Did Someone Say Brunch? Grab a Blanch de Chambly Mimosa!

One of my all time favorite meals is brunch. It is such a delicious combination of foods from all courses coming together in perfect harmony. Everything from eggs and pancakes to bacon, roast beef, shrimp, pastas, desserts and more make it onto the table. Beyond that, there is usually a wide selection of juices, coffees, cocktails, beers, spirits, and usually mimosas; the classic brunch drink of orange juice and champagne.

I do love champagne, but honestly the classic mimosa leaves something to be desired. It always ends up a bit to sharp, and unless you are using very expensive sparkling wine, a bit to tart. Ah ha, beer to the rescue. Here is one of my most favorite beer cocktails that people are always shocked, and then astounded by; the Blanch de Chambly Mimosa! It is smoother, creamier, has a soft vanilla and warm spice character to it, and just compliments orange juice better than champagne can. Read on for the directions, and I dare you to try it!

1) Begin with a bottle of Unibroue’s Blanche de Chambly, which is now widely available throughout North America, and some freshly squeezed orange juice.

2) Find your favorite tulip glass and pour in the orange juice to a third or just below half way up the glass.

3) Top the juice with Blanche de Chambly straight from the fridge to taste. I prefer 60 juice, 40 Chambly.

4) Enjoy!

One Response to Did Someone Say Brunch? Grab a Blanch de Chambly Mimosa!

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