5 Mimosa Recipes to Try at Your Next Brunch

As the weather gets warmer and warmer, brunching gets better and better. When it is your turn to host, kick it up a notch by adding an exciting new spin on a brunch staple, the mimosa. For your complete enjoyment, we have gathered our favorite elevated mimosa ideas below- and they are all extremely simple to make. Cheers!

Mimosa Glasses

Unique Mimosa Recipes


Blushing Mimosa

This mimosa is a tropical vacation for your taste buds. Enjoy!

  1. Fill each glass ¾ the way with champagne
  2. Add 2 parts orange juice
  3. Add one part pineapple juice
  4. Add a splash of grenadine


Grapefruit Mimosa

Simply substituting orange juice in a classic mimosa gives it a truly enjoyable tropical twist!

  1. Fill each champagne glass ¾ the way with champagne
  2. Top off with fresh-squeezed grapefruit juice


Mimosa Punch

This delightful spin on a classic mimosa is a nostalgic nod to childhood parties and non-alcoholic punch  bowls. We are liking the adult version even better!

  1. Add one small scoop of orange sherbet to each glass
  2. Pour champagne over the sherbet
  3. Garnish with an orange slice


Mimosa Margarita

This mimosa will really get the fiesta started! You can even serve this is a margarita glass for an authentic feel.

  1. Dip each glass rim in water, then in salt
  2. Fill the glass half way with champagne
  3. Add orange juice nearly to the top of the glass, but leave a bit of room
  4. Top with a small dash of tequila
  5. Garnish with an orange slice


Blended Mimosa

We love the blended mimosa because it is a wonderful refreshment in the summertime and it can take on any flavor!

  1. Combine frozen strawberries, raspberries, cranberries (or any other frozen fruit your desire) in a blender with orange juice
  2. Blend to the perfect consistency
  3. Pour the mixture into your glasses and top with chilled champagne


We would love to hear how you enjoyed these five fun and unique mimosa recipes. Tag us on Instagram @VilleroyBochUSA with your beautiful beverage creations! And remember, always serve in style with the perfect glass.

3 Hot Drink Recipes to Enjoy in Your Winter Chalet

hot beverage mugs

We hope that our last blog post inspired your winter lodging getaway at one of our favorite ski resorts. As we mentioned, there’s really not much that is better than cozying up with a warm beverage after a long day on the mountain, so below we have gathered some of our favorite hot drink recipes for you to enjoy after your chilly adventures. Don’t forget to pack your favorite Villeroy & Boch mugs to enjoy these drinks in style!


Peppermint Hot Chocolate


  • 3 cups whole milk
  • ½ cup semisweet chocolate chips
  • 6 ounces Peppermint Schnapps
  • Whipped cream  (optional)


The fun spin on this childhood classic is perfect for wintry months.  In a medium saucepan heat 1 cup milk over low heat until bubbles start to form. Whisk continuously as you add the chocolate chips until melted. Combine remaining milk. Once finished, fill up four mugs and share the fun! Top with whipped cream to really please your inner child.



Irish Coffee


  • Whipped cream (homemade or store bought)
  • Hot coffee
  • Irish whiskey
  • Creamer (optional)


This classic is easy to make and easier to enjoy. Simply pour your favorite coffee into each mug and add 1 ounce of your preferred Irish whiskey. If you need creamer, add it. Otherwise, top each mug with whipped cream and serve immediately.



Spiced Curaçao Coffee


2 oz Chairman´s Reserve Spiced Rum
0.25 oz Orange Curaçao
0.25 oz light brown Muscovado Sugar
1 cup freshly brewed strong full-bodied Coffee
Master of Malt Curaçao Bitters
Whipped Cream


We got this recipe from our friends at 12 Bottle Bar and it has been a favorite for us ever since first sip. Simply add spiced rum, orange Curaçao, coffee and bitters to a large mug or heat-resistant glass and stir together. Top with whipped cream and dust with cinnamon or nutmeg. Enjoy!


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Thanksgiving Toast

Toast your blessings with a fabulous Thanksgiving cocktail that compliments the meal. Cranberry, orange, pomegranate…with the flavors of the season wrapped up in one glass, this will be your go-to cocktail for the holiday season.

Thanksgiving Cocktail

Pictured: Villeroy & Boch New Cottage Saucer Champagne Glasses

Pomegranate Cranberry Kiss Cocktail
(Makes 1)

  • 2 cups ice
  • 2 ounces cranberry juice cocktail
  • 1 ounce Pama Pomegranate Liqueur*
  • ½ ounce orange liqueur
  • Splash of club soda, Prosecco, or Champagne for fizz- optional

Put a cup of ice in the glass to chill it. In a cocktail shaker, add the other cup of ice and all ingredients except the club soda/Prosecco. Shake until very cold. Remove the ice from the glass and pour.

For a festive option, “float” a little club soda, Prosecco, or Champagne on the top of each for a little sparkle.

*If you cannot find Pomegranate liqueur, substitute 1 ounce vodka and ½ ounce pomegranate juice.

Recipe and Photos by Martie Duncan, MartieKnowsParties.com

Thanksgiving Cocktail Recipes