Also called the 'Buck’s Fizz', the Mimosa is a sparkling wine cocktail that's commonly served in the morning and at day-time wedding celebrations.
How to Make a Mimosa Cocktail


Serve in a Flute glass

  • 1 1/2 shots orange juice
  • Top with champagne

Garnish: No garnish

Tools & Equipment

How to Make

  1. Add the orange juice to the flute glass.
  2. Top with champagne carefully to avoid spillage.


While the exact history of the Mimosa is unknown, it’s popularity at brunch in the United States today is only rivaled by the Bloody Mary. While the traditional Mimosa uses Orange Juice, really any juice will do including other popular options such as:

  • Peach nectar or juice
  • Grapefruit juice
  • Pineapple juice
  • Cranberry juice
  • Strawberry puree or nectar

To make any of these other Mimosa variations, simply follow the basic recipe above, but replace the orange juice for your desired other fruit juice or nectar.

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