Ingredients10 m servings
- Pour the orange liqueur in a shallow bowl; put the sugar in a saucer. Dip just the rims of 6 glasses in the orange liqueur and then in the sugar to form a thin sugared rim.
- Divide remaining orange liqueur and orange juice among the 6 prepared glasses. Top with champagne. Serve immediately.
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Wonderful easy recipe for the holidays! To ensure the sugar crusted on the rim, I made these the evening before with red and white sugar crystal's and let them "sit up"! Preparing ahead of tim...
I gave my sister in law the task of making the Christmas brunch cocktail and she came in with this little gem! Oh my it was so good that 3 of us drank the whole pitcher ourselves. Oh and don't ...
This is insane good. I could drink these all night. Even my husband, the whiskey drinker, liked this. YUM.
OH HOLY COW!!! These were outstanding!! I served these New Years eve and they blew the $50.00 bottle of Gruet Champagne out of the water! I used Patron Citronage, and Turbinado sugar! There we...
A great drink to celebrate Mother's Day (or any occasion for that matter!). These are easy to prepare and a tasty twist on traditional mimosas. A definite make again.
i have been looking for this drink and no one knew how to make it. i will try this drink out this weekend, thank you for the recipe. i find out alot of good menues on all recipes this is the be...
Easy and delicious! I loved the rim with sugar, it looked special! Will make again.
This has been our regular mimosa recipe I've used for years.....nothing is better than this composition in my opinion!