5 from 4 reviews
Here’s the trick with watermelon mimosas: they’re only as good as your watermelon. I recently bought a mini watermelon that was pale pink and kind of sour on the inside, and that watermelon would have made lousy watermelon mimosas.
I used a pretty standard store-bought watermelon to make these, but I’m still day dreaming about the sugar baby watermelon I bought at a farmers’ market four years ago when I made that first batch of watermelon juice. Picking out all the seeds wasn’t my favorite activity, but it was worth it.
If mimosas aren’t your favorite, check out my spicy watermelon margaritas from last summer. Also, I tried out Alexa’s trick for cutting watermelon on July 4th, and it was a big hit with my family, so that’s another fun way to prepare watermelon. Cheers to summertime!
What do you do when you have extra watermelon? Make watermelon juice, or better yet, watermelon mimosas! They are a fun twist on classic orange mimosas. These refreshing brunch (or any time) cocktails are supremely simple, but I couldn’t keep the idea to myself. We can’t let good watermelon go to waste.
These watermelon mimosas are a refreshing summer brunch cocktail. They’re great any time of day, really! Recipe yields enough watermelon juice to make one Champagne bottle’s worth of mimosas (that’s 6 to 8 mimosas, depending on how boozy you like them).
Our expert breeders wanted to create a strain that could inebriate all taste buds. To achieve such an enticing terpene profile, they selected two of the tastiest strains around: Tropicanna Cookies and Lemon OG. Both of these parents are rich in limonene, myrcene and other fruity and earthy molecules.
Watermelon Automatic: Cross of Tropicanna Cookies and Lemon OG
Plants grown outdoors grow slightly larger, reaching 90-120cm and producing a more than respectable 100g / plant supply of weed. They grow well in pots, raised beds or directly in the ground.
The best part about growing Mimosa is that you’ll be stocked with wake-and-bake weed for the rest of the year.
In other words, each Mimosa seed is worth ounces of beyond top-shelf buds, meaning you need to take extreme care to ensure germination goes off without a hitch. Aside from the potential of each Mimosa plant — the investment is nothing to sneeze at.
Therefore, it’s best to wait until you have a few harvests under your belt before sprouting your Feminized Mimosa seeds. Remember, you want to make sure each of your Mimosa seeds count — they aren’t cheap!
Mimosa works in the exact same manner, and with over 22% THC — you can bet your bottom dollar it’s going to blow your hair back.
Optimal Growing Conditions and Climate
Next, let’s talk about the flavor and aroma of Mimosa.