|The perfect mimosa recipe begins with the best ingredients. The oranges might not like it, but you will love it.|
Mimosa's are one of my household favorites. They are inexpensive to make, delicious to drink, and they impress the hell out of your guests when they are made right. My goal here is to add a value to your treasure chest of easy-to-make-drinks that impress your guests and or wow your ... whoever ... by giving you a few tips to succeed where others have most certainly failed.
Traditional Mimosa recipes mix equal parts sparkling wine and orange juice, but what most recipes don't clarify is that the ingredients matter. It is a leisure drink that someone usually offers you at a party, or a server brings you from the bar at the hotel where you are staying. (How is/was your vacation?) But, what if you want to make a mimosa at home, for a party you're throwing, or when you and your honey are relaxing on the weekend?
First off, there is a right way and several wrong ways to make a mimosa. The ingredients matter. Small differences in quality can have profound effects in the way a mimosa tastes. Obviously, the better something tastes, the more pleasure you will experience. You want to have a good mimosa, don't you? Please say yes ...