fresh strawberries sliced
In a cocktail shaker, combine grapefruit juice and five sliced strawberries. Shake, shake, shake until your juice is a dark pink color. Let the strawberries infuse in the juice for a few hours if you have time. The more it sits, the better it gets.
In a champagne glass, combine the champagne and grapefruit/strawberry juice. The correct proportions are one part champagne to one part juice, but many people prefer two parts champagne to one part juice. Do what you feel, I say! It’s a mimosa. It’s going to be good no matter what.
Use fresh thyme and strawberries to garnish for extra fancy vibes.
Rosé Raspbery Sorbet Mimosas
Prep 1 min
Total 1 min
Yield 8-10 Servings
1 bottle Rosé Champagne/sparkling wine
1 pint raspberry sorbet
Fresh herbs for garnish, such as rosemary or mint (optional)
To make one drink: Place one small scoop of sorbet into a champagne flute, top with champagne. Garnish with herbs if using. Serve immediately.
1 bottle Crabbies Ginger Beer I used the Spiced Orange flavor
champagne or sparkling wine
Pour orange juice 1/3 of the way up a champagne glass. Top with another 1/3 of the Crabbies Ginger Beer and then top with champagne or sparkling wine. Garnish with limes and orange slices.