Grand Mimosa

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Serve in a

Flute glass

Garnish:

Strawberry on rim

How to make:

POUR half the champagne into ice-filled glass (preferably a chunk of block ice), then the orange juice, orange liqueur and then the rest of the champagne.

3 fl oz Brut Champagne (chilled)
1 1/2 fl oz Orange juice (freshly squeezed) (chilled)
1/2 fl oz Grand Marnier or other cognac orange liqueur
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Review:

As the name suggests, the orange of Grand Marnier heavily influences this drink. Basically a Mimosa or a Buck's Fizz (orange juice and champagne) with added oomph.

History:

The Mimosa was created in 1925 at the Ritz Hotel, Paris. The Grand Mimosa benefits from the addition of a splash of Grand Marnier liqueur.

The sketchy history of both the Buck's Fizz and Mimosa can be found on our Buck's Fizz and Mimosa cocktail page.

Nutrition:

There are approximately 101 calories in one serving of Grand Mimosa.

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