Mimosas are my all time favorite cocktail, with Pina Coladas coming in a close second, so I knew I wanted to combine my love of pineapple with my favorite cocktail- the mimosa! Mimosas are the perfect easy cocktail, they are so simple to make- you only need a fruit juice or citrus juice, and champagne! They are a classic brunch cocktail, and this version gives the classic Mimosa a tropical twist. We love to dress ours up with pretty garnishes and pineapple makes that so easy. Here’s how we put this Pineapple Mimosa recipe together.
Pineapple Mimosa Ingredients
Just two ingredients make this cocktail. One part pineapple juice, one part champagne.
- 3 oz. pineapple juice- fresh if you can get your hands on it, or Dole pineapple juice is delicious!
- 3 oz. your favorite champagne – we just used a budget friendly dry champagne, but use whatever you love
Plus, if you want to garnish, a fresh pineapple wedge and a pineapple frond or two. These are so perfect for making a truly pretty drink. As for bar ware, you’ll just need your favorite champagne flutes to serve up a few of these. We mix them together right in the flute glass, so there’s no need for a cocktail shaker or anything like that.
It doesn’t get simpler than that!
How to Make a Pineapple Mimosa
1. To your champagne flute, add 3 oz. pineapple juice
2. Top with champagne, about 3 oz. worth.
3. Stir, and garnish, as desired.
As mentioned, I love a good mimosa recipe. I hope you enjoy this Pineapple Mimosa cocktail. If you do, you’ll also love this Strawberry Pineapple Mimosa that we made. Mimosas are so easy and versatile, and the perfect cocktail for events such as a bridal shower, baby shower, or brunch. Give your Mimosa bar some tropical vibes with this recipe. Here are some of our other favorite Mimosas, as well-
Traditional Mimosa (traditional Orange Juice Mimosa!)
Hawaiian Mimosa (Coming soon!) We love these tropical flavors!
Pineapple Upside Down Mimosas (Coming soon!)
Pineapple Mimosa Recipe FAQs
Can I use sparkling wine instead of champagne?
Yes! Technically, using Prosecco or sparkling wine, you have made more of a Bellini, but if you like sparkling wine better than champagne, by all means customize your ideal drink!
How do I make a large batch of Pineapple Mimosas?
You can make any size batch you like by combining equal parts of the fruit juice and champagne. You can combine a whole bottle of champagne with roughly 3 1/4 cups of pineapple juice.
Can I trade the pineapple for another juice?
Yes! A simple twist is to exchange the juice for any flavor you like to create many different Mimosa variations. Prefer mango juice? Use that to make a Mango Mimosa! You can change this simple drink to any flavor you like.
You might like these other Mimosa recipes-
Strawberry Mimosas– made with fresh berries and orange juice!
Strawberry Lemonade Mimosas– perfect for Summertime!
Mermaid Mimosas– a fun ombre mimosa for Summer.
For a printable version of this easy Mimosa recipe, see below!
- 3 oz. pineapple juice
- 3 oz. champagne
- Fresh pineapple wedges or fronds for garnish
- To your champagne flute, add pineapple juice.
- Top with champagne.
- Garnish with fresh pineapple.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 267
Nutrition information isn’t always accurate.