Spring has sprung! With warmer weather on the horizon, it’s time for some refreshing cocktails for your spring bridal brunches or bachelorette parties! These cocktails are straight from The Kitchen in Denver, Colorado and are sure to be a hit at your next event. You’ll be sipping pretty with your friends all while feeling refreshed with these drinks. We love The Kitchen’s cocktails so much we even threw in a few mocktails!
One of the best drinks for any brunch menu, this Bloody Mary is made with spicy, fresh ingredients. It’s the perfect addition to your spring cocktail menu for those who enjoy savory drinks with a bit of a punch.
Bright and sparkling like a warm spring day, the Sunshine Spritz is made with pineapple, lemon, and mint. This drink is perfect for a warm backyard brunch wedding or bridal shower. Or, serve this up poolside at your bachelorette party.
The Persian Lemon is a tart drink sweetened up with sugar on the rim and garnished with a lemon twist. It’s a grown-up twist on a refreshing lemonade. A little bit sou and sweet, this delicious drink is a great addition to your signature cocktail menu at any celebration.
These drinks are great additions to your menu for guests who may not be of age or simply are looking to sip on a non-alcoholic beverage. They’re the perfect spring drink: light and refreshing!
This mocktail’s name is fitting because it’s the one you’ll want to share with all your BFFs. Rosemary, lime and grapefruit juice are just a few ingredients that will inspire you to celebrate with your BFFs.
The lime cordial and rosemary lime syrups require a little more attention, but their taste is worth the extra work! Together they bring the sweet taste to this refreshing drink and add more flavor than adding a typical juice.
This mocktail is one of the Kitchen’s specialty drinks and we can see why. The refreshing taste comes from the orange and lime notes throughout the drink.
A signature drink is a great representation of your style and taste and these drinks will be sure to wow the crowd. And, to personalize any signature drink, come up with a creative title using your names or party location.
If you’re hosting your event at a restaurant or bar, print the recipes above to give to the bartender. He or she will be able to replicate the cocktail, or you can work together to create a unique drink that is similar in flavor.