Blood Orange Mimosa Pitcher Cocktail

A traditional mimosa is an oz. or 2 (depending UN agency is pouring!) Of fresh-squeezed fruit juice flat-topped with chilly dry Champagne. Today, we’re substitution those navel oranges with the brilliantly-hued juice from blood oranges. This makes a hanging and delicious pitcher drink to serve at brunch. And, as we know, nothing makes brunch higher than a wonderful cocktail.

Blood Orange Mimosa Pitcher Cocktail

Blood oranges, originally from Sicily, square measure sweet like oranges however even have a pleasant bitter balance and a beautiful blood red pulp. If you'll be able to realize them in your market, fresh-squeezed is desirable, however you'll be able to additionally substitute bottled blood fruit juice. Search rigorously, though, as a result of blood fruit juice is totally different than blood soft drink. Blood soft drink is effervescent and will contain extra sweeteners.

Blood Orange Mimosa Pitcher Cocktail


  • 1 (750-ml) bottle dry sparkling wine, such as Prosecco or Cava, chilled
  • 10 to 12 blood oranges, juiced and strained, or 2 1/2 cups blood orange juice
  • 8 to 10 pieces blood orange peel, removed with a vegetable peeler and twisted, for garnish


  1. Pour the blood orange juice into a large pitcher and keep chilled until ready to serve. Just before serving, pour in the chilled sparkling wine, and stir. Serve immediately in coupe glasses or champagne flutes with the blood orange twists for garnish.

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