A classic mimosa contains 1 part orange juice, 2 parts champagne. Mimosas may be prepared and served any time of the day, but most often, they accompany a fancy breakfast. You can avoid alcohol but still partake of the fizz-filled fun by preparing a nonalcoholic version of the mimosa.
All About the Fizz
To make a nonalcoholic mimosa, pick your fizzy beverage, which determines the cocktail's taste. A blend of orange juice and sparkling cider results in a bubbling fruit-juice-cocktail flavor. You also can blend your mimosa with gourmet ginger ale, which typically provide more ginger flavor than mainstream soda brands. For a less sweet nonalcoholic mimosa, blend orange juice with plain sparkling water.
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