Whoever decided that Mimosas were a breakfast drink is probably my best friend. Sometimes I even like to make a mimosa without the juice. If you’re anything like me, then you are going to love this delicious way to sip on champagne over the holidays. Trust me, cranberry and orange are the perfect marriage for Christmas morning (topped with lots of champagne, that is).
A socially acceptable way to start partying at breakfast.
This easy holiday cocktail is perfect for Christmas morning brunch.
- 2 ounces 100% cranberry juice
- 1 ounce orange juice
- 3 ounces champagne or prosecco
Fill a champagne flute with the cranberry and orange juice, and then top with sparkling wine. Feel free to adjust the ratios to your own liking. Sometimes I like just a small splash of juice and mostly wine. Hehe.
Garnish with small orange slices and fresh or frozen cranberries (the frozen cranberries keep your drink colder for longer).
I prefer 100% cranberry juice because it's less sweet, but you can use the cranberry cocktail juice blend if you'd prefer.
Even just a splash of cranberry juice can take champagne to a whole new level.
Try this easy drink recipe for Valentine’s Day…
Simply pour in an ounce or two of cranberry juice with your favorite champagne, and then garnish with fresh or frozen cranberries. Delish!