Did you know you can make mimosas with more than just OJ? Well, you do now. These are delicious next level mimosas!
Having brunch is in its own category and there are no rules! Do something different with clever flavor combinations to change up your favorite brunch drink, the Mimosa!
There really is no limit to the flavors of a good mimosa. Choose combinations like strawberry pineapple to blueberry lemonade and serve with any sparkling wine like Champagne, Prosecco or Moscato. Really anything goes! Whether you are celebrating a holiday or its just Sunday Funday (because you deserve it), you’ll enjoy any of these insanely good mimosas.
Move over plain orange juice because other flavors of mimosa are in town! Here’s 9 Next Level Mimosas You Will Love!
Let’s Make Some Mimosas!
1. Rosemary Vanilla Lemonade Mimosas
Found from XO, Katie Rosario
These Rosemary Vanilla Lemonade Mimosas are an elevated version of your favorite lemonade and Sunday morning brunch mimosa to keep you cool on a warm day. By using fresh ingredients like rosemary and vanilla, you get a tasty sweet and tart lemonade mixed with Champagne that’s perfect for a large crowd. Get the recipe at XO, Katie Rosario
2. Pear Nectar Thyme Mimosa
Found from The Glitter Guide
This is a refreshing take on a classic mimosa by switching out the orange juice for pear nectar and adding an aromatic herb like thyme. It’s sweet and savory goes down easy that surely impresses!
3. Lemonade Mimosa with Blood Orange
Found from Sugar and Charm
The blood orange is an insanely good juice that should be used more. This lemonade mimosa with blood orange is the perfect example of using this delicious juice. First of all the color is amazing and the flavor is well balanced, tangy with a little sweetness. This mimosa is so easy to make! One tip is to freeze extra blood orange juice into ice cubes that won’t dilute your mimosa flavor!
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4. Ruby Red Grapefruit Mimosa
Found from Jelly Toast
Don’t be scared to try another citrus juice like grapefruit. Fresh grapefruit juice is amazing and adding elderflower liqueur balances out the sourness!
5. Mimosa Sangria
Found from Sprinkled with Jules
Since everyone loves sangria this mimosa is a real winner! It’s bubbly, fruity, and not overly sweet. The peach schnapps gives it a peachy undertone, and all the fruit flavors blend together from soaking for hours. The result is absolutely delicious!
6. Raspberry Cream Mimosa
Found from Cooks with Cocktails
This is a light and refreshing cocktail that is perfect for the warm weather. The best part is all about the granita (a fruit-based frozen treat) using fresh raspberries. This makes for a deliciously fruity and sweet champagne mimosa drink!
7. Strawberry Pineapple Mimosa
Found from Damn Delicious
This is an easy mimosa that you can make in no time! Best of all, the simple addition of strawberries adds a little bit of color and some wine-soaked strawberries to snack on for later, along with a fun tropical pineapple twist!
8. Spiked Blueberry Lemonade Mimosa
Found from Sunny Sweet Days
This blueberry bubbly blend is a refreshing mix on a fruity brunch cocktail. Perhaps the best part about this recipe is it really only needs two ingredients–the fresh blueberries are optional!
9. Pink Mimosa
Found from Sweet Phi
These pink mimosas are perfect for brunch with the girls! The pink comes from the tasty strawberry banana juice mix. This delicious juice combined with sparkling wine is an insanely good mimosa that all your girls will love!
Bonus: Tequila Sunrise Mimosa
Found from The Blond Cook
Tequila sunrise is a classic cocktail with tequila, orange juice, and a splash of grenadine for the red color but add in some champagne and its a real party! This mimosa will definitely have you loving every minute of brunch!
Have fun making delicious brunch mimosas that are next level! You will love them!
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