Celebrating with a Champagne Cocktail

Celebrating With a Champagne CocktailI don’t know about you, but when it’s time to celebrate, I like a little bubbly in my hand. If you do too, we’re going to get along just fine. And since I’m celebrating this week, I thought there wouldn’t be a more appropriate way than to share with you the champagne cocktail I was sipping on this morning. Hey, there was orange juice in it. And it’s Saturday. And I don’t believe it’s ever too early to drink champagne.

Celebrating With a Champagne CocktailWhat am I celebrating? I found out that The Endless Meal came in 1st place for Best Local Blog in the Westender Best of the City awards! Booyah!! I’ll admit that I might have been jumping up and down when I found out the news.

So here’s a cheers to everyone who voted for The Endless Meal as their favourite local blog! Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Celebrating With a Champagne Cocktail

Celebrating with a Champagne Cocktail
 
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Bubbly and refreshing, the ideal cocktail for a weekend brunch.
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Ingredients
  • Champagne or sparkling wine
  • Orange juice
  • Grand Marnier
  • Orange Bitters
  • Mint leaves
Instructions
  1. Pour a splash of Grand Marnier and 6 or 7 drops of orange bitters into a champagne flute. Fill half way with orange juice then top with champagne or sparkling wine.
  2. Garnish with a fresh mint leaf
  3. Cheers!

About Kristen

Kristen Stevens is the creator and editor of The Endless Meal. She is also the owner of a small underground restaurant in Vancouver, Canada.
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Comments

  1. Karen says

    I have never tried adding Grand Marnier to my mimosas but will have to give it a go at my next brunch.

    • Kristen says

      It was the first time I tried this too. It definitely made it a little extra boozy and delicious. I hope you like it too! :)

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