Hopefully, spring-like weather is coming to Atlanta, Georgia, soon because it has felt as if we have been residents of Seattle, Washington, with all of this rain. During the spring months, I love entertaining with friends! This upcoming spring is going to be extra special because it will be the first spring in our new home with my soon-to-be husband.
When it comes to creating this champagne brunch punch, I’m going to be making it all spring 2020. This drink will be absolutely perfect with a pancake bar or shrimp & grits. It’s sweet, smooth, and extremely addictive. Your champagne brunch punch can be created in batches, or you can create a carafe for you and your guests.
Make sure that all of the ingredients are chilled, and please make sure to serve immediately, after you top your glass with champagne. I used Korbel extra dry. Extra dry champagne compliments all the juices and doesn’t make the cocktail too sweet. Enjoy!
Recipe: Korbel Champagne Brunch Punch
(2) cups of orange juice
(1) cup of cranberry juice
(2) liters of ginger ale
(1) cup of strawberries, sliced
1 bundle of fresh basil
1 orange cut into thin slices
(1) (750ml) bottle Korbel Extra Dry champagne
Combine all of the ingredients, except the champagne, in a large punch bowl, or serving bowl, and stir well to combine. Slowly add champagne, then stir gently to combine. Serve immediately.