Making a mimosa mocktail couldn’t be easier! With just two delicious ingredients and less than two minutes, you are off to a great start to your morning or girls brunch.
Traditionally, mimosas are made from just two ingredients: equal parts champagne and citrus juice, almost always orange. They have a long tradition of being a celebratory breakfast, brunch or wedding drink.
Mimosas, like champagne alone, are best served in a tall flute as this helps bubbles and aromas develop to their fullest. But any glass will do. We talk more about glasses and how to make the perfect mocktail everytime.
Some people have made non-alcoholic mimosas with club soda or sparkling fruit juice but this is just not close enough to the real thing for me. The key to the BEST mimosa mocktail is using non-alcoholic champagne. Honestly, you won’t be able to tell the difference other than how great you still feel after a few.
Since there are only two ingredients in our mimosa mocktails, 0.0% non-alcoholic champagne and orange juice, it is important to use high quality versions of both.
Do mimosas contain alcohol?
Mimosas usually have alcohol rich champagne in them. However, when you find a good quality non-alcoholic champagne, there is no reason why you can’t enjoy the dry yet sweet taste of this classic cocktail.
There are plenty of non-alcoholic champagnes out there but most still have a residual amount of alcohol. I prefer Buonafide 0.0 wines as they are traditionally and Italian made. As stated by them directly…
Grapes are selected from sustainably farmed vineyards , harvested and produced (fermented) in traditional wine making methods. At the end of the wine fermentation process, the next step in the processing is removing the alcohol from the wine in a natural “Reverse Osmosis” filtration method by our Italian Certified Alcohol-Free Wineproducer partner, while maintaining the wines healthy benefits and superior quality.
Once the wines are confirmed 0.0% by lab analysis company PoloLab, the wines then go through yet another process after bottling. The bottled wines go through a pasteurization process that destroys any yeast or bacteria preventing any possible future fermentation within the bottle. This natural process allows wine to maintain its organoleptic properties and enhances the grapes healthy characteristics while equating to significantly Less Calories than regular wine as well as Less Sugar than competing non-alcoholic and alcohol removed wine brands that contain up to .5% alcohol. Wines are Clean, with No Chemical additives or flavorings and are Vegan friendly.
How to make a mimosa mocktail
I promise, this is the simplest mocktail you will ever make! While we do love making exciting themed drinks like you will find in our Halloween mocktails, Thanksgiving mocktails and Christmas mocktails, it’s sometimes nice to just keep it simple.
So here we go… Slowly pour the champagne (sparkling wine) into a tall, thin flute until it is 1/2 way full. Next, pour in orange juice until the glass is full and serve immediately.
Pro Tip: Do not stir, the bubbles will organically mix this delicious drink for you.
What to serve with this non-alcoholic mimosa
Whether you serve them on there own or with something tasty, you are going to love this mimosa mocktail!
If you love this mocktail, be sure to check these out…
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- 1 (750 mL) bottle 0.0 non-alcoholic dry sparkling wine (champagne), chilled
- 3 C REAL orange juice, chilled
- Slowly pour the champagne (sparkling wine) into a tall, thin flute until it is 1/2 way full
- Next, pour in orange juice until the glass is full and serve immediately