Sunday, July 23rd, 2017

Upgrade Brunch with a Spritz Bar

Are you tired of always having mimosas and Bloody Marys at brunch? I mean, we can all agree that not all brunch dishes taste good with a glass of orange juice or tomato juice. That’s why we think you should forget about the Bloody Marys and mimosas, and instead try a make-your-own spritz bar!


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Cocktails are a must for brunch, but it’s time to think outside the mimosas and Bloody Marys to complement the thoughtful dishes you’ve planned (pineapple buns, anyone?). Our favorite solution is a make-your-own spritz bar that lets guests get creative with their beverages and gives you one less thing to worry about.

Light and refreshing, spritzes are an excellent choice for summer. The basic recipe is simple: two parts juice, two parts sparkling wine (or seltzer) and one part spirit (tequila, gin or vodka). The key ingredient is the juice, which creates the base of the spritz, so choose a few versatile options that will inspire an array of combinations. Tropical juices are natural choices for the bar, and our favorite is DOLE® Canned Pineapple Juice, the star of recipes like this Pineapple Paradise Soda (which needs just a shot of tequila for an adult twist) or the herbaceous Pineapple Basil Refresher made with vodka.

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