Who says you can't have cocktails for breakfast? The every-popular Mimosa is a cocktail typically served to accompany breakfast or brunch. For an alternative to tradition, this contemporary classic inspired by a simple breakfast, is gentle and flavorful. The Breakfast Martini cocktail is enjoyable at any time. Find the Breakfast Martini recipe here.
Of course, when matching cocktails with food, what you choose to drink varies with what you are eating. AMoscow Mule, however, is a fairly safe bet. The balance of clean vodka, fresh citrus and a touch of spice makes it a classic and refreshing all-rounder.
Classically after a meal, we seek a digestif, or occasionally something a little more bitter or intense.
This one depends a lot on your palate. For a bittersweet treat, you can’t beat anEspresso Martini. Cocktail Collective's edition of vanilla liqueur as a subtle, yet effective, sweetner makes it a little more special than your averageEspresso Martini cocktail.
On the other end of the spectrum, aBourbon Old Fashionedoffers more of a strong boozy and citrus-based bitter buzz.
No matter what time of day, there's always an excuse to have a cocktail in hand!