How to Make a Mimosa

When it comes to classic brunch drinks, the Mimosa is as "brunchy" as they come—2 parts this morning's fresh start to 1 part last night's decadence.

Instructions

  • Step 1: Pour O.J. Fill the champagne flute about 2/3 of the way with O.J.
  • Step 2: Top up glass w/ bubbly Slowly top up the glass with bubbly.
  • TIP: For extra zing, add a splash of orange liqueur.
  • Step 3: Stir Gently stir the cocktail.
  • Step 4: Garnish & serve Add an orange slice for garnish and serve.
  • FACT: A Mimosa heavier on Champagne than O.J. is known as a Buck's Fizz — named for London's Buck's Hotel, where it was reportedly invented in 1921.

You Will Need

  • Champagne
  • Fresh squeezed orange juice
  • An orange wedge
  • A champagne flute
  • A spoon

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