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4 tips for hosting an at-home Mimosa Bar

Impress the guests with our recs for a winning Mimosa Bar at home.

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a view from above of three mimosa or cocktail drinks with blueberries and lime slices

Play around with flavors, fruits, and presentation to make your at-home Mimosa Bar even more fun (and swoon-worthy).

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Whether hosting a spring party, weekend brunch, or a “mom-osa” celebration for Mother’s Day, we’ve got tips for creating a memorable (and easy) at-home Mimosa Bar:

🍾 Pair well

Since the sweetness of the juice mixes with the sparkling wine or Champagne, you don’t need a high-end boozy base. Go for mid-range, affordable sparkling wine and pair well. Our recs:

🥂 Stir carefully

Stirring can flatten sparkling wine. Instead, let the wine and juice mix naturally (or stir minimally) — and always right before serving.

🫐 Get creative

Make your spread beautiful with a variety of juices and garnishes, like orange, pineapple, pomegranate, and grapefruit juices + berry, peach, citrus, basil, and rosemary garnishes.

Pro tip: For the nondrinkers, have seltzer available for a sparkling alternative.

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