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Boozy brunch: fruity mimosa recipe

The mimosa is the big star of any festive brunch!

Indeed, no boozy brunch worthy of the name can be done without this delicious blend of prosecco and orange juice.

Light in alcohol, mimosa goes very well with any dish served at brunch: French toast, scrambled eggs, brioches, waffles, etc. No wonder it’s served so often!

Fruity mimosa, tulips and a bottle of St-Germain

But if you want to diversify your brunch, we offer you a very simple mimosa recipe with a little fruity touch that makes it really delicious!

There are several variations of mimosa that use different citrus juices such as grapefruit, pineapple juice or cranberry juice.

You could also go with other light cocktails such as a Disarronno Fizz or and Iced Tea cocktail, but let’s stick with the classics for this one!

But with this recipe, we keep the original version of the mimosa but we add it a little fruity touch…. I’m talking about adding St-Germain elderberry liqueur.

Deux verres de mimosas

It’s so delicate and tasty, it instantly adds a delicious fruity touch to any cocktail.

See, it doesn’t always have to be complicated when you want to add a little extra to recipes you already know!

You might also like this Bellini recipe with peach nectar and prosecco.
Fruity mimosa recipe with St-Germain Liqueur
Mimosa fruité, tulipes et bouteille de St-Germain
Yield: 1 glass

Fruity Mimosa

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

A fruity and refreshing cocktail, perfect for brunch!


  • 1 oz. elderberry liqueur (St-Germain or other)
  • 3 oz. orange juice
  • Prosecco or cava


  1. In a cup, pour the elderberry liqueur and orange juice.
  2. Complete with the sparkling wine.


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