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Last Updated on August 22, 2022 by The Noms

Just 3 ingredients, this simple mimosa is a perfect brunch cocktail, and is such a great easy drink!

 

This simple 3 ingredient cocktail is so simple to make and is such a fun color! A great brunch drink that is great all year, but especially in the summer with fresh strawberry simple syrup!

 

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Strawberry Mimosa, Pink bubbly cocktail in flute with strawberry garnish on the side

 

How to Make a Strawberry Mimosa

This strawberry mimosa is so easy to make, just simply pour all the ingredients in a coupe or flute!

  • Prep the Strawberry Simple Syrup – Easy enough, can be made with either fresh or frozen strawberries.
  • Pour ingredients in Glass – Add lemon juice and strawberry simple syrup in first, then top with champagne.
  • Champagne – if you add it in first it can contain the mess (no fizz over), but usually we top whatever else with the bubbles!
  • Garnish with a Strawberry – a whole strawberry or a sliced strawberry are a great option

 

Strawberry Mimosa, Pink bubbly cocktail in flute with strawberry garnish on the side

 

Champagne Choices for a Strawberry Mimosa

A cheap to mid range price Brut champagne is your best option and is a classic choice for a mimosa. You can also use a dry Prosecco or cava as another option.  We recommend a brut champagne for this recipe!

 

Whatever sparkling wine you buy, make sure it’s a brut, which means dry.

  • Champagne – most expensive option (French). Has flavors of almond and citrus, is bubbly and fruity.
  • Prosecco – Italian sparkling wine. Can be little sweeter than champagne: fruity and flowery, notes of apple, pear and lemon.
  • Cava – Spanish sparkling wine. A little more savory flavor and less fruity.

 

Strawberry Mimosa, Pink bubbly cocktail in flute with strawberry garnish on the side

 

How to make Mimosas in a Pitcher

Have a large crowd to feed at brunch? Try making mimosas in a pitcher, it can be easy, but it can also be easy just to serve individually, too. Just go with what works for you.

  • Prepare – prep the Strawberry Simple Syrup, chill and then pour into the pitcher
  • Chilling – Make sure champagne and lemon juice are chilled before serving
  • Serving – When ready to serve: Pour all ingredients into pitcher and then stir. Pour into glasses, garnish.
  • The easiest way to do it may be to have the lemon juice and strawberry simple syrup already mixed together in a small carafe or pitcher and then add desired amount (.75 ounces) and then top with champagne.

 

 

Can you Make Non-Alcoholic Mimosas?

Yes! Just replace the champagne with either some sparkling grape juice, non-alcoholic sparkling wine, or flavored sparkling water to make a virgin mimosa.

 

Strawberry Mimosa, Pink bubbly cocktail in flute with strawberry garnish on the side

 

Can I make these Strawberry Mimosas Ahead of Time?

Honestly, no. Mimosas are really best served freshly poured. They really only take a few minutes to make, so they don’t need to be made ahead of time.

 

Strawberry Mimosa, Pink bubbly cocktail in flute with strawberry garnish on the side

 

Tips & Tricks

  • Champagne – Brut Champagne is the best option for this. Since the rest of the ingredients are sweet, the dry sparkling wine balances this out. But, pick your favorite to use.
  • Garnish – fresh strawberries or a sprig of mint on the rim of each glass will give these mimosas an elegant look.
  • Juice – If you would like, you can do some orange juice for some more authentic “mimosa” feel – about 1 ounce of orange juice. Or, if you want a tropical twist, try pineapple juice!
  • Simple Syrup – instead of strawberry, try making another berry like blueberry, blackberry or raspberry syrup!

 

Strawberry Mimosa, Pink bubbly cocktail in flute with strawberry garnish on the side

 

Mimosa Variations

Love mimosas? If you want to mix it up even more, here are a few more fruity types of mimosa recipes:

  • Classic – orange juice and champagne
  • Peach – with peach puree it becomes the Bellini
  • Caramel Apple – a perfect fall sip with caramel vodka!
  • Carrot – with ginger, a perfect Easter Mimosa recipe!

 

Strawberry Mimosa, Pink bubbly cocktail in flute with strawberry garnish on the side

 

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Strawberry Mimosa, Pink bubbly cocktail in flute with strawberry garnish on the side
Yield: 1

Strawberry Mimosa

Prep Time: 5 minutes

This Strawberry Mimosa is the perfect summer brunch recipe. Easy to make with just 3 ingredients, this fresh pink cocktail is a must make!

Ingredients

Instructions

1. Pour lemon juice and strawberry simple syrup into a coupe or flute glass.

2. top with champagne and stir if desired.

3. Garnish with strawberry or mint.

4. Cheers!

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

1

Serving Size:

5 ounces

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 133Total Fat: .1gSodium: 12mgCarbohydrates: 13.2gSugar: .2gProtein: .1g

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