Cranberry Mimosas, or Christmas Mimosas are the perfect refreshment option for your next holiday party or gathering! With its strikingly ruby red color of cranberries and green pop of fresh rosemary sprigs, this drink will catch the eye of everyone around. The tartness of fresh cranberries is a perfect partner for the distinctive taste of your favorite champagne.
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Cranberry Mimosas have the classic combination of holiday flavors that you can enjoy at brunch, holiday parties, or any time you want a refreshing drink with a zing. You can craft this cocktail to your liking, using your favorite champagne or other sparkling wine. You can even use this simple recipe as a template for any other fruity mimosa to enjoy.
This simple recipe for Cranberry Mimosas is great for busy holiday parties, where you can whip up fresh drinks in under a minute. You can even prepare a large serving early in the day for later, just be sure to wait to add the champagne once it is closer to serving time.
Ingredients to Make Cranberry Mimosas:
- Cranberry Juice
- Fresh Cranberries
- Fresh Rosemary
How to Make Cranberry Mimosas:
Add two ounces of cranberry juice to a champagne flute. Pour in four ounces of champagne or sparkling wine. Garnish with fresh cranberries and sprigs of fresh rosemary.
Notes & Tips
Substitutions for Cranberry Mimosas:
- Champagne: Use a dry champagne or a sparkling wine. You can play with the ratio of champagne to juice to make your drink sweeter or stronger.
- Cranberry juice: use a sweetened cranberry juice or add some simple syrup if you accidentally bought unsweetened.
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Cranberry MimosasCourse: DrinksDifficulty: Easy
2 ounces cranberry juice
4 ounces champagne
- Add two ounces of cranberry juice to a champagne flute.
- Pour in four ounces of champagne or sparkling wine.
- Garnish with fresh cranberries and sprigs of fresh rosemary.
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