Cocktail and Mimosa Party Drinks with 1883
By: Alyssa Deguzman

As we wrap up 2022 and make our way into 2023, there’s plenty of reasons to gather with loved ones and celebrate. The year may be coming to an end, but the parties are just getting started. Cocktails and mimosas are perfect for any event year-round.

Crafted Cocktails by 1883

1883 specializes in flavored syrups and authentic flavors. Ensuring the best quality for all beverage needs, each syrup is curated with carefully selected ingredients, 100% cane sugar, and pure water from the French Alps. Their syrups are perfect for all cocktails. Here are some recipes you can incorporate into your next event.

1. Yuzu Story

1883 describes this cocktail as a harmonious and coherent mix. Include this citrus cocktail into your next party menu for refreshing fun.

• 1 cl 1883 Maison Routin Yuzu Lemon Syrup
• 2-3 Small Slices Fresh Ginger
• 0.5 cl Lemon Juice
• 1 cl Tangerine Liqueur
• 7 cl Sake

1. Muddle the 2-3 slices of fresh ginger into a shaker.
2. Add the 1883 Yuzu Lemon Syrup, lemon juice, tangerine liqueur, and sake to the shaker.
3. Shake well and serve in a chilled cocktail glass.

2. Tiramisu Martini

1883 describes this martini as appealing and generous. A twist on the classic Italian dessert, this drink is an excellent alternative to the cake.

• 5 cl 1883 Maison Routin Tiramisu Syrup
• 3 cl Spiced Rum
• 3 cl Puerto Rican White Rum
• 1 cl Coffee Liqueur
• 0.5 cl Vanilla Liqueur

1. Pour all ingredients into a shaker, add ice, and shake vigorously for 10 seconds.
2. Strain into a pre-chilled martini glass.
3. Garnish with some crushed Biscoff cookies and coffee beans.

3. Mango Mojito

1883 describes this mojito as a subtle, minty, and sweet flavor.

• 3cl 1883 Maison Routin Mango Syrup
• 2-3 cl Rum
• 6-9 cl Soda Water
• 1 cup Ice
• 5-7 Mint Leaves
• 1 Lemon
• 1 Lime
• 2 tsp Sugar (Optional)

1. In a glass, add in sugar with lemon and mint.
2. Crush the lemon and mint leaves gently with a muddle or spoon to bring out the flavors.
3. Pour in 1883 Mango Syrup, Ice, and Rum.
4. Top off with Soda Water
5. Garnish with Mint Leaves and Lime.

4. Pink Spider

1883 describes this as an after-dinner cocktail with the heady coolness of mint, enhanced by the strength of vodka and a hint of sweetness through a delicate floral touch.

• 1 cl 1883 Maison Routin Rose Syrup
• 4 cl Vodka
• 3 cl White Crème de Menthe

1. Pour ingredients into a mixer glass.
2. Strain into a pre-chilled martini glass.
3. Garnish with a small mint sprig and a rose petal.

DIY Mimosa Bar


Mimosas have become popular over the years, especially when it comes to brunch or bridal parties. Though it’s typically seen as a day drink, mimosas can be enjoyed at any time of day. Having a DIY mimosa bar at your next get-together is sure to be a hit. Guests can customize their own mimosas with whatever flavor they choose and garnish with different fruits.

1883 recommends following these measurements and ingredients to make the perfect mimosa.

• 1-2 pump(s) 1883 Syrup of Choice
• 3 oz Juice of Choice
• 3 oz Brut Champagne

Suggested Mimosa Flavors:

1883 Maison Routin Blackberry Syrup
1883 Maison Routin Blackcurrant Syrup
1883 Maison Routin Blue Curacao Syrup
1883 Maison Routin Elderflower Syrup
1883 Maison Routin Green Apple Syrup
1883 Maison Routin Lavender Syrup
1883 Maison Routin Mango Syrup
1883 Maison Routin Mixed Berries Syrup
1883 Maison Routin Passion Fruit Syrup
1883 Maison Routin Peach Syrup
1883 Maison Routin Raspberry Syrup
1883 Maison Routin Rose Syrup
1883 Maison Routin Strawberry Syrup

Recommended Garnishes:
- Orange
- Cranberry
- Peach
- Pineapple
- Apple
- Pomegranate

Fresh Herbs and Edible Flowers:
- Rose Petals
- Micro Orchids
- Lavender Sprigs
- Thyme
- Mint


- Citrus Wheels
- Berries
- Melon Cubes
- Mango Chunks
- Pomegranate Seeds


Preparation Decorations:
Mimosa Bar
1. Setup a skirted table away from the food. Decide on how you want the table to look and decorate to your liking. Arrange and organize glassware, napkins, straws, measuring spoons and cups, etc.
2. Fill small bowls with garnishes (fruits and herbs) then cover them up. Put juices in carafes and cover.
3. Refrigerate Champagne, fruits, and juices until needed.

DIY Mimosa
1. Add 1-2 pumps of your choice of 1883 Syrup
2. Add equal parts juice and Champagne then stir gently.
3. Garnish and enjoy!


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