Last Updated on May 4, 2023 by The Noms
Wondering what the best champagne drinks for Easter are? From sparkling brunch cocktails, wine spritzers, pitcher cocktails and more. There are so many delicious and easy champagne cocktails to choose from!
Easter brunches are popular on Easter day, as are big Easter dinners with family and friends this holiday season. Nothing makes a brunch better like cocktails. We wanted to highlight some light and flavorful easy Easter cocktails that breakaway from traditional mimosas, a classic Bloody Mary or other hard liquor drinks. If you don’t want champagne for your Easter brunch, may we suggest our Carrot Cake White Russians?
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Spring has sprung around here, and Easter came fast this year! We wanted to highlight some of the best Easter cocktails that will make an impression for your Easter Sunday meal, kids Easter egg hunt, or even baby showers!
Easter Champagne Cocktails
When you start thinking about refreshing drinks to serve at your Easter brunch, what is the first thing you think of? For us, there is no celebration without a glass of bubbly. We will talk more below about some different sparkling wines you can use, but for this list we have them all, but Champagne is the focus!
Champagne is the perfect drink for special occasions.
Easter Brunch Cocktails
We have so many flavors listed in the cocktails below. There are recipes with simple syrup, lemon juice, edible flowers, an orange twist or orange slice, grapefruit juice, fresh berries, mint, lemon-lime soda, orange liqueur, ginger ale, and more! There are so many great flavors whether combined with dry champagne, Prosecco and Cava. If you are looking for a sweet and fruity concoction or something more sophisticated, there are champagne drinks for Easter that is perfect for you below!
Champagne vs Prosecco
Now, Champagne can only be called champagne if it is from the Champagne region in France. Prosecco is made in the Veneto region, Italy. Cava is a Spanish wine. These are all great choices, and we have all 3 on our list. But, we focus on champagne in this post if and when we can, and champagne can be a great sub for the Prosecco.
Sparkling wine is an interesting addition to any cocktail, especially for Easter celebrations and holiday brunch cocktails! We will show you some fun ways to drink any of them in champagne glasses or a champagne flute. So, make sure to keep any of these in mind from champagne punch, Easter mimosas, and more that might just become some favorite drinks!
Some of these are made in a cocktail shaker, mixing glass, or build in glass. The build in glass cocktails you don’t need specialty equipment for, as they are made in the champagne flute or glass, and are the easiest to make.
Flavors and Themes for Champagne Drinks for Easter
Many different themes, colors and flavors can inspire your champagne cocktails. These can consist of fresh-squeezed orange juice, ginger ale, lime juice, sugar cubes, fresh fruit, pineapple juice, fresh mint leaves, citrus juice, fresh raspberries can be drink garnishes, add ons and simple ingredients.
Some of these are for a crowd, meaning that they can be made in a pitcher or punch bowl, which is great for a group of people visiting for Easter dinner.
There are so many good things about champagne drinks for Easter that highlight spring flavors, so we hope you find something that you like! If you want to, or need to keep your champagne fresh, use a champagne saver!
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Champagne Drinks for Easter
Make any of these Champagne drinks for Easter and you will be making a great impression at your Easter celebrations!Many great flavors combine for these champagne cocktails from Easter Mimosas to classic Bloody Mary's!
This Peach Bellini is so easy to make - just 2 simple ingredients! Totally customizable on your taste preference, this sparkling wine cocktail is a must make.
Classic Kir Royale Cocktail
Another simple recipe perfecly served in a champagne flute is this Kir Royale. This pink sip is perfect for a middle of the day gathering!
Hugo Spritz - A Sparkling Italian Cocktail
A Hugo cocktail is made with prosecco and elderflower liqueur with a touch of soda water. Perfect for a warm Easter weekend and topped with fresh mint leaves!
A Lemon Cocktail is always a good choice in spring and summer! Made with dry vermouth, lemon juice, simple syrup and sparkling wine for a refreshing sip!
St. Germain Elderflower Spritz
This elderflower spritz makes for a delightful drink that is light and perfect for spring. Garnished with a lemon wheel, this could be your perfect Easter drink!
Chamomile 75 Cocktail
A Chamomile French 75 is the perfect spring cocktail for your Easter dinner. This one actually uses prosecco, but champagne, especially a brut chamapagne would be lovely in this, too!
A Champagne punch is always great for a crowd or group at holiday time. Make with strawberry puree, pineapple chunks, citrus, brandy, triple sec, and of course champagne, this Champagne punch will be a great Easter drink!
Rose Syrup French 75
This Rose French 75 is made super flavorful with rose syrup. Topped with some dry champagne, this purple gin cocktail is such a pretty drink!
Raspberry Basil Bourbon Spritzers
One of the few whiskey based cocktails on this list, the Raspberry Basil Bourbon Spritzer is a must make! Simple ingredients combine like raspberry basil simple syrup, lime juice, bourbon, all topped with sparkling wine, this pretty pink drink is garnished with fresh raspberries and basil leaves!
A Pomegranate French 75 is so easy to make! The best part is that it is made with fresh pomegranate juice, which makes it a lovely light pink. This drink is in perfect balance, and the top is each glass is rimmed in sugar!
Limoncello Cocktail (Italian Limoncello Spritz Recipe)
This super simple Limoncello Cocktail is made with Limoncellow and Prosecco. A lovely and easy Easter cocktail and perfect served with breakfast foods!
Classic Chambord and Champagne
This super simple 2 ingredient cocktail is made with Chambord and champagne, that's it! If you want to get creative, garnish with a lemon twist or fresh raspberries or fresh strawberries! Makes a pretty pink drink, perfect for baby showers, too!
Raspberry Pineapple Bellini Recipe
This super simple bellini recipe is already made for a crowd, which makes it ideal for Easter Sunday. A pretty pink and with the flavors of fresh raspberries, pineapple, vanilla and prosecco, this bubbly sip is a must make!
Hawaiian Mimosas are great Easter brunch cocktails! Make with coconut rum, pineapple juice, grenadine and champagne, these are the best way to have a tropical way to celebrate!
The Best Fresh Grapefruit Aperol Spritz
This Aperol Spritz is made in the traditional way, except fresh, tart grapefruit juice is added for an extra kick! Feel free to add some simple syrup if needed as well. Also, make sure your drink garnish is fun - like an edible flower or orange twist!
Strawberry Grapefruit Mimosas
This Easter holiday brunch wouldn't be complete without a fun drink to sip on! Using fresh fruit, like strawberries and grapefruit juice, combined with tequila and champagne, this makes the best mimosa recipe, and it is a fun pink color, too!
Easy Raspberry Sorbet Bellini
This fun bellini is made with raspberry sorbet for a fun and fizzy cocktail. Part dessert, part champagne cocktail, this is the perfect accompaniment for the adults while watching an Easter Egg Hunt!
This bubbly version of a classic margarita is sure to please! Make sure the rim of the glass has some salt and then start sipping these margaritas from champagne glasses, so fun!
Blackberry Champagne Cocktail (Blackberry Bellini)
A Blackberry Bellini is a lovely dark pink color! Topped with a fresh blackberry, these make for the best Easter Cocktails. Add these easy sips to your bar cart at home!
This pretty in pink cocktail is a strawberry mimosa! Easy to make with some strawberry syrup and champagne, it definitely is different than traditional mimosas, so you need to try it out!
Blood Orange French 75
These beautiful Blood Orange French 75's are made with fresh citrus juice from blood oranges, which give it the great color when combined with gin and prosecco! Make these to match your Easter eggs!
Agua De Valencia
This intriguing Easter cocktail has 2 different mixers of hard liquor: gin and vodka. Both are combined with orange juice and cava. This is a pitcher cocktail perfect for a crowd! Make sure to garnish with an orange slice.
This Raspberry Mimosa is made with some raspberry sorbet and some champagne. All topped with some fresh raspberries!
Strawberry Peach juice is combined with prosecco to make these delicious recipes! These pretty sips will quickly become some favorite drinks around your Easter table!
Sparkling Mint Julep
A lighter twist on the classic mint julep. This sparkling mint julep features homemade mint sugar cubes and can easily be served as a mocktail or cocktail! Plan on making these easy cocktail recipes.
Rosé Raspberry Sorbet Mimosas
Rosé Raspberry Sorbet Mimosas are a fun cocktail for Mother’s Day, bridal showers, brunch or just a girls get together. These girly cocktails are so easy to make and everyone will love them!
This Golden Doublet cocktail is a fun mix of fresh lime juice, fresh-squeezed orange juice, orange liqueur and Champagne. Made with a cocktail shaker with the first 3 ingredients, and all topped with bubbly champagne makes for a great brunch sip!
This Easter Mimosa is made with fresh carrot juice, ginger liqueur and champagne. Easy to make and earthy with a bite from the ginger makes for a great fresh sip! Just simply get your fresh carrot juice from the grocery store!
Combining pineapple juice, lemon-lime soda and sparkling wine for a light and refreshing sip!
Elderflower French 75
This light and floral cocktail is made with elderflower liqueur, gin, and lemon juice. Topped with Prosecco or Champagne, this spring cocktail is a must make around any brunch table!
Raspberry Lemonade Mimosa Recipe
This super simple Easter Cocktail is made with raspberry lemonade and champagne. What an easy sip and pink sprinkles for fun ways of serving!
A lilac mimosa is the perfect spring cocktail. Lilac simple syrup and fresh lemon juice combine for a light pink color diffused by some bubbly champagne! Serve with a lilac sprig for flair!
Sparkling Peach Sangria
Fresh peaches combine with peach schnapps and sparkling wine for this great pitcher cocktail. Pour over ice cubes for a refreshing and light sip!
Cherry and Champagne Cocktail Recipe
Cherry simple syrup and champagne combine for this great red cocktail, perfect for an Easter celebration with a lemon twist garnish!
Champagne Float Cocktail
Dessert and cocktail all in one, this champagne float cocktail is so easy to make with any flavor sorbet and chilled champagne! A great bubbly and pastel sip!
This Champagne mojito is made like a regular mojito, but made lighter by adding the bubbly stuff. Perfect for sipping on for brunch or all summer long, this refreshing cocktail is a must make!
This Rossini cocktail couldn't be easier! Mixing strawberries and fresh lemon juice with some simple syrup and champagne for a lovely color cocktail, as well as a tasty one, this will be the star of your party!
This super simple mimosa is made even more fun with some shaped orange juice ice cubes. We used duck and bunny shaped ice for this chilled mimosa. Those ice cubes are simply topped with champagne, and they slowly melt and make a fun cocktail!
Party Punch Recipe | Strawberry Champagne Punch
This Champagne Party Punch is the perfect way to serve easy cocktails for Easter dinner! Strawberries combine with 2 different bubbles: champagne and ginger ale for a great tart and fresh sip!
Guava Pear Mimosa
What a pretty addition to any Easter brunch! This guava and pear mimosa is made using fresh fruit and honey for sweetness. All topped with rose wine, this pink sip is perfect for spring cocktails!
Whiskey Champagne Cocktail
Another one of the few whiskey cocktails on this list, this Whiskey Champagne Cocktail is made with fresh berries, Irish whiskey and champagne. Simple ingredients, but so much flavor!
Champagne Cobbler Cocktail
Fresh berries, triple sec, tonic water and champagne combine in this spring cocktail for a tart and sweet refreshing cocktail, perfect for any Easter food pairing!
Grapefruit Champagne Cocktail
This grapefruit and thyme cocktail is super easy to make! Fresh grapefruit juice is a perfect accompaniment to champagne and fresh thyme leaves!
Champagne Moscow Mule
This Champagne Moscow Mule is a must make for spring and summer! Combining lime juice, vodka, ginger liqueur and champange, this light and bubbly cocktail is tart and full of flavor!
French Pear Martini
This bubbly twist on a classic martini is made even more flavorful for Easter with pear vodka, elderflower liqueur and champagne! A must make for a light cocktail for Easter Sunday!
The French 75 cocktail is a classic for a reason! Super easy to make and great with any brunch or get-together you can think of! Gin, Lemon juice and champagne combine for a lovely and lively drink, also easy to serve to a lot of people if you are having an Easter party!
Strawberry Bellini Recipe (with Prosecco)
This recipe couldn't be any simpler. You just need strawberries and champagne, and you have a cocktail made that will be come favorite drinks this time of year!
A French 76 has the vase of vodka instead of gin like a French 75. Everything else is the same with lemon juice, maybe simple syrup and champagne. A truly easy and fresh cocktail!
Raspberry LIqueur and champagne combine for this simple and fun pink cocktail, perfect for an Easter party!
This Villon Liqueur French 75 is rich and flavorful. Made with a cognac liqueur, it is easy to make and great for a party and for a crowd!
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Sunday 9th of April 2023
I want to start with #1 and work my way through! Thanks for this superb list (not just for Easter)! :)
Sunday 9th of April 2023
I so agree - so many tasty and fun ones! Cheers to that! Leah