Sweet and tangy. A refreshing lemon twist for our Blueberry Lemonade Bellini makes this very berry bellini a perfect fruity favorite brunch sipper, because well we love sparkling brunch drinks don’t we ladies? I know we do.
We went all out on this Creamsicle Mimosa Sunrise Float a few weeks back, so good! Hey weekends are for fun, so this would be a great idea for Holiday Brunch or a Bellini Bar for the wedding shower, but don’t feel like you need an excuse to have the bubbly in the morning! We just felt like having a “special” late morning brunch just because it’s fun, and I still have an excess amount of blueberries in the freezer.
It doesn’t have to be a morning drink; these would be good for watching the sunset on the deck, or in the evening for a dessert drink. Is that a thing? If not it should be. 🙂
Plus blueberries are a superfood, so bonus points for healthy drinking! Or enjoy Homemade Blueberry Sauce or Syrup over ice cream or one of our favorite breakfast is this Blueberry and Bacon French Toast, so good!
Sometimes I like doing a little research to see where things originated. According to Wikipedia, Giovanni Bellini was the inspiration because of his art (he was an Italian Renaissance painter from the 15th-century) and the color on the white peach Bellini, invented sometime between 1934 and 1948. So technically this may or may not be a true Bellini, but a variation since there’s no peaches involved in the making of ours, but there’s so many variations now, that I do believe it’s acceptable.
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