Pomegranate Mimosa With a Twist
Sweeten your holiday brunch with a refreshing mimosa made from pomegranate juice and a lemon twist.
- 1 bottle of pomegranate juice
- 1 bottle of champagne, chilled
- 1 lemon
1: Pour 2 parts chilled champagne into a flute.
2: Once the fizz settles, add 1 part pomegranate juice.
3: Use a lemon curler to peel the lemon, then place the garnish along the rim of the flute.
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