Strawberry Pink Lemonade Mimosa With Pink Whitney Vodka

If you’re looking for a refreshing, bubbly cocktail that’s perfect for spring and summer, look no further than my pink lemonade mimosa. Sweet strawberry meets tart lemonade in this easy drink that’s finished with bubbly champagne or prosecco for the ultimate brunch beverage!

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Why You’ll Love This Recipe

This pink lemonade mimosa is just 3 ingredients, meaning it doesn’t get much easier than that! Pink lemonade is really just a coloring and not any specific flavor, so you can use any pink lemonade variety you want!

I’m going with strawberry, because I think it’s the perfect combination with champagne or prosecco for a spring and summer brunch beverage. However, there are plenty of other great choices too!

Add in a little Pink Whitney vodka to reinforce the flavors and add some extra strength to the drink (or skip it and go with a 2-ingredient version)!

two strawberry pink lemonade mimosas in champagne flutes against a white marble counter

This mimosa is also a great choice for Valentine’s Day or Mother’s Day because of the sweet, fruity flavors and pink coloring, but honestly it’s a flavor I go to anytime the weather is warm!

Ingredient List

ingredients to make pink lemonade mimosa with pink whitney vodka
  • 2 ½ ounces prepared pink lemonade (I use strawberry)
  • ½ ounce Pink Whitney vodka 
  • 3 ounces chilled champagne or prosecco

Ingredient Tips and Substitutions

  • You can use any flavor of pink lemonade you like! Raspberry, rose, or grapefruit would be other good options in place of strawberry
  • If you don’t have Pink Whitney vodka, you can use strawberry, raspberry, or citrus vodka, or omit it altogether for a weaker drink
  • Adjust the amount of champagne or prosecco based on the size of your glasses. Prosecco is usually sweeter than champagne, so choose which to use based on your preferences. You can also use rose champagne to reinforce the pink color!

Step By Step Instructions

  1. Add pink lemonade and Pink Whitney vodka to a champagne flute and stir to mix
add pink lemonade and pink whitney vodka to champagne flute
  1. Top with chilled champagne or prosecco
add chilled champagne or prosecco to pink whitney pink lemonade
  1. Garnish with a slice of lemon or a fresh berry if desired, and enjoy!
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More Pink Lemonade Drinks

Recipe FAQs

What is a Pink Lemonade Mimosa?

A pink lemonade mimosa offers a unique twist on the classic mimosa by combining the tartness of pink lemonade with the effervescence of champagne, resulting in a refreshing and vibrant cocktail.

The addition of flavored vodka, liqueurs, or fresh fruit can add a fun variation as well.

How Do I Make a Pink Lemonade Mimosa?

To make a pink lemonade mimosa, simply mix equal parts of chilled pink lemonade and champagne in a flute glass.

Garnish with fresh berries or lemon slices for an extra pop of color and flavor.

Can I Use Any Type of Champagne for a Pink Lemonade Mimosa?

While any type of champagne can be used for a pink lemonade mimosa, a dry or brut champagne is typically preferred to balance the sweetness of the pink lemonade.

However, feel free to use your favorite champagne, prosecco, or sparkling wine for a personalized touch.

Can I Make a Non-Alcoholic Version of a Pink Lemonade Mimosa?

Yes, you can easily make a non-alcoholic mocktail version of a pink lemonade mimosa by substituting sparkling water, lemon lime soda, or a non-alcoholic sparkling wine for the champagne. Omit the vodka entirely.

This allows you to enjoy the same refreshing flavors without the alcohol content.

What Occasions Are Ideal for Serving Pink Lemonade Mimosas?

Pink lemonade mimosas are perfect for brunches, bridal showers, summer gatherings, or any celebratory occasion.

Their pink color also makes them a nice choice for Valentine’s Day or Mother’s Day.

Can I Prepare Pink Lemonade Mimosas in Advance?

You can mix your pink lemonade and vodka or any other liqueurs you are using in advance. Store in a pitcher in the refrigerator until ready to use.

Fill individual glasses about halfway with the mixture, then top off with chilled champagne or prosecco for maximum fizziness.

Are There Any Variations of Pink Lemonade Mimosas I Can Try?

Absolutely! You can experiment with different fruit juices or pink lemonades, such as raspberry or strawberry, to create unique variations.

Additionally, adding a splash of flavored liqueur like raspberry or elderflower can add a unique twist.

Can I Adjust the Sweetness of Pink Lemonade Mimosas?

Yes, you can adjust the sweetness of pink lemonade mimosas by using more or less pink lemonade according to your taste preferences.

Feel free to add a touch of simple syrup or honey if you prefer a sweeter cocktail, or add some fresh lemon juice or dilute the pink lemonade with a bit of water for a less sweet option.

Recipe Pro Tips

  • To adjust the strength of the drink, you can add more or less lemonade, and omit the vodka to reduce the strength further. If it is too sweet, add some fresh lemon juice to compensate with tartness
  • Champagne flutes vary in size widely, so you may need to double the recipe if your glasses are very large (I used 6 ounce flutes when I made these)
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Storage and Serving Tips

  • You can mix the vodka and lemonade together up to 48 hours in advance, storing it in a sealed pitcher in the refrigerator. Fill individual glasses about half full and top with champagne or prosecco immediately before serving for maximum fizziness

More Spring and Summer Mimosas to Try

  • Watermelon Mimosa
  • Blackberry Mimosa
  • Pineapple Upside Down Mimosa
  • Crown Peach Mimosa

Final Thoughts

This pink lemonade mimosa is the perfect choice for your spring and summer brunch menu! With the addition of Pink Whitney vodka to reinforce the color and flavor, it’s the perfect sweet sip.

With just 3 ingredients, it’s also easy to put together, and you can mix everything but the prosecco or champagne in advance which makes it great for entertaining. Add a carafe to your brunch bar for a strawberry (or other pink drink) flavor combination.

Thanks to the pale pink color, you can also serve this cocktail up for Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, or a bridal shower, making it suitable for a lot of occasions. It’s so delicious, though, you’ll want to make it a weekly brunch tradition!

If you’re not a vodka fan, try my Limoncello French 75 for a similar alternative made with gin.

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Pink Lemonade Mimosa With Vodka

This 3 ingredient pink lemonade mimosa features Pink Whitney vodka and strawberry flavor for the perfect summer brunch cocktail.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Servings 1
Calories 357 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 2 ½ ounces prepared pink lemonade (such as Simply strawberry lemonade)
  • ½ ounce Pink Whitney vodka
  • 3 ounces chilled champagne or prosecco (or as needed based on size of glasses)

Instructions
 

  • Add pink lemonade and Pink Whitney vodka to a champagne flute and stir to mix
    2 ½ ounces prepared pink lemonade, ½ ounce Pink Whitney vodka
  • Top with chilled champagne or prosecco
    3 ounces chilled champagne or prosecco
  • Garnish with a slice of lemon or a fresh berry if desired, and enjoy!

Notes

  • You can use any flavor of pink lemonade you like! Raspberry, rose, or grapefruit would be other good options in place of strawberry
  • If you don’t have Pink Whitney vodka, you can use strawberry, raspberry, or citrus vodka, or omit it altogether for a weaker drink
  • Adjust the amount of champagne or prosecco based on the size of your glasses. Prosecco is usually sweeter than champagne, so choose which to use based on your preferences. You can also use rose champagne to reinforce the pink color!
  • Champagne flutes vary in size widely, so you may need to double the recipe if yours are very large (I use 6 ounce flutes)
  • Exact nutritional values will vary based on brand and flavor of ingredients, size of glasses, any garnishes added, and actual quantity consumed, so please consider this a guideline only

Nutrition

Serving: 694.8gCalories: 357kcalCarbohydrates: 72.1gSodium: 40mgSugar: 65g
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1 thought on “Strawberry Pink Lemonade Mimosa With Pink Whitney Vodka”

  1. 5 stars
    Simple yet delicious! I used raspberry lemonade that I had already and it was perfect for Sunday brunch.

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