It’s so easy to learn how to set up a festive Mimosa Bar. With the holiday’s right around the corner, I’m sure you’re trying to plan and prepare for entertaining your guests. Are you hosting guests for the long holiday weekend? Or are you simply just inviting friends over for a fun holiday brunch? Either way, hosting brunch is a fun and relaxing way to entertain a crowd simply and economically. Brunch is not complete without plenty of comfort foods and of course everyone’s favorite, mimosas! As The Official Sponsor of Brunch®, Korbel has your brunch spread covered with creative ways to pull together a festive mimosa bar this holiday.
Glassware – Everyone loves a traditional champagne flute, but consider offering a variety of glassware options to allow guests to create their own personalized cocktail. Standard wine glasses are great for topping with fun garnishes, while stemless champagne glasses are a perfect alternative for a casual gathering.
Fruit Juices – Be sure to offer a variety of seasonal fruit juices in addition to your classic orange juice. Try cranberry and pomegranate to give your Korbel a festive color.
Garnishes – Red currants, cranberries, and rosemary springs are seasonal options to dress your drink for the occasion. Set out herbs and fruits with your juice options to allow guests to pick and choose their ingredients.
Bubbly – Offer various champagne styles to appeal to all guests’ taste preferences. Try Korbel Natural, Brut and Brut Rose for a variety of dry and sweet, or learn more about different champagne offerings with Korbel’s California Champagne Selector tool.
Now that you know How To Set Up a Festive Mimosa Bar, don’t forget the comfort foods. Here are a few great brunch items to include.
How To Set Up a Festive Mimosa Bar is written in conjunction with The Official Sponsor of Brunch®, Korbel