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.

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

Fall in Love with Autumn Drinks

Villeroy & Boch New Cottage Drinkware

The crisp fall weather makes you want to get together with friends, doesn’t it? Whether you’re watching the big game or hanging out by the fire, you’ll need a fun drink to go with your favorite fall recipes.

Caramel apple martinis taste just like fall. Inspired by fall harvest festivals, bobbing for apples, and those big sticky caramel apples at Halloween, this drink will become a classic you’ll crave each year when fall rolls around!


  • Use a pretty stemmed glass like Villeroy & Boch’s New Cottage Saucer Champagne glass.
  • Before piping the caramel,* put the glasses into the freezer for a few minutes to chill them slightly. Drizzle caramel syrup into the chilled glasses and put them back into the freezer for up to ten minutes while you mix your drinks. This keeps the syrup from pooling at the bottom of the glass. Make a design with the caramel to suit your party theme: a flower, polka dots, a spider web for Halloween parties, etc. Be creative!
  • * Put caramel sauce in a squirt bottle (like they use at coffee houses) to decorate the glass. If you don’t have a squirt bottle, spoon the caramel into a small plastic bag. Work the caramel down into the corner of the bag with your hands. Snip the tip of the bag and pipe the caramel into the glasses. The heat from your hands will warm the caramel slightly, making it easier to pipe into the glasses.
  • In a cocktail shaker filled with ice mix:
    2 parts Butterscotch Schnapps
    2 parts Sour Apple Pucker Schnapps
    1 part vodka
  • Shake and pour into the chilled and decorated glasses. Garnish with a slice of fresh apple or a caramel apple.
  • Variation: Adjust the recipe by using vanilla vodka for a sweeter drink or Vox Green Apple vodka for an extra apple kick.

(Article & Photos by Martie Duncan of MartieKnowsParties.com.)

Villeroy and Boch New Cottage Champagne

(Pictured: Villeroy & Boch New Cottage Saucer Champagne Glasses)