade Vodka, watermelon juice, and lime juice in a rocks glass with ice.
Stir and top with ginger beer.
Garnish with a lime slice.
A classic brunch cocktail, our DIY variation packs some heat. If your guests start sweating, definitely do not apologize.
4 oz your favorite bloody mary mix or make your own (below)
DIY Bloody Mary Mix
4 oz tomato juice
1 dash Worcestershire sauce
1 dash hot sauce
horseradish (to taste)
squeeze fresh lime juice
fresh cracked black pepper
Just add Tito’s Handmade Vodka, bloody mary mix, and ice to a shaker.
Shake and pour everything into a pint glass.
Go wild with your garnishes (it doesn't make you a bad person). Try celery stalks, olives, dill pickles, pickled green beans, lemon, parsley, bacon, cheese cubes, boiled shrimp, etc.
Crafted by: Abdul Ford
2 oz sparkling water
1 oz lemon juice
3/4 oz simple syrup
Add Tito's Handmade Vodka, lemon juice, and simple syrup to a collins glass with ice.
Top with sparkling water and stir.
Garnish with two lemon slices and rosemary and thyme sprigs.