The Mimosa Cocktail, invented in 1925 by Frank Meier, is one of the popular ones out there. You have probably seen it served at bridal showers, weddings and even as part of first class treatment by some airlines.Making this type of cocktail is as simple as combining equal amounts of Champaign and orange juice. You can however get creative with your recipe and make its variations using any of the methods below:Method 1:Orange Juice + Champaign (The Classic).Ingredients:1 bottle of Champaign (you’ll only need about half a glass of this).Orange juice.Orange wedge to garnish.How to:Serve the Champaign half-way full in a Champaign flute.Fill the remaining half with orange juice.Garnish with lemon wedge.Method 2:Champaign + Orange Juice + Triple SecYou can call it the turned-up mimosa.Ingredients:Orange juice.Triple SecChampaignHow to:Serve the Champaign half-way full in a Champaign flute.Fill the remaining half with equal parts of orange juice and triple sec.Method 3:Champaign + Orange Juice + Blueberries.Ingredients:ChampaignBlueberriesPeach schnappsOrange juiceHow to:Serve the Champaign half-way full in a Champaign flute.Add equal amounts of orange juice and peach SchnappsDrop in some blueberry seeds.Method 4:Champaign + Tomato Juice (Bloody Mary)Ingredients:ChampaignTomato juice.Celery stick to garnishHow to:Salt the glass rim with sweet & spicy seasoning.Serve the Champaign half-way into the glass.Fill the remaining half with tomato juice.Garnish with a celery stick.Of course there are many variations of the Mimosa Cocktail out there. Get experimental. Let us know which one works best for you.Cheers!