Classic Cocktails & Drinks With A Funky Twist

Pink Mimosa


Posted: 03/30/21

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Think-pink with a fun twist on a classic brunch cocktail! The sweet addition of Rosé to citrus vodka and raspberry lemonade in this Pink Mimosa recipe creates a bright and bubbly experience that will make any moment pretty-in-pink!

glass of pink mimosa with lemon slice and raspberries

While mimosas are a common brunch cocktail, this pink drink can be enjoyed all hours of the day. It is perfect for a bridal shower, birthday party, or just wanting to celebrate good company!

two glasses of pink mimosa with rosé, sliced lemon and raspberries

What is a Mimosa

A traditional mimosa is a classic drink traditionally served in a champagne flute, commonly enjoyed with brunch that combines orange juice and champagne. The oj/champagne duo is universally loved for its ease to consume early in the day and its light carbonation and refreshment.

two glasses pink mimosa recipe with lemonade and raspberries

Pink Mimosa Ingredients

Here are the ingredients that make up pink mimosas! For the full recipe including all measurements, see the recipe card below.

  • Citrus vodka: A flavored vodka that’s infused with the essence of various citrus fruits such as lemon, lime, or orange adds a boozy punch of citrus flavor.
  • Raspberry lemonade: Adds a beautiful pink hue to the mimosa, along with a refreshing balance of sweet and tart flavors that complement the other ingredients.
  • Rosé: A bottle of sparkling rose serves as the fizzy component of the mimosa and adds to the pink color of the drink. Use a fresh and chilled bottle of rosé.
  • Fresh raspberries and lemon slices: Used for garnishing drinks, you can use frozen raspberries but they won’t look as plump and vibrant as fresh berries like in the photos.
champagne flutes with pink mimosa ingredients and rose

How To Make a Pink Mimosa

Here is a brief overview of how this raspberry mimosa recipe comes together. Be sure to scroll to the recipe card at the bottom of the post for all measurements and directions.

  1. Pour citrus vodka and raspberry lemonade into a champagne flute.
  2. Top with Rosé to fill the glass.
  3. Add garnish of raspberries and lemons. Cheers!

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two glasses of pink mimosa recipe with ingredients and fresh raspberries and lemon slices

Other Brunch Cocktails

If you are looking for other delicious cocktails to enjoy for brunch like these pink lemonade mimosas, here are a few ideas.

If you make this pink mimosa recipe or any of our other cocktail recipes, let us know what you think by leaving a comment below!

glass of pink mimosa with lemon slice and raspberries
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Pink Mimosa

Serves: 1 drink
(tap # to scale)
Prep: 5 minutes
Total: 5 minutes
The addition of Rosé to citrus vodka and raspberry lemonade in this Pink Mimosa recipe will make any moment pretty-in-pink!


  • 1 ounce Citrus Vodka
  • 1 1/2 ounce Raspberry Lemonade
  • top with Rosé
  • garnish with raspberries and lemons


  • Pour the citrus vodka and the raspberry lemonade into a champagne flute.
  • Top with the Rosé.
  • Garnish with raspberries and lemons and enjoy.
Author: Nathan Longley
Course: brunch, Drinks
glass of pink mimosa with lemon slice and raspberries

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Nathan Longley has been his wife’s personal bar tender for as long as he can remember. While he most often enjoys a cold beer, he is known to love our vodka gimlet.

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  1. Andrea delong says

    Can you make the Pink Mimosa for a crowd? Like in a punch bowl? What would be the amounts if so? Thank you for any response.

    • Nathan Longley says

      You could mix the vodka and lemonade in a pitcher, but I would leave out the champagne. Have the bottle sit next to the pitcher, and people can top off their glasses with it. For around 8 servings you couple do 1.5 cups lemonade and a 1 cup of vodka. So 16 servings, 3 cups lemonade, 2 cups vodka. Hope this helps!

  2. Deb says

    Do you use Rosé wine or Rosé champagne for the Raspberry lemonade mimosa?

    • Nathan Longley says

      We use Rosé champagne. For this we used Corbel Sweet Rosé, but any brand should work! Hope you enjoy!

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