If you're looking for a refreshing and delicious drink for your next brunch, look no further than the classic Mimosa. Combining the sparkle of champagne with the sweet tartness of orange juice, this simple and sophisticated cocktail is perfect for any occasion.

Whether you're hosting a wedding reception, celebrating a birthday or enjoying a casual Sunday brunch with friends, this drink is the perfect way to toast good times and good company. With so many variations and twists on the classic recipe, it is perfect for every taste and occasion.

The drink is a classic cocktail originally served in Paris in the 1920s. It's a simple drink that typically consists of equal parts champagne and orange juice and served in a champagne glass. The drink is a popular drink for brunch because it is light and refreshing and can be enjoyed at any time of the day. It is also a favorite among many women because it is elegant and easy to drink.

Mimosa recipe

Start by chilling the champagne and orange juice in the fridge for at least an hour. When you're ready to make your Mimosa, take equal parts champagne and orange juice and pour them into a champagne glass. Stir gently to combine the ingredients and garnish with an orange slice or a strawberry if you like.


  • 6cl champagne
  • 6cl freshly pressed orangejuice

Mimosa step by step

Tips for making the perfect Mimosa

If you want to make the perfect Mimosa, follow these tips:
– Use chilled champagne and orange juice for the best taste.
– Use a champagne glass to serve your drink as it helps preserve the bubbles.
– Garnish your drink with a slice of orange or a strawberry for an elegant and colorful finish.
– Add a shot of your favorite liqueur or syrup to add extra flavor and complexity.
– Use fresh ingredients whenever possible for the best taste.

Mimosa recipe for a large gathering

If you are planning a large gathering, you can make a large batch of Mimosa instead of mixing each drink individually. Here is the recipe for a punch that serves 16 people:
– 2 bottles of champagne
– 2 liters of orange juice
– Fresh berries for decoration
Combine all ingredients in a large bowl and stir gently to combine. Garnish with fresh berries and serve.

Variations of the classic Mimosa

There are many ways to vary the classic Mimosa, and you can adapt it to every taste. Here are some of our favorite varieties:
Blood orange: Use blood orange juice instead of regular orange juice for a beautiful red color and a slightly more complex flavor.
Sloe gin: Add a shot of sloe gin to your drink for a sweeter, more floral taste.
Spicy: Add a dash of cayenne pepper or a slice of jalapeno to your drink for a spicy twist.
Kir: Add a dash of crème de cassis to your drink for a fruity, berry flavor.
Lavender: Add a spoonful of lavender syrup to your drink for a floral aroma and taste.

Recipes for special occasions

Mimosa is a versatile drink that can be adapted to any occasion. Here are some recipes for special occasions:
Christmas version: Use a mixture of pomegranate juice and champagne for a festive red and green mimosa.
New Year's version: Add a shot of Cointreau or Grand Marnier to your mimosa for an extra festive vibe.
Valentine's Day version: Add a spoonful of strawberry puree to your mimosa for a romantic, red color and a sweet taste.
Halloween version: Use a mix of orange juice and raspberry liqueur for an orange, luscious mimosa.


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