HOW TO MAKE PINEAPPLE UPSIDE-DOWN MIMOSAS.
Due to their exceptional flavor fusion of conventional mimosa and the flavors of sweet and tropical pineapple upside-down cake, these Pineapple Upside Down Mimosas are extremely addictive.
The alcoholic drink, which is bubbly and sweet, is a delightful addition to a celebration, a special brunch with the girls, or even as a festive sundowner on a warm summer evening.
This alcoholic beverage can be readily converted into a version that doesn’t contain any alcohol by making a few simple changes.
A pineapple upside-down mimosa is an ideal beverage to enjoy for breakfast or brunch because it combines the flavors of a traditional mimosa with those of a pineapple upside-down cake. Yummy! This thirst-quenching and playful beverage is packed to the brim with flavors of the tropics and is certain to whisk you away to a tropical paradise complete with sandy beaches.
And if you want to make a non-alcoholic version of this drink, you can substitute sparkling apple juice or non-alcoholic champagne for the alcoholic component.
Brut champagne; I used 16-ounces.
Pineapple juice; you’ll need 10-ounces.
4-ounces.Of vanilla rum.
Grenadine; I only used 2-ounces.
Pineapple slices and Maraschino cherries, for decoration.
To begin, you need to pour the champagne, pineapple juice, rum, and grenadine into a champagne flute. Serve immediately.
Next, you’ll need to add the maraschino cherries and pineapple slices on top.
It’s best to mix it up before you drink it.
To make your pineapple upside-down mimosas more eye-catching, garnish them with sliced pineapple and maraschino cherries before serving.
You should serve these pineapple upside-down mimosas in champagne flutes for the best presentation, but you could also serve them in a pitcher and let your guests pour their own drinks if you are expecting a large number of people to visit your home. This is a great idea for when you are expecting a lot