Mimosa

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mimosa mocktail

Mimosa

  • Author: mistressofmocktails
  • Prep Time: 2 mins
  • Total Time: 2 minutes
  • Yield: 1 1x
  • Category: beverage, mocktail
  • Method: pour
  • Cuisine: Australian

Description

A pretty name for a pretty drink. Traditionally orange juice and champagne, this was replaced with my favourite de-alcoholised sparkling cuvee.

Place the slice of orange on the rim first – otherwise you will overflow. Fill with fake champagne, et voila

This turned out pretty orangey actually. It would be more exciting and refreshing with slightly less than 1/3 orange juice, to get more of the bubbles.


Ingredients

Scale
  • 2/3 fake champagne
  • 1/3 orange juice

Instructions

  • Fill a champagne glass one-third with orange juice
  • Garnish with a slice of orange
  • Top with fake champagne
  • Relax

mimosa mocktail ingredients
Fake Champagne

Fake Champagne

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Fake Champagne

4 from 1 review
  • Author: mistressofmocktails
  • Prep Time: 1 min
  • Total Time: 1 minute
  • Yield: 1
  • Category: beverage, mocktail
  • Method: pour
  • Cuisine: Australian

Description

Definitely better than fake news. This is an awesome de-alcoholised champagne. Australian-made, high in antioxidants, low in calories, and tastes fantastic.


Ingredients

  • Bottle of Edenvale Sparkling Cuvee

Instructions

  • Drink
  • Be happy

I really can’t rave enough about the Edenvale range of alcohol-removed wines and sparkling cuvee.
I discovered the cuvee at Woolies one day, attracted by the champagne-style packaging, tried it and never looked back. It’s not one of those sugar-heavy drinks – when they remove the alcohol, a lot of the sugar (and calories) are also removed, but it still tastes like the real thing.

As a bonus, when visiting their website to learn more about them, I found they had a mocktail of the month recipe, based around their non-alcoholic wines. That tipped me over the edge, and I had to buy a case, so I could start experimenting.

Yes, you can garnish with strawberries, sink a frozen raspberry to the bottom, or enjoy it au naturel.