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Pineapple Mimosa

Pineapple Mimosa cocktails are refreshing and delicious for any weekend brunch or holiday occasion. Simple to make with just 3 ingredients.

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Pineapple cocktails are always a hit with the crowd. Our Pineapple Margaritas are legendary and we make Pineapple Wine Punch for every get together.

2 stemless champagne glasses with pineapple mimosas, pineapple garnish.

Mimosas are super easy to make by the glass and will instantly elevate any occasion into something special. Make them with your favorite fruit juices and sparkling wine or champagne.

Ingredients for pineapple mimosas.

Ingredients Needed

  • Pineapple Juice ~ Any bottled pineapple juice will work, we usually get Dole or Libby.
  • Orange Juice ~ Fresh squeezed or your favorite brand.
  • Sparkling Wine or Champagne ~ You don’t have to have a super expensive bottle, we like Barefoot Bubbly Moscato Spumante. It’s slightly sweet and pairs great with the tangy pineapple juice. Chill overnight for the most refreshing mimosas.
  • Fresh Pineapple wedges or orange slices for garnish.

Step By Step Directions

Pouring pineapple juice into cocktail glass.

Add pineapple juice to each champagne glass.

Jigger adding orange juice to champagne glass.

Next, add the orange juice.

Filling champagne glasses with sparkling wine.

Top with sparkling wine.

Pineapple mimosa with pineapple garnish.

Garnish with fresh pineapple.

How Many Mimosas Per Bottle of Champagne

Generally you can expect to make 6-8 mimosas per bottle of champagne. I figure at least 2 drinks per person when planning for brunch.

Pineapple mimosa with sparkling wine bubbling out the top of glass.

How to Chill Champagne Quickly

Submerge champagne in ice water using an ice bucket large bowl for about 15 minutes. You can also wrap a wet kitchen towel around the bottle and place in the freezer for about 30 minutes.

More Mimosa Cocktails to Try

Strawberry Mimosas are made with fresh or frozen strawberries and your favorite sparkling wine for a refreshing cocktail perfect for any celebration or brunch get together.

Champagne Punch is made with a delicious fruity combination of pineapple, strawberry and orange and bubbly wine. It’s perfect for parties and celebrations.

Pomegranate Mimosas are light and refreshing and make a festive cocktail that everyone will enjoy.

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Pineapple Mimosa

2 champagne glasses with pineapple mimosas.

Pineapple Mimosa cocktails are refreshing and delicious for any weekend brunch or holiday occasion. Simple to make with just 3 ingredients.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • 8 oz pineapple juice
  • 8 oz orange juice
  • Moscato Spumante (sparkling wine or champagne), chilled
  • Fresh pineapple for garnish

Instructions

  1. Add one ounce of pineapple juice and one ounce of orange juice to each glass.
  2. Fill glasses with sparkling wine.
  3. Garnish with pineapple chunks.

Notes

For Mocktails substitute Sprite or Ginger Ale for sparkling wine.

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