Sweet peach mimosas are a delicious update to the classic brunch drink. With sparkling champagne, peach nectar, orange juice, and a splash of schnapps, these cocktails are perfect for any special warm weather occasion.
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Is there anything that says special occasion more than a mimosa?
Try to think of something.
Because you think of mimosas and occasions like Christmas morning or breakfast in bed on Valentine’s Day or Mother’s Day or even sipping mimosas on your wedding day.
Or really any other time you want to feel a little fancy.
These peach mimosas feel extra special with the addition of peach nectar and an optional splash of peach schnapps.
Ingredients and Kitchen Supplies
To make these, you’ll need:
- Peach nectar– You can find it in the Mexican section of the grocery store or order it online here.
- Champagne or sparkling wine– Look you don’t need anything fancy. An 8ish dollar bottle will totally do! We always buy a sweet sparkling wine like sparkling moscato.
- Orange juice
- Peach schnapps– This is optional but does add a little extra something something to these cocktails.
You’ll also want:
How to Make Peach Mimosas
1. Mix the juice together in the pitcher.
Pour the entire container of peach nectar into the pitcher. Then add 2 cups of orange juice. Stir it together.
2. Pour the juice mixture into glasses.
Fill each champagne glass about halfway with the juice.
3. Add the alcohol.
Add 1 ounce of peach schnapps into each glass and then fill the glass the rest of the way with champagne. Enjoy!
What is the difference between a bellini and a peach mimosa?
Bellinis are champagne and peach puree more like unfrozen versions of these Peach Wine Slushies. These mimosas are peach nectar, orange juice, and champagne.
What is the best alcohol for mimosas?
Don’t go for expensive champagne! Instead go for either a dry sparkling wine like cava or prosecco or a sweeter one like moscato.
Is Barefoot bubbly good for mimosas?
We like it! It’s budget friendly, delicious, and there are several different varieties.
What are the best fruits for mimosas?
Tips and Tricks
- Chill the juice, peach nectar, and sparkling wine before you make your mimosas so you don’t need to water them down with ice.
- Garnish them with orange wedges, peach slices, or fresh mint leaves or any combination of the three.
- If you do need to chill the mimosas, add frozen peach slices directly to the pitcher of juice. This will keep them cool without watering them down.
- I don’t recommend adding the champagne to the pitcher to keep the bubbly- well- bubbly!
- Don’t want to make a big batch? This recipe is super easy to halve! Cut the orange juice down to one cup and use half of the peach nectar. That will make four mimosas instead of 8!
Other Peach Cocktails
Looking for other peach cocktail recipes? Try these:
Other Mimosas and Sparkling Wine Cocktails
- Fizzy White Apple Sangria
- Frozen Pineapple Mimosas
- Sparkling Caramel Apple Screwdrivers
- Sparkly Raspberry Champagne Cocktails
- Christmas Cranberry Champagne Cocktails
- Pomegranate Rose Spritzers
- Blood Orange Mimosas
- Easy Limoncello Spritz Recipe (Limoncello and Prosecco Cocktail)
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- 2 cups of orange juice
- 1 33.8 ounce container of peach nectar
- 1 bottle of your favorite sparkling white wine
- 8 ounces of peach schnapps (optional)
- In a large pitcher, stir the orange juice and peach nectar together.
- Pour the juice mixture equally into champagne glasses, filling each glass a little less than halfway up.
- Add an ounce of peach schnapps to each glass (if using).
- Fill the glasses the rest of the way with bubbly.
see post for notes