Blood Orange Mimosa Recipe

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This Blood Orange Mimosa Recipe is a refreshing and vibrant cocktail perfect for any brunch or special occasion. This delightful drink combines the bubbly goodness of champagne with the tangy sweetness of blood orange juice, creating a unique and irresistible flavor. The blood orange mimosa is not only visually stunning with its deep ruby hue, but it also offers a deliciously refreshing taste that is sure to impress your guests. Whether you’re hosting a bridal shower, baby shower, or simply want to elevate your weekend brunch, this cocktail is a must-try.

 Why we love this recipe

We love this blood orange mimosa recipe for several reasons.

  • First and foremost, the vibrant color of the blood orange juice adds a beautiful touch to the classic mimosa, making it visually appealing and perfect for special occasions or brunch gatherings.
  • The combination of tart blood orange juice and sparkling champagne creates a refreshing and slightly bittersweet flavor profile that is a delightful twist on the traditional mimosa.
  • Additionally, the simple ingredients and easy preparation make this recipe accessible to anyone looking to elevate their brunch game without spending a lot of time or effort in the kitchen.

Whether you’re hosting a fancy brunch or simply looking to treat yourself to a special drink, this blood orange mimosa recipe is a guaranteed hit. Its unique flavor and stunning appearance make it a standout choice for anyone looking to impress their guests or simply enjoy a delicious and refreshing beverage. 

Blood Orange Mimosa Recipe


Champagne- Whatever champagne, or prosecco, that you love.

Fresh Squeezed Blood Orange Juice- The star of this drink, fresh blood orange juice is best.

Triple Sec- Adds smoothness to this cocktail and a bit of extra sweetness.

Fresh blood orange slices- for garnishing this lovely drink


To prepare this mimosa, start with all of your ingredients chilled.

Step 1: Add the blood orange juice to a champagne flute

Step 2: Add triple sec

Step 3: Fill the remainder of the glass with champagne

Step 4: Garnish with fresh fruit

How to make a Blood Orange Mimosa Pitcher Cocktail

If you’re looking to add some zest to your brunch or celebration, a blood orange mimosa pitcher cocktail is the perfect option. It’s easy to make, here’s what you’ll need-

1 (750 ml) bottle of champagne

1 cup triple sec

2 cups fresh squeezed blood orange juice

How to make a pitcher of mimosas:

Combine all of the ingredients into a large pitcher. This recipe totals 50+ ounces, so be sure to use a large enough pitcher to hold everything. Chill the pitcher until ready to serve, and garnish each individual glass with fresh blood orange slices.

Tips & Variations

  • If you’re looking to switch it up even more, consider adding a splash of cranberry juice or a few fresh berries to give your mimosa an even fruitier twist.
  • You can also experiment with different types of sparkling wine like prosecco, or different flavored liqueurs to create your own unique variation of flavor.
  • Juice the oranges ahead of time, and refrigerate the juice to save time when you are ready to make these.

What if I don’t have blood oranges?

Can’t find blood oranges? You can use a bottled juice that has blood orange flavor, or you can just use regular oranges for a classic orange mimosa.

We hope you make some of these blood orange mimosas for your next brunch cocktail. They are super easy, and a great inexpensive drink when blood oranges are in season (December – April in the US!)

Looking for other cocktails?

Try our fun Blood Orange Margarita if you love the taste of blood oranges.

Our Cranberry Orange Mimosas are a fun twist on the classic mimosa cocktail.

Try our Orange Creamsicle cocktail for a delicious citrus treat.

For a tropical mimosa twist, try our Pineapple Mango mimosas!

Yield: 1 mimosa

Blood Orange Mimosa Recipe

Blood Orange Mimosa Recipe

Sip into sophistication with our vibrant Blood Orange Mimosa! This effervescent delight blends the bold, citrusy zing of blood orange juice with the sparkling elegance of your favorite bubbly.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes


  • 3 ounces champagne
  • 2 ounces fresh squeezed blood orange juice
  • 1 ounce triple sec
  • Fresh blood orange slices for garnish


    1. To a champagne flute, add blood orange juice, triple sec, and top with champagne.
    2. Garnish with a fresh blood orange slice

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 412

Nutrition information isn’t always accurate.

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