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Marvelous Mimosas

Celebrating National Mimosa Day with mimosas four ways!

Prickly Pear Mimosa

A homage to Arizona, the sweet, tart, bright flavors, are accompanied by acidity and the complementary strawberry notes of a rosé.

.25 oz Prickly Pear Juice

.5 oz Lemon Juice

Sparkling Rosé

Method:

Add prickly pear juice & lemon juice to glass. Top with Rosé. Gently Stir. Enjoy!

Cucumber Lime Mimosa

Tangy and refreshing, this juice forward mimosa feels like a day at the spa.

2 oz Cucumber & Lime Juice (Juice of One Lime & 6-8″ cucumber combined)

Dry Prosecco

Method:

Add cucumber lime juice to glass. Top with Prosecco. Gently stir. Enjoy!

Lilikoi Mimosa

Inspired by my time on the Big Island, this tropical take on the mimosa is elevated with the use of lilikoi, a very popular fruit on the island, and the addition of Chambord.

1 Tbsp Fresh Lilikoi (Passion Fruit) Juice

.25 oz Chambord Raspberry Liquor

Champagne

Method:

Add lilikoi juice to glass, followed by the Chambord. Top with Champagne. Gently stir. Enjoy.

Tropical Mimosa

Papaya and orange juice are typically consumed together in south American countries. The combination of a dry Champagne with the natural tropical sweetness of the juices makes for a great balanced mimosa.

.25 oz Papaya Juice

.25 oz Orange Juice

Extra Dry, Brut Champagne

Method:

Add papaya and orange juice to glass. Top with Champagne. Gently stir. Enjoy!