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Mimosa Cocktail Recipe

Discover the best Mimosa Cocktail Recipe! This simple recipe simply calls for sparkling wine and orange juice. ideal for special events!

One of the best drink recipes for just about every special event, from brunch to baby showers, is the traditional Mimosa Cocktail Recipe.

The mimosa is the classic brunch beverage and the best way to enjoy brunch and happy hour together. While the traditional recipe calls for chilled orange juice and champagne, if you want to up the ante, there are a number of additions, mix-ins, and substitutions that can give your Sunday standby a fresh new look.

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Mimosa Cocktail Recipe

Cooking method: Mixing
Cuisine: Other
Courses: Drinks
Difficulty: beginner
Prep timeCook TimeRest TimeTotal Time
5 min - 5 min
Servings: 6 person
Calories: 149kcal
Best season: all

History Of Mimosa Coctail Recipe

The yellow-flowered mimosa plant, Acacia dealbata, inspired the name of the cocktail. 

The cocktail’s history is unknown. However it was first known as a “champagne orange.” While Meier’s 1934 book on mixing drinks, which has a specific symbol for his innovations, does not use it for the mimosa cocktail, some attribute the creation of the mimosa cocktail to the bartender and cocktail author of the Paris Ritz, Frank Meier. 

The cocktail Buck’s Fizz is frequently compared to the mimosa. In the 1960s, the mimosa gained popularity in the US. 

The Earl of Mountbatten of Burma served Queen Elizabeth II a mimosa during his trip to the south of France, according to a news report in the Sydney Morning Herald.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Pour champagne into each of the six glasses until they are halfway full, then delicately top each off with orange juice.

    Enjoy, Good Appetite!

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