Mimosa Drink Recipe

Mimosa drink recipe
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Nutrition Information

Serving size: 1 drink

0.0 g
0 g
2.5 g


How to Make It

  1. Pour chilled orange juice into champagne flutes.
  2. Add chilled champagne.
  3. Optionally garnish with an orange twist.

Preparation notes

  • For extra chill, fill the champagne flute with ice first or chill your champagne flutes.

Comments on Mimosa

  • Tayon
    Apr 25th, 2015
    Can you use any type of champagne, or is there a specific brand needed?
  • Belle
    Aug 17th, 2013
    Hoping to make it our new family tradition starting this Christmas!
  • Loise
    Jun 29th, 2012
    Yummmy I love them
  • Mayra
    Apr 25th, 2012
    Awsome drink love it
  • Bruce Tomlinson
    Feb 15th, 2012
    The Buck Fizz drink (2 parts OJ 1 part champagne) is named after London's Buck's Club where it was invented as an excuse to begin drinking early; it was first served in 1921 by a barman named McGarry. The Mimosa cocktail, invented four years later in Paris, also contains sparkling wine and orange juice, but in equal measures.
  • ashley
    Nov 25th, 2011
    very good drink, im craving this right now
  • Destiny
    Sep 18th, 2011
  • Becky in Texas
    Aug 24th, 2011
    This is a great drink for bridal showers, especially brunch or luncheon types...very light and refreshing! Also great poolside on a hot summer afternoon! Nice to have a strawberry bobbing around in the glass, too!
  • mimosa
    Jan 9th, 2011
    add chambord, its a berry liquer and it's great
  • Angel
    Apr 6th, 2010
    yum tried it wen my mom made it at christmas
  • ang
    Dec 28th, 2009
    Well~This is the first Christmas my family as drink Mimosa~!~ AND we really enjoyed it. So just maybe we can keep it going every Christmas. WE put fresh raspberrys in icetrays...and then added to the drink...WaS GREAT!
  • Mike
    Dec 24th, 2009
    It's also known as a Buck Fizz in Europe.
  • Holly
    Dec 23rd, 2009
    As long as I can remember, in other words, all my 37-year-life, my immediate family has held the tradition to have a glass of mimosa on Christmas Eve as we all gather. I'm curious about the history of this tradition, which is bound to be of European origin. Does anyone know the facts? Do tell! Please email them to me at digitalhearing@embarqmail.com. :D
  • Angels
    Dec 8th, 2009
    Amazingly mind orgasmic
  • dana
    May 15th, 2009

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