There are no such as thing as too early for a glass of mimosa!
Whether it’s going for an unbelievable mimosa-brunch for a weekend…
…a lazy summer with your own glass on the beach day…
… or just the ticket to a long airplane flight…
… mimosa is never the wrong choice.
And you can pay attention with your champagne for mimosa…
… for make sure you choose the best one, you can check on this list about that.
Mimosa is bubbly and fizzy, light and bright…
… the perfect champagne cocktail to add a festive flair to a bubbly occasion.
There’s no better way, to make an ovation than by bubbling a bit with sweetness.
Perfect Mimosa Cocktail Recipe
There are many ways to make a mimosa.
You can start with 2 parts sparkling wine to 1 part orange juice.
But you might want a sweeter drink.
So try starting with a 50/50 ratio and adding more orange juice, if desired.
Let’s jump right in…
What’s In Mimosa?
The list is short and sweet with mimosa ingredients: orange and champagne.
However, authentic champagne is made from grapes only grow in the…
… French Champagne region, so that other regions can’t call it their sparkling wines.
This is costly and since mimics are a mix, I suggest that you save champs…
… for celebrations on their own and instead use a less expensive version.
Let’s hear Naya’s Story!
“I have always been a fan of mimosas.
The perfect way to start off the day or end it with friends and family.
I do not drink much champagne…
… but when I saw St. Regis on my favorite grocery store shelf…
… I decided to give it a try. It was so good!
Not too sweet or sour – just the perfect balance for me!“
What’s The Best Champagne For Mimosa?
What type of champagne for mimosas to use?
Choose California, Oregon and Washington dry or semi-dry sparkling wine.
A Cava Spanish or a Prosecco Italian are also fine choices.
Try them all! Try them all! Because it’s less costly to do at about $12-15 a bottle.
The drier wine balance the sweetness of the juices to enhance the drinkability.
Choose a dry brut if you really want to blow champagne and feel champagne.
So, how many glasses of mimosas can you get per bottle?
For every 750 ml bottle of sparkling wine, plan on getting 6-8 glasses.
Its best served without ice (who would want to dilute them?)…
… so you’ll want to be sure your champagne is kept cold.
Keep on reading to find out!
What’s The Best Juice for Mimosas?
With just two ingredients, make the most of what you have to…
… spend the most to make the best of what you can afford.
It’s pretty simple and easy right?
Unless you have a janky, boozey brunch, quality is important over quantity.
We spoke about the above champagne, aka wine, so all that’s left is the juice.
Make that juice of orange, my darling.
Use a high quality orange juice without pulp for the best mimosas…
… and ensure it is nice and cold.
Fresh orange juice is best, a good store- brand is better…
… and frozen concentrate or nasty orange punch from this mimosa maker’s…
… recipe should be totally overlooked.
All in all…
To Sum Up
Nothing’s perfect than sweet bubbly slight of alcohol taste for celebrate…
… or make a toast.
You can always get your left-over juice, and make your own at home.
A good and freshen-up mimosa is a way to start your day!
All you have to do is grab a good champagne.
We suggest you to use Choose California, Oregon and Washington dry…
… or semi-dry sparkling wine.
You can adjust the sweetness by adding orange juice!
A good mimosa needs a good champagne and orange juice.
If you’re wondering how to make the perfect one, we already put the recipe.
Just follow it and you’ll get the best mimosa!
Tell us what’s your favorite champagne and your mimosa making journey…
… in the comment section bellow!