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Mimosa Recipe

Waste the Day Away in Mimosaville

Mimosas are the quintessential brunch beverage, and I've yet to meet one person who doesn't love to waste away a morning imbibing this cocktail. The ingredients are simple, with only sparkling wine and juice. OJ is, of course, the classic — but feel free to try other juices, too (pineapple, tangerine, mango, the list goes on. . .)

You don't have to splurge on the bottle of sparkling, but make sure it's of good enough quality where you'd likely drink by itself. I always use Segura Viudas Brut Reserva since the bottle is under ten dollars, and just as tasty served alone.

Traditionally, the ratio for a mimosa is one part sparkling wine and one part orange juice, but I always pour my orange juice into a glass jug and just let my guests make their own so they can have it to their liking, since really there is no wrong way! Get the recipe for this hair of the dog by reading more.

Classic Mimosa

Classic Mimosa

Classic Mimosa

Ingredients

  1. 1 bottle of sparkling wine
  2. 1 bottle of orange juice

Directions

  1. Pour one part of sparkling wine into a flute and add one part orange juice.

Makes 8-10 mimosas.

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