Cinnamon pear mimosa recipe is a beautiful pear juice champagne cocktail. Perfect for a cozy moment with your bestie, a special brunch or a larger group.
This Mimosa is so easy to put together. Even with rimming the glass it’s only a few moments work and then you have this special sparkling white wine cocktail.
The cinnamon pear mimosa is a good brunch menu idea for Thanksgiving or Christmas morning. It’s easy to make but classy. And it’s garnished with a pear slice for the morning breakfast vibe. Perfect brunch recipe.
More Fall Mimosa Recipes:
All of these mimosa recipe will work well for your Christmas brunch menu, winter wedding shower or any ole time you want a light sweet adult refreshment.
Large Group Ideas:
Mimosa bars are a great way to set up for a large group event. They are often more casual and DIY in atmosphere.
Mimosa bars do have advantages to single serving a large group yourself or using a punch bowl. Here’s how they are set up.
- Set out the juice in carafes with garnishes nearby.
- Keep the sparkling white prosecco wine or champagne chilled in a bucket and set out the glasses.
- Now your guests can put together mimosas just the way they like them.
- Easy for you too!
Keep the garnish simple for large parties:
For large groups Rimming the glasses can be done ahead and set in the fridge or on your counter to keep things simpler and less messy.
You can omit the rimming step altogether if it’s just too much bother for a good sized party. Although…
If the cinnamon sugar rim is omitted. You may miss that bit of cinnamon flavor this mimosa recipe is named for. So serve it with a cinnamon stick inside the glass instead.
For mimosas and other champagne cocktails with bubbles and fizz choose tall narrow glasses like champagne flutes. Stemless flutes are great for less formal events and more durable.
The thing is…bubbles escape most easily out of short wide glasses. Choose a longer glass profile with a narrow top to keep the fizz in the glass.
If a champagne flute is not to be found a wine glass is the next best choice. Stay clear of the short round whisky and scotch glasses for sparkling wine drinks. Even a narrow high tom collins glass will work in a pinch.
How Many mimosas to a 750 ml bottle?
So how many mimosas can you make out a 750 ml bottle of bubbly?
Champagne flutes come in various sizes.
You’ll get around 8 mimosas if your are using 9 oz flutes. AND if you are using 1/3 juice to 2/3 sparkling wine proportions.
2/3 Wine to 1/3 juice proportions will decrease to bubbly much faster. It’s all about how you like them.
If you use 6 oz. flutes and do 50/50 proportions you will get quite a few more. Little ones. Very cute. Great for your tea drinkers in the crowd. I might be one of those.
For the most refreshing mimosa CHILL the juice and wine ahead. Give the glass at least 15 minutes in your fridge. The wine and juice should be thoroughly cold. At least an hour in the fridge.
- Chill your glass ahead at least 15 minutes.
- Set your bubbly in the fridge an hour or so before serving.
- Make sure the juice is chilled for a refreshing drink.
The Sugar Cinnamon Rim:
Just follow the visual guide below to see how to rim your glass for this mimosa.
Cinnamon Pear Mimosa Recipe:
The classic mimosa is orange juice and french champagne. Mimosas have come a long way from that. We’ve gone all Fall flavors here.
I am a sweet cocktail drinker. I found both the dry and sweeter sparkling wine very good in this mimosa.
Yes, I’ll take another one. Whichever way you make it. 🙂
- Sparkling white Champagne OR Sparkling white wine
- Pear juice-filtered is best but any will work.
- pear slices for garnish
- cinnamon and sugar
- simple syrup
Making a Mimosa
This is one of the easiest alcoholic drinks you can make. But there are tips that can help you make it even better. The thing is…it’s all about taste and preferences.
If you have an over spill like this try pouring in the bubbly FIRST. Slant the glass a bit to help the champagne slide down the sides without creating bubbles. NOW pour in the juice nice and gentle.
- NEVER shake the bottle of bubbly before you try to open it. The pressure can be quite intense if you do. Bombs away!
- Pour the champagne slowly and carefully into your glass.
- Make sure you leave headroom for the bubbles .
- NEVER stir any champagne cocktail.
- Serve it soon after it’s made for the best chilled refreshing cocktail.
Just follow the steps as you see them below. This is a two ingredient cocktail. Never shaken or stirred. Just pour and drink.
The pear slice is a nice addition to this fall mimosa recipe. Especially if you’re serving it as a brunch cocktail.
- Slice off a thin quarter piece of pear. you want a pretty piece well proportioned to the glass you choose.
- Put a toothpick or bamboo pick through the pear and set on top of your glass.
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Cinnamon pear mimosa recipe is a beautiful pear juice champagne cocktail. Perfect for a cozy moment with your bestie, special brunch or a larger group.
- 32 oz. bottle filtered pear juice
- 750 ml bottle Prosecco, Spanish cava sparkling wine (OR Brut champagne)
- Chill glasses, wine and pear juice ahead.
Rim your Glasses:
- Mix equal parts sugar and cinnamon on a flat plate.
- On a separate small flat plate pour some simple syrup.
- Invert the glasses so just the rim is wetted with simple syrup.
- Now set the wet rim into the sugar cinnamon mixture.
- Set the glasses up and you are ready to pour your mimosas.
Make the Mimosa:
- Pour equal parts pear juice to sparkling wine or champagne into a champagne flute.
- TIP: Slanting the glass will help with the pour. Watch so the bubbles don't get too high.
- Garnish and serve.
This mimosa looks simple and elegant without garnish. To change the look for a particular event or just for fun try this.
- Slice one to three thin slices from a pear quarter.
- Skewer the pear slices and set on top of your mimosa.
- This works well with the sugar rim as shown in this post.
- Always chose a tall narrow glass for best presentation. A champagne glass has the best proportions of width to length for champagne cocktails like this one.
- Chilling the glass ahead and the shape both help give you the best bubbles and they last the longest with the small top of the glass to keep them in.
Rimming the Glass with Cinnamon Sugar:
- Mix equal parts sugar and cinnamon on a small flat plate
- Spread simple syrup on a separate flat plate.
- Invert your CHILLED glass into the simple syrup to wet the rim.
- Now set the wet rim into the sugar cinnamon mixture and swirl until it is well coated.
- Use champagne flutes stemless or stemmed as you prefer.
- Other tall narrow glasses to keep the bubbles in your bubbly.
- Or use a wine glass.
Yields for this recipe:
- You will get different yields for this recipe depending on your glass size and the proportions of wine to juice you choose.
- This recipe yield is assuming a 8 oz. glass and 2/3 wine to 1/3 pear juice. Do as you like. 🙂
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Amount Per Serving Calories 111Total Fat 0gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 0gCholesterol 0mgSodium 12mgCarbohydrates 13gNet Carbohydrates 0gFiber 0gSugar 8gSugar Alcohols 0gProtein 0g
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