For this mimosa bar I had sliced strawberries, oranges, raspberries, blackberries, and carrot strings. You can use anything you wish and seasonal fruit is always a fun option. It's fun to offer classics like orange but also include some seasonal stuff.
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Mimosas are traditionally served in champagne flutes. Using this type of glass can help you avoid having to carefully measure your drink's ingredients. A standard approach is to fill two-thirds of the glass with champagne, and then top the rest of the glass with orange juice.
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Juice: The juice for the mimosa bar makes the drink. Glasses: Champagne glasses are always fun to use because you are using sparkling booze and this makes it feel like a celebration. Juice Glasses and Labels: I put the juice in clear bottles so the juice color could be brought to life.