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A Quick Guide To Making A Mimosa Bar

It’s mimosa time everyone! This easy to make drink is the perfect addition to your breakfast or brunch gathering. Here is a quick guide to making a mimosa bar for your event.

First things first, is the ingredients. Mimosa cocktails are made up of chilled citrus juice and champagne. A traditional mimosa is usually made from orange juice but you can really use whatever juice you prefer. When making a mimosa bar I suggest putting out a few different types of juices like orange, pineapple, mango or watermelon. Then include a few bottles of champagne. You can set out a bottle of traditional champagne and maybe a bottle of rose champagne too. With all these options your guests can choose whatever mixture they prefer for their mimosa!

Mimosa Bar

If you don’t want to deal with all the different bottles, you can just grab a few of these bottles of Soleil Mimosa. Choose from 4 different flavors: Classic, Pomegranate, Pineapple and Mango. Just lightly shake the bottle before opening so the juice and champagne can mix well before pouring. You can find these are a liquor store.

Now let’s add on some fruit. In small bowls, place a few different types of fruit your guests can add to their mimosa. I like to use blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, mandarin oranges or pineapple. But you can really use any fruit you’d like. Also try freezing them to help keep the drink cool! Another nice addition is a bottle of grenadine. That way your guests can add a splash of cherry to any drink if they choose!

Mimosa Bar Glasses

Of course let’s not forget the glasses. You can get a nice set of 12 champagne glasses from Amazon for only $32.99. Or you can make a trip to the local thrift store and mix and match glasses. Another option is to use plastic champagne glasses like these.



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