Rosé Mimosa Cocktail

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This quick and easy Rosé mimosa offers a pink twist on the popular champagne cocktail. Made with sparkling Rosé wine and fresh orange juice, this elegant mixed drink is the perfect mimosa for Rosé lovers. It makes a refreshing addition to your holiday gatherings, baby showers, or a romantic Valentine’s Day celebration. 

A glass of Rosé mimosa on a slate next to an orange and a bottle of Rosé champagne.

Why you’ll love this recipe

  • Elegant & refreshing: Rosé mimosas combine the effervescence and fruitiness of sparkling Rosé wine with the freshness and citrusy notes of fresh orange juice, creating a drink that’s both delicious and refreshing.
  • Perfect for celebrations: Whether you’re hosting a baby shower or bridal shower, planning a Mother’s Day brunch, or simply looking for a delicious adult beverage for weekend brunch, this Rosé mimosa is a great choice for any occasion.
  • Quick & easy: With just two main ingredients and a few simple steps, this mimosa recipe is perfect for those who want a quick and easy way to elevate their brunch experience.

Ingredients

Ingredients for Rosé mimosa.

Sparkling Rosé: Opt for a quality sparkling Rosé wine or Rosé champagne with a gorgeous pink color. Find the Rosé that’s right for you.

Orange juice: Use freshly squeezed and strained orange juice for the best natural fruit flavors. You can also opt for store-bought orange juice if needed. Choose a natural juice instead of an orange-flavored juice with added sugar.

Rosé syrup (optional): If you prefer a sweeter taste and deeper color, you can add 1/2 oz of Rosé syrup or simple syrup. 

Tips

  • Chill ingredients: Ensure the Rosé wine and orange juice are thoroughly chilled before mixing to enhance the refreshing quality of the drink.
  • Quality ingredients: Choose a high-quality Rosé wine for authentic flavor, and opt for fresh, strained orange juice.
  • Experiment with garnishes: Experiment with garnishes like edible flowers, a slice of fresh grapefruit, or a twist of orange peel.

Serving

Serve the Rosé mimosas alongside a brunch spread featuring classic mimosa ingredients. Consider setting up a mimosa bar with different juices and syrups for guests to create their perfect drink.

Variations

Apple cider Rosé mimosa: Replace the orange juice with equal parts apple cider for a fall-inspired twist.

Spice it up: Add a splash of ginger juices for a spicy kick to your mimosa.

Watermelon or strawberry Rosé mimosa: Blend fresh watermelon or strawberries and strain the juice to replace the orange juice for a summery flavor.

FAQ

Can I prepare Rosé Mimosas in advance?

It’s best to mix the Rosé Mimosas just before serving to preserve the fizziness and freshness of the drink.

Can I make alcohol-free mimosas?

Yes, simply choose a non-alcoholic sparkling Rosé wine or alcohol-free pink Champagne.

A glass of Rosé mimosa on a slate next to an orange and a bottle of Rosé champagne.

Rosé Mimosa Cocktail

Caro Jensen
This quick and easy Rosé mimosa offers a pink twist on the popular champagne cocktail. Made with sparkling Rosé wine and fresh orange juice, this elegant mixed drink is the perfect mimosa for Rosé lovers.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Course Drinks
Cuisine American, French
Servings 1 serving
Calories 171 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 1 oz fresh orange juice strained, chilled
  • 4 oz sparkling Rosé wine or Rosé Champagne, chilled
  • 1/2 oz Rosé syrup optional

Orange sugar rim

  • 1 orange wedge
  • 1 tbsp sugar
  • 1/2 tsp orange zest
  • 1 orange peel as garnish

Instructions
 

  • To create the orange sugar rim, take the orange wedge and run it along the outer rim of a champagne flute. Mix sugar and orange zest in a shallow dish. Turn the glass upside down and gently press the moistened rim into the sugar on the plate. Rotate the glass to coat the entire outer rim evenly with orange sugar.
    1 orange wedge, 1 tbsp sugar, 1/2 tsp orange zest
  • Add the strained fresh orange juice to the flute.
    1 oz fresh orange juice
  • Optionally, add Rosé syrup or simple syrup for a sweeter taste.
    1/2 oz Rosé syrup
  • Top up with sparkling Rosé wine or Rosé champagne.
    4 oz sparkling Rosé wine
  • Gently stir to combine the ingredients.
  • Garnish with twisted orange peel or orange slices. Serve immediately.
    1 orange peel

Video

Notes

For more tips on how to make this Rosé mimosa, check out the cream-colored box in the article.

Nutrition

Calories: 171kcalCarbohydrates: 31gProtein: 1gFat: 0.1gSaturated Fat: 0.01gPolyunsaturated Fat: 0.01gMonounsaturated Fat: 0.01gSodium: 17mgPotassium: 217mgFiber: 2gSugar: 27gVitamin A: 141IUVitamin C: 39mgCalcium: 41mgIron: 1mg
Keyword Baby Shower, Brunch, New Year’s Eve, Valentine’s Day
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