Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Mimosa (Pamplemousse Rose at The Source)

A Mimosa is probably the easiest champagne cocktails to make. Just fill a champagne flute half full with orange juice and top with the bubbles.

It also doesn't taste that great, isn't very strong, and is a massive waste of champagne. Just sayin'.

Pamplemousse liqueur by Combier is a fun way to punch the Mimosa up a bit. A half ounce turns it in to a bright and citrus treat (especially if you are using store bought juice--and now I'm wondering if anyone has ever made a fresh-squeezed Mimosa. The thought boggles the mind).
  • 1/2 oz. Pamplemousse Rose
  • 1 oz. chilled orange juice
  • champagne or prosecco 
Build drink in a champagne flute with Pamplemousse rose and orange juice before topping with sparkling wine.

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