Hosting a Mother's Day brunch? Treating your queen to breakfast in bed? We've got a motherlode of next-level cocktail recipes to whip up for Mothering Sunday - or any day you wanna show your mum some boozy love.
A drink with a name worthy of the perfect lady in your life, this one's perfect if your mum likes things a little peachy.
Add all ingredients to a shaker and shake without ice (this is called a dry shake, and it helps the egg white get its froth on). Add ice and shake again. Strain and serve.
Don't have the funds to send her on the beach holiday she deserves? Get some rum-ma in your mumma instead! There's no better drink for the job than this tiki classic, which does it BIG with two types of rum.
Combine the first four ingredients in an ice-filled shaker. Shake what ya mama gave you and strain into a rocks glass with ice. Float the dark rum on top and garnish that bad boy.
For a taste of the English countryside, this recipe from the legends at Cotswolds Distillery is the one - it's a riff on the classic Clover Club, with an extra zing from lime juice and fresh mint.
Muddle the raspberries and mint, then shake all ingredients over ice and strain back into shaker. Dry shake and fine strain into a chilled Martini glass. Garnish with the remaining raspberries.
If your mum's a whisky lover, she'll go nuts for this bad boy made with blended Scotch Noble Rebel.
Combine the sugar and bitters in a rocks glass, then add a splash of warm water and stir until the sugar is nearly dissolved. Add a large ice cube to the glass, followed by the whisky, and gently stir to combine. Garnish with the walnut.
There's a secret to making a perfect Garibaldi, AKA the best brunch cocktail in the game (sorry, Buck's Fizz fans). Lucky for you, we're spillin' the tea so you can mix one up for mum...
Add the orange juice to a blender and give it a whizz - this is key, 'cos it makes the OJ fluffy AF. Add the red bitter to a glass over ice, then pour the OJ over and garnish.
Your mum's got main character energy, and so does this mega-luxurious serve - it's a perfect match, no?
Place the sugar cube on a plate and soak with the bitters, then add the cube to a Champagne flute. Pour in the Cognac, then top up with Champagne. Express the orange twist over the drink and use it as garnish.
Want more ideas for epic Mother's Day celebrations? Check out our guide to the best places to take ya mama.