Introduction: Tropical Mimosa Recipe

I love juice-y alcoholic drinks, and since it is summer, I thought I'd make a tropical mimosa. What's nice about this is you can substitute the wine (or champagne) for sparkling juice for people who don't want alcohol or for the kids! This tropical mimosa will hit the spot on a warm summer morning!

Step 1: Ingredients

Ingredients:

Supplies:

Step 2: Mix

First, you need to mix your juices together. You can use whatever proportions you want, but here is what I used.

  • 1/2c Mango Nectar
  • 1/2c Pineapple Juice
  • 1/4c Orange Juice

Once you have your juices mixed, you need to mix your Mimosa. I used Paige's recommendation to use a 50/50 ratio of sparkling drink to juice and I poured my sparkling drink in the glass before the juice.

Step 3: Serve

If you want to be classy, use champagne glasses. If you don't care, use whenever you have around!

You can also garnish it with sliced pineapple slices if you want to be really fancy.

Comments

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fs woodworking (author)2016-07-10

Must be very refreshing! Definitely gonna try it. Thank you for sharing...

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You're welcome :)

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Spawnholio666 (author)2016-07-09

Made this last night for my 40th birthday party and it was an instant hit! Thank you.

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That is great to hear!

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laith mohamed (author)2016-07-09

yummy in my tummy

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unbalancedname (author)2016-07-08

Its magnificent :)

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Thanks!

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taifur (author)2016-07-07

Nice & cool

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Penolopy Bulnick (author)taifur2016-07-08

Agreed :)

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