Strawberry Orange Mimosa

This Strawberry Orange Mimosa is like sipping sunshine from a glass. orange juice, strawberries, and champagne come together to create a tasty cocktail that’s easy to make and makes you feel all fancy.

Two glasses of strawberry orange mimosa next to champagne bottle

We love making cocktails. If you’re a regular reader, you’ve probably noticed that we have a ton of them on our site. There’s just something about cocktails that make any gathering more fun, and we don’t just mean the alcohol. They give a whole vibe to a gathering.

And speaking of vibes, right now as we write this post, it’s the dead of winter. It’s gray. It’s cold. And t’s miserable. You’re probably wondering why the heck we’d post such a summery cocktail right now. Well, if you think about it, now is a perfect time. We don’t know about you, but we need something to remind us that this gray purgatory won’t last forever!

Strawberry Orange Mimosa

This strawberry orange mimosa is the perfect drink for any occasion. It features champagne, so it’s fancy enough for a dinner party. It’s also the classic brunch drink. Finally, that fruity flavor is perfect for serving up in a glass at your backyard barbecue, too. There’s really no wrong time to serve these.

Every glass is filled with the sunny summer flavors of orange and strawberries along with a classy addition of your favorite Brut, Cava, or Prosecco champagne, making for a drink that is nothing but fun in a glass.

Meauring cup full of strawberries next to champagne and bottle of orange juice


It only takes three ingredients to make this delicious cocktail. It doesn’t get much easier than that!

  • Orange juice – no pulp
  • Strawberries – tops removed
  • Brut, Cava, or Prosecco – chilled

**See the recipe card at the end of the post for quantities.


You only need one piece of basic kitchen equipment to make this tasty cocktail.

  • Blender


As you’ve probably guessed from the ingredient and equipment list, this strawberry orange mimosa is super easy to make. It only takes two steps!

Step 1: Blend the Orange Juice and Strawberries

Add the orange juice and strawberries to your blender and blend until smooth.

Overhead shot of mimosa ingredients in food processor

Step 2: Make the Strawberry Orange Mimosa

Fill a champagne flute halfway with champagne. Then, pour the orange juice and strawberry mixture into the flute. Garnish with a strawberry and serve.

Hint: Be sure to use pulp-free orange juice so your drink is nice and smooth.

Two flutes filled with strawberry orange mimosas


Like any cocktail, you want to serve these as you make them so you don’t have any leftovers. Only make one batch at a time, as these are not good when left for the next day.


This is such a simple recipe, we really only have a couple of tips to remember.

No Pulp – Always get pulp-free orange juice. Even in a blender, you’ll never be able to get a nice, smooth texture if your orange juice has pulp in it.

Make it a Slushie – For backyard bashes in the summer, do something a little different. Freeze the orange juice and strawberry mixture until slushy, and then pour it into your glass with the champagne for an extra cool treat.

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Two flutes filled with strawberry orange mimosa

Strawberry Orange Mimosa FAQ

If you have questions about this strawberry orange mimosa, then we have answers. The following FAQ answers the most commonly asked questions about mimosas.

Who invented mimosas?
There are two competing stories. One says that a bartender at the Ritz Hotel in Paris created the cocktail in 1925. Another popular story is that Alfred Hitchcock invented the drink in San Franciso in the 1940s.

Why is mimosa called mimosa?
Mimosa is a plant that produces vibrant yellow flowers. The mimosa is said to get its name from its color resembling that of the flower.

What alcohol is best for mimosas?
The best alcohol for mimosas isn’t champagne at all, it’s sparkling wine. Cava and Prosecco are both Italian sparkling wines that make for excellent mimosas.

Why are mimosas part of brunch?
Mimosas are so often part of brunch because they’re the most popular alcoholic beverage for day drinking.

Will mimosas get you drunk?
Mimosas are made with champagne or sparkling wine, both of which aren’t exactly strong. One mimosa isn’t likely to affect you. However, be careful if you have multiple mimosas in a short amount of time. Depending on your tolerance, you’ll get a little buzz or you’ll get outright drunk.

Try This Strawberry Orange Mimosa Recipe

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Strawberry Orange Mimosa

This Strawberry Orange Mimosa is a little bit of summer in every flute. Orange juice, strawberries, and sparkling wine. What could be better?
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Course: Cocktails, Drinks
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
Servings: 2 Servings
Author: Rob


  • 2 cups Orange Juice No pulp
  • 1/2 cup Strawberries, washed with green tops removed
  • 1 bottle champagne Brut, Cava, or Prosecco (chilled)


  • Add orange juice to the blender.
  • Add strawberries with green tips removed.
  • Blend until smooth.
  • Fill a champagne flute halfway with champagne.
  • Top with orange-strawberry juice mixture.
  • Garnish with strawberry.

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