Are you a fan of brunch? Of course you are! I’ll assume that also means you know a thing or two about mimosas, yes? No brunch is complete without that sweet, sweet mixture of orange juice and champagne.
Try making mimosas on your own and don’t mix correctly, however, and you might have a little bit more of a boozy brunch than you intended. (Speaking from experience here …)
Aldi’s is here to help with their new premixed mimosas. Not only are they the perfect ratio, but it means you can even bring the mimosas if you’re heading out for brunch. (And, of course, when your cocktails are pre-made, you can get to drinking faster!)
The 750-milliliter bottles only costs $8.99, which is about the price of the cheapest bottle of champagne you’d be buying if you tried to make it yourself. Considering how much you can pay for just one mimosa when you have brunch at a restaurant, that is a heck of a steal!
The only difference you’ll find with Aldi’s version, which is simply called Mimosa, is that it uses orange juice and dry white wine, not champagne. Alas, you won’t be getting any fizziness in your morning bevvie! But even without bubbles, the premixed concoction all wrapped up in a sunshine-colored bottle is sure to make your mornings brighter.
Don’t have an Aldi’s near you or don’t want to wait until summer when these bad boys hit the shelves? There are other brands offering premixed mimosas, like Soleil, which can be found at tons of retailers like Kroger, Walgreens, Winn Dixie, Cost Plus World Market and even Whole Foods. The 12.6-ounce cans sell for around $12 each in a variety of flavors, like classic orange, mango, pomegranate and pineapple.
Wow, our brunch plans just got so much easier!