Best Mimosa Recipe for Home Celebrations

Best Mimosa Recipe for Home Celebrations

Looking for the best mimosa recipe?
Mimosas are festive, fun, and easy to make. The basic mimosa is a combination of 50% sparkling wine and 50% orange juice. This beverage is usually served in champagne flutes. Mimosa cocktails are the perfect beverage for celebrating at home.

Most of us are spending more time at home because of COVID-19 . . .

This doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate with a delicious Mimosa. Mimosas hit the spot as the perfect beverage for breakfast, brunch, or evening relaxation. Cheers-2-Wine is pleased to share these mimosa recipes.

Start with a dry sparkling wine for these mimosa drinks.

      • Look for a Sparkling Wine priced between $10 and $20. There are many to choose from. Suggestions include Toad Hollow Risque French Sparkling Wine, a non-vintage sparkling wine from Languedoc-Roussillon, France. Korbel Organic Brut from California is another good choice. Freixenet Cava Carta Nevada Semi Dry from Spain would work well. Any of these sparklers would be a terrific choice!

 

Make Any Day a Special Day With a Delicious Mimosa Cocktail
 


Quick & Easy Mimosas

Ingredients:
Mimosa Orange1 bottle (750 mL) dry Sparkling Wine (chilled)
1 quart of pulp-free orange juice (chilled)
fresh oranges

Instructions:
1. Mix all ingredients into a large pitcher.
2. Pour into chilled champagne glasses and serve immediately.
3. Garnish with an orange slice, if desired.

Note: If you aren’t serving a crowd, save time by pouring equal parts sparkling wine and orange juice directly into the glasses and top with an orange slice.


Super Mimosas

This mimosa requires a little more work than that, but it’s worth it. This is a refreshing beverage made with fresh ingredients and is sure to please.
Ingredients:
1 orange, zested
1 cup half-and-half
1 cup superfine sugar
2 1/2 cups of pulp-free orange juice
1 bottle Sparkling Wine

Instructions:
1. Blend all of the ingredients together in a blender for 30 seconds.
2. Pour into a shallow pan and freeze overnight.
3. Remove the frozen mixture and let it thaw for 10 minutes at room temperature.
4. Spoon orange mixture into champagne flutes. Fill with Sparkling Wine.
5. Garnish with fresh fruit if desired and enjoy!


Mimosa Cocktail

Mimosas on a TrayKick it up a little more with this mimosa cocktail recipe.

Ingredients:
1 quart of pulp-free orange juice (chilled)
1 bottle (750 mL) of dry sparkling wine (chilled)
2 ounces of orange liqueur (such as Grand Marnier or Triple Sec)

Instructions:
1. Mix all of the ingredients in a large pitcher.
2. Pour into chilled champagne glasses. Serve immediately.
3. Garnish with an orange slice, if desired.


Mimosa Sherbet

Super easy and so delicious!

Place once scoop of chilled ice cream sherbet in a Champagne glass. Fill the glass with Spumante. Enjoy! Use orange or raspberry sherbet, whichever you prefer. Garnish with a strawberry, if desired.


Pineapple Strawberry Mimosas

Pineapple Strawberry MimosaThese are easy to make and everyone seems to love strawberries.

Ingredients:
3 cups orange-pineapple juice (chilled)
1 bottle sparking wine (chilled)
strawberries, 1/2 to 1 cup as desired

Instructions:
1. Mix the juice and wine in a pitcher. Add wine and stir.
2. Pour into serving glasses.
3. Garnish with strawberries. Float a few slices in the drink and slide a whole strawberry onto the rim of the glass. This is a refreshing drink.


Special Tips

      • Mimosas taste even better when made with freshly squeezed orange juice.
      • Add a tablespoon of Grand Marnier or TripleSec for an even more delicious mimosa.
      • Add a bit of fresh fruit or holiday sprinkles to each glass.
      • Serve in champagne flutes for a festive touch.
      • Be adventurous – Experiment with other juices such as Pomegranate, Pineapple, Apple, Cranberry, Mango, Grapefruit, or Pear.

Have you tried a Mimosa Recipe from Cheers-2-Wine? If so, please tell us what you thought of the Mimosa. There’s a comment section below.

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