This Orange Pomegranate Mimosa is the perfect cocktail for any upcoming brunch dates. Made with Pomegranate juice, orange juice, and prosecco this is the perfect fruity drink to serve during your winter holiday get-togethers!
This fruity brunch cocktail is the perfect drink to serve at any of your holiday season brunches, gatherings, or otherwise. It has flavors that mesh well together and are easy to mix together.
Pomegranate is one of my favorite winter fruits so I had to make a drink out of it and Mimosas were the first thing that came to mind. Adding a little orange juice really sets this drink off and makes it fruity, delicious, and absolutely perfect.
I really love serving these for brunch since we usually serve mimosas then, but they are really good as an after-dinner drink as well if you want to wind down with something a little lighter and fruitier.
POMEGRANATE ORANGE MIMOSA INGREDIENTS:
Pomegranate juice – The perfect winter fruit just to use in a mimosa cocktail.
Orange juice – This really pairs well with pomegranate and the flavors blend together wonderfully.
Simple syrup – This adds a little sweetness to the drink to set off the flavors from the juices.
Prosecco – What is a mimosa without the alcohol, this blends everything together and gives it the spiked flavor that it deserves.
HOW TO MAKE A POMEGRANATE MIMOSA:
The ease of this recipe is perfect and you can be enjoying yourself a Mimosa in under a few minutes. Now doesn’t that sound like something you would love?
To prepare it, add the orange juice, pomegranate juice, and simple syrup to a champagne flute and top it off with prosecco.
This recipe makes one drink as written but you can easily double it or make it in large batches for more than one person!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Are Prosecco and Champagne the same?
Technically yes they are both sparkling wine, they just come from different regions. Prosecco comes from Italy and Champagne comes from France.
Both contain different grapes varieties, but you can use champagne for a Mimosa if you would like in substitution, I just personally prefer prosecco.
What does a Pomegranate Mimosa taste like?
With the mixture of the fruit juices and the prosecco, I would compare it to a fruit punch with the ratios given in my recipe. You can add more prosecco if you would like a stronger alcohol flavor.
What can I use for garnishes?
Some of our frequently used garnishes include:
- Orange slices
- Pomegranate seeds
- Rosemary sprigs
You could also add a sugared rim for added flair!
MORE WINTER COCKTAIL RECIPES:
- Christmas Punch – This is a delicious blend of different winter fruit and juices making it a fun drink for parties.
- Slow Cooker Wassail – Slow cooked with apple cider, orange, pineapple, and lemon juice this is the perfect cold weather drink.
- Eggnog White Russian – A blend of coffee liqueur, vodka, and eggnog this drink is a delicious combination of holiday flavors.
- Kahlua Hot Chocolate – Warm and comforting with a kick of alcohol this is the perfect drink to sit around a fire with.
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Orange Pomegranate Mimosa
- Add the orange juice, pomegranate juice, and simple syrup to a champagne glass and top with prosecco.
- Champagne may be used in place of prosecco.