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Round Up: 7 Perfect Mommy Cocktails

Round Up: 7 Perfect Mommy Cocktails

Does mommy need a cocktail on Mother's Day? If so, read on and get ready to salivate, because, yes, their pictures are  that pretty.  

Forget the 12 roses and whip up this Strawberry Rose Gin Fizz. Ingredients include strawberries, of course, sugar, gin rose water, a pinch of salt and club soda. Click here to see how to put it all together. 

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This Citrusy Champagne Sangria is ready for fun! Ingredients include grapefruit juice, ginger ale, lemon, blood orange, clementines, honey crisp apple, pomegranate arils, sugar, water, pinch of salt, and chilled champagne. Click here for the deets.

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Grapefruit-Mint Bellini? Oh, yes. Concocted of sugar, water, fresh mint, grapefruit juice, sparkling wine, and garnished with edible flowers. Do the click here for instructions. (Don't you just love those goblets?) 

Photo: Camille Styles

Three simple ingredients--blackberries, St. Germaine, and champagne--are all it takes to make a luscious Blackberry Champagne Cocktail. Click here for the ratios and recipe.

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The ever so charmingly-named Gin Daisy Cocktail sounds like something Jay Gatsby invented one night poolside. It consists of gin, lemon juice, club soda, grenadine, and ice. Visit this page for the complete how-to.

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Can there be a more girly concoction than The Painted Lady Cocktail? Grenadine gives it that Barbie quality, along with gin, simple syrup, lemon juice, and grapefruit juice. Click here for the directions. 

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And how about a cocktail that incorporates one of mommy's favorites...dark chocolate?! The Chocolate Bramble, looks more like a dessert than a cocktail, but who cares? It's creator suggests sipping one as a cool breeze brushes your skin. The recipe calls for unrefined golden caster sugar, lemon juice, gin, blackberry liqueur, blackberries, crushed ice, and our favorite dark chocolate. Click here to read how this 2-part process is all put-together. 

 Photo: Anders Schønnemann/Kyle Cathie

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