12 Days of Cocktails: Day 10 – Sorel Mimosa

If you’ve been a follower of this blog (Thank you! It’s much appreciated!), you’ve probably noticed by now that I am a fan of Sorel Liqueur, a spicy hibiscus and clove liqueur hand-crafted right here in Brooklyn. It was delightful in both the summery Hibiscus Lemonade as well as in the hot cocktail I created for the Atlantic Cellars’ Hometown Holiday Spirits event: The Red Hot American Winter. And it’s pretty much a no-brainer to include in a holiday cocktail because it’s so often described as ‘Christmas in a glass’.

vogue-winter-fashion-magazine-coverThis drink raises the mimosa bar to the next level. If you can find them, use fresh blood oranges for this. And the candied ginger at the bottom of the glass is sweet treat at the end of the drink! The color will be a lovely burgundy dream. If you’re planning on doing a Christmas brunch, this is the drink to serve!

Sorel Mimosa
Candied Ginger
.5 oz Sorel Liqueur
1.5 oz Fresh Blood Orange Juice
3.5 oz Champagne, Dry Sparkling Wine or Prosecco

Build in Champagne Flute in order of ingredients list starting with the candied ginger at the bottom of the glass.

Bottoms Up!

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