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Ditch The Mimosa In Favor of These 6 Brunch Cocktails

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Orange Whip from Folc
226 E. Olmos Drive, (210) 822-0100
It’s basically a boozy Orange Julius with vodka, rum, orange juice, cream, lemon and sugar. A tasty little shake to get your juices going. 

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Bloody mary's Hillbilly Cousin from Mash’d
17623 La Cantera Pkwy., #107, (210) 538-5833
We're talking moonshine, y'all. Mash'd takes moonshine infused with tomato, garlic and jalapeño, mixed with a signature bloody mary mix prepared in-house with chipotle peppers. Add jumbo shrimp for $1 more each.


Rebecca Creek bloody mary from Lüke San Antonio 
125 E. Houston St., (210) 227-5853
Ditch that mimosa for a big ass bloody and an Alamo Beer chaser. This 28-ounce shareable beverage will help wake you up for Sunday brunch and it comes with a small market's worth of snacks to nosh on while you wait for your eggs. Win-win-win.

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