SUNRISE MIMOSA (SALLYE)

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By
@grandedame

This is a staple for Florida weekend morning brunches.

Rating:

★★★★★ 2 votes

Comments:
Prep:
5 Min
Method:
No-Cook or Other

Ingredients

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  • 1 bottle
    dry champagne***
  • 1/2 gal
    orange juice (fresh if available)
  • ·
    triple sec or grand marnier
  • 1 medium
    orange sliced thin (optional)

How to Make SUNRISE MIMOSA (SALLYE)

Step-by-Step

  1. NOTE: IT IS IMPORTANT TO KEEP CHAMPAGNE & ORANGE JUICE CHILLED.

    Pour orange juice into glass pitcher and nestle pitcher in a large bowl filled with ice.

    Open champagne and nestle bottle in a large iced filled bowl
  2. In champagne flute or wine glass, pour 2 ounces chilled orange juice and then 3 ounces of champagne.

    If desired, you can place a small amount of crushed ice in bottom of glass before pouring liquids into it.

    Note: Always pour orange juice in first to mitigate sticky glass. DO NOT STIR AS THIS WILL FLATTEN CHAMPAGNE !!!

    Place a drop of triple sec in the center of the mixture and let it settle into a beautiful "sunrise".

    Garnish rim of glass with orange slice (optional)
  3. ***For non-alcoholic mimosa, use 7-up, Sprite or sparkling white grape juice.
  4. ENJOY!!!

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About SUNRISE MIMOSA (SALLYE)

Main Ingredient: Alcohol
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: Quick & Easy


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