Mimosa Float

A cool twist on the classiest way to start your morning with booze, for those of us who loved root beer floats as children. I recommend using a wine glass rather than a champagne flute, as the sorbet can be a bit unwieldy and stirring can be difficult with the flute. This could probably be adapted into a punch recipe for weddings and such, but I think it is best enjoyed with one or two friends on the porch on a warm summer morning.

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  • Place 1 small scoop sorbet in bottom of glass.
  • Add 1 shot of triple sec.
  • Fill glass slowly with champagne.
  • Stir before drinking.
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"A cool twist on the classiest way to start your morning with booze, for those of us who loved root beer floats as children. I recommend using a wine glass rather than a champagne flute, as the sorbet can be a bit unwieldy and stirring can be difficult with the flute. This could probably be adapted into a punch recipe for weddings and such, but I think it is best enjoyed with one or two friends on the porch on a warm summer morning."
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  1. abcdefg
    A cool twist on the classiest way to start your morning with booze, for those of us who loved root beer floats as children. I recommend using a wine glass rather than a champagne flute, as the sorbet can be a bit unwieldy and stirring can be difficult with the flute. This could probably be adapted into a punch recipe for weddings and such, but I think it is best enjoyed with one or two friends on the porch on a warm summer morning.
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