Mimosa Cocktail

Mimosa Cocktail

  • Prep: 5 min
  • Cook Time:
  • Total: 5 min
  • Serving: 1 Serving

This sparkling and refreshing cocktail is served to accompany breakfast or brunch. Use freshly squeezed orange juice for juicy and intense flavor.


  • 1 part freshly squeezed orange juice
  • 2 parts sparkling wine


  1. Pre-chill a champagne glass by placing in the freezer for 5 minutes.
  2. Fill the prepared glass with the orange juice and then slowly add the champagne; serve immediately.

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Comments on "Mimosa Cocktail"

Mark July 11, 2012 | 7:51 AM

Hi Belinda, LOL at sniffing your cfofee soap :-) It is definitely on my "to make" list!Hi Felicity, I'll be letting everyone know how I went - but it's a pity that it takes 4-5 months to cure the soap before I can use it! That's tooo long, LOL.Hi Robbie, Yep, I've got all my safety stuff sorted out, I'm just waiting for a child-free few hours to try it out :-) Ooooh, I *love* the sound of the Bay Rum soap, it sounds like a gorgeous Christmas gift to make. And I also love lemongrass, what a wonderful refreshing smelll it is, it would make a fabulous soap. Ah, the possibilities :-)Hi Naturewitch, By coincidence I just discovered your blog recently too - probably through the same mutual (blogger) friend :-) I was thinking of doing a big batch of plain castille soap too, as I want to use it in the kitchen as well, so it makes more sense to rebatch it into smaller lots, as you say :-)Cheers, Julie