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Mimosa Mocktail

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The classic mimosa is now alcohol free and delicious as ever! This Mimosa Mocktail is bubbly, refreshing, and made with 2 ingredients- alcohol removed champagne (not sparkling grape juice) and orange juice. They are perfect for brunch, baby showers, and every day celebrations.

For other non alcoholic champagne recipes, try my Aperol Spritz Mocktail. Or browse all my mocktails, there are tons because we love mocktails here!

Close up of Mimosa Mocktail and 2 others in the background.

Why This Is The BEST Mimosa

  • It is made with alcohol removed, non alcoholic champagne. There is no grapey sparkling ciders, sodas, or carbonated waters in this recipe.
  • 2 easy ingredients: All you need is non alcoholic champagne and orange juice. 3 ingredients if you include a fresh orange slice garnish.
  • A quick classic mocktail: Just pour, garnish, and serve! You don’t even need to stir mimosas because the bubbles in the champagne do that for you.

What Is A Mimosa Mocktail?

Mimosas are a beautiful orange cocktail made with equal parts champagne and orange juice. It is light, bubbly, with a slight citrus flavor. They are popular to drink with breakfast and brunch or at events like baby showers, weddings, mother’s day, and other special occasions. I love mine with fluffy Sugar Donuts!

This recipe is the alcohol free mocktail version using non alcoholic champagne NOT sparkling wine. I find that sparkling wine is super sweet with an odd grape flavor. Definitely opt for the alcohol removed champagne and you won’t even know your mimosa is a mocktail.

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Non Alcoholic Mimosa Mocktail Ingredients

This recipe is only 2 ingredients, 3 if you include the garnish. Below are a few notes and things to consider when making a classic Mimosa Mocktail.

  • Non Alcoholic Champagne: I recommend Fre Non Alcoholic Sparkling Brut (Brut refers to the sweetness level of the NA champagne. It is dryer than a Prosecco).
  • Orange Juice: Feel free to squeeze your own or use bottled orange juice. Be sure to opt for pulp free with minimal amounts of sugar.
  • Orange Slices: Wash the oranges thoroughly before slicing. Feel free to omit this if you do not want to garnish your mimosa.

PRO TIP: Chill the ingredients ahead of time so you do not have to add ice and risk the mimosas becoming watered down. Another option is to make ice cubes with the orange juice.

GLASSWARE: Mimosas are typically served in champagne flutes. They also look great in wine glasses or other stemmed glassware like coupe glasses.

Ingredients. Alcohol removed non alcoholic champagne, orange juice, and oranges for garnish.

How to Make A Mimosa Mocktail

There is nothing complicated about making a Classic Mimosa Mocktail. It is 3 simple steps:

  1. To a champagne flute, add orange juice.
  2. Top with non alcoholic champagne.
  3. Garnish with orange slice and SERVE!
3 mimosas ready to drink with friends. More orange juice and non alcoholic champagne on the side.

What Kind Of Non Alcoholic Champagne Is Best?

Non Alcoholic and Alcohol Removed Spirits have become increasingly popular, including Non Alcoholic Champagnes. Be sure the bottle says 0.0% ABV, anything else may not be truly alcohol free.

My favorite brands are Lyre’s and Fre by Sutter Homes (and what I used in this recipe). Others I recommend are Surely, Gruvi, Joyus, and Noughty.

Non Alcoholic Champagnes can be ordered online, found at your local CVS stores (it is one of the few places that has NA options), at your local grocery store, and even in some liquor stores in their Spiritless aisle.

Non Alcoholic Mimosa Champagne Substitutes

If you want to opt out of using 0.0% ABV non alcoholic champagne, you have a few options:

  • Sparkling water or mineral water- either plain or flavors like lemon, lime, grapefruit, etc.
  • Ginger ale- this will add a sweet ginger bite to the orange.
  • Sparkling wines- the variety using white grapes is best in this recipe. It will give the mimosa a grapier flavor.
  • Fruit Juices- apple, white grape, peach juice, pineapple juice, or other light color and flavored juices.
  • Pop (Soda if you are not from the midwest)- 7 Up or Sprite.
A bottle of alcohol removed non alcoholic champagne. Fre sparkling brut.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

What is the best non alcoholic champagne for mimosas?

Favorite non alcoholic champagne brands are Lyre’s Classico and Fre Sparkling Brut. Others popular options are Surely, Gruvi, Joyus, and Noughty.

How much champagne do you need for mimosas?

This is entirely up to your taste preferences. The classic ratio is equal parts champagne and orange juice.

How many mimosas will one bottle of champagne and one bottle of orange juice make?

If you are making a classic mimosa (equal parts champagne and orange juice) with 750mL sized bottles, you can make 8 mimosas.

Classic mimosa with an orange wedge garnish.

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Classic Mimosa Mocktail

Elizabeth Swoish
This classic Mimosa Mocktail is bubbly, refreshing, and perfect for celebrations. It is non alcoholic and made with alcohol removed champagne. I guarantee nobody will know the difference!
5 from 6 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Beverage
Servings 1
Calories 43 kcal

EQUIPMENT

  • Champagne Flute(s)

INGREDIENTS
  

INSTRUCTIONS
 

  • To a champagne flute add chilled orange juice.
  • Top with chilled non alcoholic champagne.
  • Garnish with a slice of orange and serve.

VIDEO

RECIPE NOTES

  1. How many mimosas will one 750mL bottle of champagne and orange juice make? If you are making a classic mimosa (equal parts champagne and orange juice), you can make 8 mimosas.
  2. What is the best non alcoholic champagne for mimosas? Favorite non alcoholic champagne brands are Lyre’s Classico and Fre Sparkling Brut. Others popular options are Surely, Gruvi, Joyus, and Noughty.
 

* Non Alcoholic Champagne Substitutes:

  • Sparkling water or mineral water- either plain or flavors like lemon, lime, grapefruit, etc.
  • Ginger ale- this will add a sweet ginger bite to the orange.
  • Sparkling wines- the variety using white grapes is best in this recipe. It will give the mimosa a grapier flavor.
  • Fruit Juices- apple, white grape, peach juice, pineapple juice, or other light color and flavored juices.
  • Pop (Soda if you are not from the midwest)-7 Up or Sprite.

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By Elizabeth Swoish on January 9th, 2023
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Elizabeth Swoish is the founder and CEO of Entirely Elizabeth. She is a self-taught foodie and mocktail enthusiast with a business degree in data analysis. Read Elizabeth's food journey or connect on your favorite social media channels.

6 thoughts on “Mimosa Mocktail”

  1. 5 stars
    Thank you for posting this as a non-alcoholic drink. We don’t consume alcohol but we do like some fancy drinks. I found the Champagne you used and it tastes delicious. You have so many great mocktail recipes.

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  2. 5 stars
    My husband and I had kind of a rough day yesterday so I started our day off this morning with these mimosa mocktails and giant plates of pancakes. It’s still a normal workday, so we appreciated the experience of drinking mimosas before work without showing up to work buzzed. 😂 These mocktails are going to be a frequent guest on our breakfast table.

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  3. 5 stars
    I had never tried a zero alcohol champagne before and I was so impressed with how it tasted.
    I am 6 months pregnant but really wanted to be involved in my sisters hen party brunch. This was the perfect mocktail!

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