Ruby Red Mimosa #SundaySupper

We are celebrating all things citrus at #SundaySupper this week.  I love all citrus, especially lemon and grapefruit.  I am not a fan of the fruit part of grapefruit, but I love the juice and things that are flavored with grapefruit.  So when my husband's friend told me about this particular vodka, I knew I had to give it a try.



The freshness of the citrus with the sparkling Prosecco was a perfect combination.  It is dry and a little sweet and sparkling.  The fruit soaks up the citrusy-goodness and it is delicious, too.  Eat it last!

I can see this being my go-to summer drink.  It is so easy to make and it is refreshing.  I keep my vodka in the freezer anyway, so that means the drink will be cold and ready to serve!

Ruby Mimosa

Prosecco (enough to fill your glass, approx 5 oz)
1 oz Grapefruit Vodka (I prefer Deep Eddy Ruby Red)
Strawberry or Raspberry for garnish

Make sure your Prosecco and Vodka are cold.  In a polished champagne glass, pour in the vodka. Add garnish. (I know, garnish usually comes at the end but in this case we want the strawberry to grab the bubbles of the prosecco!).  Slowly pour in the prosecco to the top of the glass.  Stir with a stirring stick, gently.  

Enjoy!

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Terri Steffes
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  1. That looks very good--and sounds refreshing with the grapefruit juice in there. Have a wonderful Sunday, Terri. xo Diana

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  2. I love everything citrusy! These all sound so delicious. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  3. So easy to make and so refreshing! Great tip for keeping the vodka in the freezer. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Ooh a nice list of recipes here. Very tasty. xx

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  5. This drink looks refreshing, we have a pink grapefruit tree will have to try this;)

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  6. I don't drink but will say this looks tasty. Looks extremely refreshing and totally different than anything I've tried. Wouldn't mind trying a sip or two! - jeanine

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  7. That looks amazing! There is nothing better than a good brunch with a nice mimosa on a sunday!

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  8. Looks perfect for a party! i haven't tried to make at home, but definitely tempted to for next time! thanks for sharing!

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  9. This looks refreshing. Reading down through this list, they all sound so amazing and delicious. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. This looks so delicious! And you've shared SO MANY beautiful recipes, that must have taken a lot of time to gather them all together - thank you! x

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  11. You're making me hungry with all the dish suggestions but on top of that, this drink sounds absolutely delightful! I think it's great to have during Spring time! I would love to serve this when I have my girl friends over.

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  12. What a great drink for brunch or on a summer evening.

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  13. Such a pretty refreshing drink! I am obsessed with pink grapefruits:)

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  14. Not only does that drink sound delicious, but it's also very pretty. My other half doesn't really like Grapefruit Vodka-type of drinks, so that means more for me!

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  15. That sounds super yummy! I love anything citrus! I want to try the lemon and blueberry skillet cake!

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  16. Lovely. Perfect for a Mother's Day Brunch

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