I just love Mimosas! While you might normally think of a mimosa being a brunch or breakfast type drink, I honestly enjoy them any time of day. It doesn’t get easier than orange juice and champagne, and we dressed these up with a little blue curacao to make a festive green St. Patrick’s Day Mimosa.
Whether you want to call this a St. Patrick’s Day Mimosa or a Leprechaun Mimosa is totally up to you, though it does look just right for a Leprechaun, too. The orange juice mixes with the blue curacao to make a really pretty colored drink- which we just love. Obviously, you only need 3 ingredients here- orange juice (we LOVE Simply Orange, you just can’t beat it), your favorite champagne, and blue curacao. To be honest, the orange juice is the star here and I find that this drink is really forgiving, meaning you can opt for the cheaper champagne if you’d like. Why not? For everyday champagne purchases, I love Barefoot Bubbly.
Dress these up with some festive paper straws and your favorite St. Paddy’s decor and you have got quite the set up. Or, you know, just whip one up and enjoy it without all the rest, we are here for that, too.
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How to Make a St. Patrick’s Day Mimosa
- Take your favorite champagne flute- we love stemmed champagne flutes, and the stemless which are so fun.
- Fill your glass about halfway with orange juice.
- Add in just a splash of blue curacao, and have fun watching the colors mix.
- Top off with champagne.
- Stir it, or don’t, if you like the lava-lamp effect. Then, enjoy!
Perfect for a St. Patrick’s Day brunch, girl’s night, or just because you are feeling festive.
When you are making your St. Patrick’s Day Mimosa, these supplies might come in handy-
For a printable version of this recipe, see below-
- Orange Juice
- Blue Curacao
- Fill your glass halfway with orange juice.
- Add a splash of curacao.
- Fill the remainder with champagne.
- Stir & enjoy!
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 232
Nutrition information isn’t always accurate.
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