Last Updated on November 22, 2021 by Ellen Christian
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Wondering how to make a non alcoholic mimosa? Check out this recipe and learn how to make one of my favorite mimosa mocktail recipes ever.
You are going to LOVE this non-alcoholic orange tangerine mimosa recipe! I’ll let you in on a little secret. I love fruity little drinks in fancy glasses.
Non Alcoholic Mimosa Recipe
Nothing makes me feel more pampered than a sparkling tropical drink on a hot day. I may be sipping it sitting in a lawn chair in my backyard but it still works for me! I can close my eyes and imagine myself on a sandy beach somewhere tropical.
This is also a perfect mocktail to serve over the holidays when your guests want something that goes with brunch. We often make it on New Years Day or Mother’s Day.
What is a good non alcoholic substitute for champagne?
Marty and I don’t drink. So, when I want one of those tropical drinks, I use sparkling mineral water. Mineral water contains dissolved minerals that occur naturally in groundwater. Sparkling mineral water contains not only these dissolved minerals but also contains natural gases or is artificially carbonated with carbon dioxide.
Ferrarelle mineral water goes back millennia. It flows over subterranean rocks that are centuries old in Italy. According to Ferrarelle, when it rains, droplets fall on the extinct volcano, Roccamonfino, and penetrate through to the subsoil.
During its ten-year journey, the water flows inside of the volcano where inside the pyroclastic blanket of rock where it’s purified and picks up certain minerals. During its underground journey, the water meets with carbon dioxide to give it its natural sparkle.
Is there champagne without alcohol?
People often use non alcoholic sparkling wine in a non alcoholic Mimosa recipe. It’s a great substitution for champagne with no alcohol.
What kind of juice goes in mimosas?
Mimosas are champagne-based cocktails typically made with orange juice and sparkling wine. Sometimes people add a squeeze of lime. It is served in a champagne flute with ice cubes and juice. I think you’ll find that most people who make them at home — or in college — tend to use whatever they have on hand: orange, mango, pineapple, guava juices are all common substitutes.
Make a non alcoholic mimosa in these glasses
- Champagne Flute
- Wine Glass
- Traditional tulip glass
Ferrarelle Sparkling Mineral water contains a unique blend of minerals (magnesium, fluoride, potassium, silica bicarbonate, and calcium) that make it Calcium is good for our bone structure and we should take in 1000mg a day. Ferrarelle Sparkling Mineral Water contains 365 mg per liter!
And, Ferrarelle Sparkling Mineral Water has a very smooth taste that’s nice and fresh. It goes particularly well with cheese dishes, ravioli, crepes, and white meat with delicate sauces. It even goes well with pizza!
I decided to try it out in a non-alcoholic orange tangerine mimosa. It’s turned out to be one of our favorite mimosa recipes with fruit.
This was truly amazing and so relaxing on a hot day. I love knowing that there is an all-natural sparkling mineral water that I can use. Look for it in stores near you.
You may also like my Virgin Sangria recipe.
- 1 orange
- 2 tangerines
- 1/3 cup chilled sparkling mineral water
- Juice the fruits and blend together.
- Divide the juice between individual glasses.
- Fill with sparkling mineral water.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 81Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 7mgCarbohydrates: 21gFiber: 3gSugar: 15gProtein: 1g
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