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Mimosa Cocktail Recipe - Queen Elizabeth II Method

Mimosa has an average of 150 calories and 10% alcohol content. The main type of alcohol is Champagne.

The Mimosa is a classic brunch cocktail that is simple yet elegant. It is made with equal parts champagne and chilled citrus juice, usually orange juice. The drink was allegedly created at the Ritz Hotel in Paris in the 1920s. The Mimosa is known for its light and refreshing taste, making it a popular choice for celebrations and daytime gatherings. It is often served in a champagne flute and garnished with a twist of orange peel or a fresh berry. The Mimosa's simplicity and versatility have made it a staple at brunches and celebrations worldwide.
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Mimosa Cocktail. Simple Ingredient List.

• 2 oz Orange juice
• 4 oz Champagne or sparkling wine
• Orange twist (for garnish, optional)

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How to Make a Mimosa

• Add Orange Juice: Pour orange juice into a champagne flute.
• Top with Champagne: Gently add champagne.
• Serve: Stir gently and garnish with an orange twist if desired.

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Mimosa Cocktail Recipe - Queen Elizabeth II Method



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