YieldsMakes 6 drinks
To tint the standard orange mimosa different sunset shades, use pink-fleshed Cara Cara oranges or dark red blood oranges. For a stronger drink, add a splash of liqueur to each glass.
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For each drink, pour 2 ounces juice into a champagne flute. Add a splash of Cointreau if using, then top off with about 4 ounces Champagne just before serving. Repeat, keeping the Champagne and juice chilled between drinks.
Virgin Mimosa: Substitute grapefruit-flavored sparkling water for the Champagne and omit the liqueur.
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