How to Make Pineapple Strawberry Mimosas

Pineapple Strawberry Mimosas are a vibrant and refreshing twist on the classic mimosa cocktail. By incorporating the tropical flavor of pineapple with the sweet, summery taste of strawberries, this drink offers a delightful combination that’s perfect for brunches, celebrations, or any moment that calls for a bit of bubbly festivity. The addition of sparkling wine brings effervescence that makes this cocktail not only delicious but also visually appealing.


Why You’ll Love Pineapple Strawberry Mimosas

  • Fruity and Refreshing: The combination of pineapple and strawberry flavors creates a refreshingly sweet taste.
  • Perfect for Celebrations: Ideal for special occasions, brunches, or as a festive start to your day.
  • Easy and Quick to Prepare: With just a few ingredients, you can whip up this cocktail in no time.
  • Customizable: Easily adjust the fruit ratios or sparkling wine to suit your taste preferences.

Ingredients Notes

  • Pineapple Juice: Look for pure pineapple juice for the best flavor. Freshly squeezed or high-quality bottled juice works well.
  • Strawberries: Fresh strawberries are preferred for their natural sweetness and vibrant color. You can also use frozen strawberries if fresh ones are not available.
  • Sparkling Wine: Choose a dry sparkling wine or champagne to balance the sweetness of the juices. Prosecco or Cava are excellent choices for a more budget-friendly option.
  • Optional Garnishes: Mint leaves, extra strawberry slices, or pineapple wedges can add a decorative touch and enhance the flavors.

Recipe Steps

  1. Prepare the Fruit: If using fresh strawberries, rinse, hull, and thinly slice them. Set aside some slices for garnishing.
  2. Layer the Flavors: In champagne flutes or mimosa glasses, start by adding a few strawberry slices. Pour in the pineapple juice, filling about one-third of the glass.
  3. Add the Sparkle: Top off the glass with sparkling wine, pouring slowly to prevent it from overflowing. The sparkling wine will mix with the juice as you pour, creating a beautiful gradient effect.
  4. Garnish and Serve: Add a strawberry slice to the rim of each glass or drop a few mint leaves for an aromatic touch. Serve immediately to enjoy the effervescence.

Storage and Serving

  • Serving: Mimosas are best served fresh to enjoy the bubbles and vibrant flavors.
  • Preparation for Groups: If preparing for a crowd, you can set up a mimosa bar with the ingredients separated, allowing guests to customize their drinks.
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How to Make Pineapple Strawberry Mimosas


  • Champagne or Sparkling Wine: 1 bottle (chilled)
  • Pineapple Juice: 1 cup (chilled)
  • Strawberry Puree: 1/2 cup (see instructions below for making puree)
  • Fresh Strawberries: for garnish
  • Pineapple Slices: for garnish (optional)
  • Mint Leaves: for garnish (optional)


Prepare the Strawberry Puree:

  1. Wash and Hull Strawberries: Wash fresh strawberries thoroughly and remove the stems.
  2. Blend Strawberries: Place the strawberries in a blender or food processor and blend until smooth. For a smoother texture, you can strain the puree to remove seeds.
  3. Chill the Puree: Refrigerate the strawberry puree until it’s cold. This helps to keep your mimosa chilled when mixing.

Assemble the Mimosas:

  1. Prepare the Glasses: If you’d like, you can garnish the rim of your champagne flutes with a little sugar for an extra touch of elegance. Simply wet the rim with a piece of pineapple or water and dip it into granulated sugar.
  2. Add Strawberry Puree: Spoon about 1 tablespoon (or more, depending on your preference) of the strawberry puree into each champagne flute.
  3. Add Pineapple Juice: Pour about 2 ounces of pineapple juice into each glass over the strawberry puree.
  4. Top with Champagne: Fill the rest of the glass with chilled champagne or sparkling wine. Pour slowly to prevent it from overflowing.
  5. Garnish and Serve: Garnish with a fresh strawberry on the rim, a slice of pineapple, or a sprig of mint for a refreshing aroma. Serve immediately.
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