5 ways to incorporate Courvoisier Cognac into your brunch recipes


Get ready for two shocking revelations— 1) Cleanliness is NOT the only way to enjoy Cognac. 2) After dinner is not the only time to taste Cognac. As proof, Courvoisier brings you these fun ways to elevate your brunch recipes with Cognac.

Frankly, we’re not surprised that this French cognac house takes our brunch experience to the next level. After all, it has given us award-winning Cognac for almost 200 years. Plus, you can also use that spirit of luxury to create the all-time party drink with fun cocktail recipes while embracing your own Joie De Vivre.

Either way, here are 5 stylish ways to include Courvoisier Cognac (because you only want the best) in your recipes to raise your at-home brunch game—

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Cognac Cocktails

It’s time to ditch the boring mimosas and margs for some crazy good cognac cocktails. And Courvoisier generously shared his custom cocktail recipes for The Gala and The French Twist, which were featured as part of his Courvoisier Brunch series. Looked…

The gala : This is a satisfying citrusy bubbly delight that makes it a cool, light and easy drink. Just what you need to elevate your brunch.

1 ¾ oz. Courvoisier® VS
4-5 parts sweet citrus soda
A slice of fresh citrus

Build all ingredients over ice in a highball glass and stir. Garnish with a slice of citrus and serve.

The French twist: This is a refreshing citrus libation with strong floral notes and a rich, complex flavor profile.

1 ¾ oz Courvoisier VSOP
½ oz. orange curaçao or triple sec
¾ oz. simple syrup
½ oz. fresh lemon juice
3 oz. Fever-Tree® club soda

Place all ingredients except sparkling water over ice in a shaker, shake and strain over fresh crushed ice into a Double Old-Fashioned glass. Top with sparkling water then garnish with a lemon zest.

Coffee Cognac

Spiced coffee and brunch are as inseparable as chocolate chips and cookies. And you can give your cuppa joe a fun French touch by adding 30ml of Courvoisier cognac to 150ml of black coffee and a little sugar. Top it with whipped cream, sprinkles and grated chocolate and your fancy coffee is ready to serve.

Cognac syrup

What better way to up your brunch game than to spice up the most iconic brunch recipe, pancakes and syrup? Yes please! You can make brandy syrup from scratch by boiling 1 part sugar, 2 parts brandy, and fresh orange zest in 1 cup of water. Or you can use regular syrup and mix it with Courvoisier and voila!

Courvoisier brunch
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Cognac desserts

Another way to bring your libation A-game is to alcoholize your desserts. You can go as fancy as you want or as classic as you want with your desserts. From brownie cake to Ischler Törtchen and crème brûlée, whatever dessert you choose, Courvoisier will work its magic. A Google search will give you tons and tons of cognac dessert recipes.

Cognac Dip

It may just be a side dish, but as any foodie will tell you, a dip can really make or break your dish. And the addition of Courvoisier can take your dip to a whole new level. Whether it’s mushroom brandy sauce for wings and fries or apricot brandy sauce for cinnamon rolls and chocolates, it makes everything better.

Here’s to you guys! All the ways to use this rich and flavorful cognac to liven up your brunches.

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