Mimosa recipe

Mimosa Ingredients

Mimosa Instructions

Mimosa is a classic brunch cocktail that is simple to make and perfect for any occasion. This refreshing drink combines champagne or sparkling wine with freshly squeezed orange juice to create a light and bubbly beverage.

To make a Mimosa, start by pouring a chilled glass of champagne or sparkling wine. You can use any type of champagne or sparkling wine that you prefer, but a dry or brut variety works best. Next, add fresh orange juice to the glass. It is important to use freshly squeezed orange juice for the best flavor. You can either squeeze the oranges by hand or use a juicer to extract the juice.

When adding the orange juice, it is best to pour it slowly down the side of the glass to prevent excessive foaming. The ratio of champagne to orange juice can vary depending on your personal preference. Some people enjoy a equal parts ratio, while others prefer more champagne and just a splash of orange juice. Feel free to experiment with different ratios to find what suits your taste buds.

Once you have added the orange juice, gently stir the cocktail with a spoon to combine the flavors. Be careful not to stir too vigorously as it can cause the champagne to lose its bubbles. You want to maintain the effervescence of the drink for a refreshing and fizzy Mimosa.

Lastly, garnish your Mimosa with a fresh orange slice or a sprig of mint for a touch of elegance. This simple garnish adds visual appeal and a hint of flavor to the cocktail.

Mimosas are typically served in champagne flutes or wine glasses to showcase the bubbles and colors of the drink. They are often enjoyed at brunches, weddings, and other celebratory events. The light and citrusy flavors of the Mimosa make it a popular choice for morning or early afternoon gatherings.

Now that you know how to make a Mimosa, it's time to gather your ingredients and give it a try. Whether you're hosting a brunch or simply want to enjoy a refreshing cocktail, a Mimosa is a delicious and easy choice.

Best served in a Collins Glass.

Mimosa Variations RAMOSA | Alimosa | Alimosa |

Mimosa: This is a great fizzy drink prepared with orange juice topped with chilled sparkling champagne. Normally 3 parts of champagne and 2 parts of chilled orange juice are mixed and served chilled in a champagne flute and garnished with cherry or and grenadine syrup. This is often served to first class passengers on Jet airliners. This drink is believed to have been invented at Ritz Hotel, Paris in circa 1925.

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