Brunching at home this weekend? You’ll need something to sip on. From the Recipe Finder, here’s a few choice ideas.

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Breakfast Martini. Have some navy-strength gin on hand? Use it here.

Cilantro Bloody Marys. Ideal for the cilantro (and tequila) lovers.

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Barber’s Brunch, above left. A complex variation of the mimosa, named after the famous stylist of Seville.

Watermelon Mint Zinger, above right. There’s no alcohol here, but it would take well to a number of spirits. Use cantaloupe, mango, pineapple or blood orange instead of the watermelon.

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Brasserie Lebbe, above left. A good way to use pear eau de vie.

Green Goddess, above right. Green tea-infused vodka and an arugula simple syrup add savory notes to this bright drink.