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Buck's Fizz, Vitamin C & Energy Protection

Updated: Feb 12

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Cocktail of the Week

In honor of the Orange-gate Scandal in Episode 50, we’re sipping on Mimosas or as our friends in The UK call them, Buck’s Fizz. For a super Bougie Twist, use tangerine or blood orange juice or add a splash of St. Germian (elderflower liqueur) for a subtle, floral note.

According to The Spruce Eats, this cocktail is said to have been invented in 1925 at Buck's Club in London. It's generally made with 1 part orange juice and 2 parts Champagne. One of its first appearances in writing was in Harry Cradock's "The Savoy Cocktail Book," though that recipe fills the glass just one-quarter of the way with orange juice. The 1930 bartending guide notably lacks the mimosa, so it seems that around the time of Prohibition this cocktail was the better known of the two.

Bougie Bible

Natura Bisse'

Mia's Orange-gate inspired Bougie Bible obsession this week is Natura Bisse’s C+C VITAMIN LINE. The brand promises and delivers to “Reveal a vibrant complexion with nutrient-rich vitamin C products—an antioxidant skincare solution for all ages.” The products smell so good. BOOST YOUR SKIN’S VITALITY. This collection features different, effective forms of vitamin C, plus vitamins F, E and provitamin D. Its formidable vitamin cocktail makes skin look and feel fresh, firm and radiant, whatever your age. The ultimate beauty ally for a vibrant complexion. Check them out at Photo Credit:

The Home Entryway protection Kit from

As the barrier between the inside of your home and the outside world, your entryway can accumulate all sorts of energy. To ensure that your entryway, and the inside of your home, stay energetically safe and secure, it’s important to protect this area of your home. Use the Entryway Protection Crystal Kit, which comes with 1 Selenite Angel, 1 Protective Eye Tassel Hanger and 2 Raw Black Obsidian crystals, to keep bad vibes at bay. Receive 20% off when you sign up. Photo Credit:


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