Rosé Raspberry Sorbet Mimosas are a fun cocktail for Mother’s Day, bridal showers, brunch or just a girls get together. These girly cocktails are so easy to make and everyone will love them!
It’s Friday! And PSA – Mother’s Day is SUNDAY! Mother’s Day is a pretty emotionally loaded day for many people. If you are lucky enough to have your mom in your life, be sure to celebrate her. If you are lucky enough to BE a mom and have your children here to celebrate you, treasure that. For people who have lost their mothers, or their children – be tender with yourself this weekend. And that is all the heavy, emotional stuff I will throw at you today. ❤❤❤ Back to these Rosé Raspberry Sorbet Mimosas.
Watch the video of how to make these Rosé Raspberry Sorbet Mimosas here!
No matter how Mother’s Day makes you feel, you may or may not want a cocktail (or two!). I had a Sorbet Mimosa when I went out to brunch a few weeks ago and was like “Mind. Blown.” I decided to try these Rosé Raspberry Sorbet Mimosas because I love rosé and I love raspberries and I obviously love mimosas. These would be great drinks to serve at a brunch, bridal shower, baby shower (for the non-pregs, obviously), or girls night.
Not only are these Rosé Raspberry Sorbet Mimosas fun, but they are so easy too! Seriously, place a scoop of sorbet in a flute, top with champagne – could it get any easier? I garnished with rosemary, but I think mint would be really great too. Also you could skip the garnish if you don’t have any fresh herbs on hand. What is your favorite brunch cocktail? And how do you plan on taking care of your mom – or yourself – on Mother’s Day?
Rosé Raspbery Sorbet Mimosas
- 1 bottle Rosé Champagne/sparkling wine
- 1 pint raspberry sorbet
- fresh herbs for garnish such as rosemary or mint (optional)
- To make one drink: Place one small scoop of sorbet into a champagne flute, top with champagne. Garnish with herbs if using. Serve immediately.
mobasir hassan says
Truly appreciate the way you made it. Everything is so nicely described that really helped me.
mobasir hassan says
Truly appreciate the way you made this beautiful sorbet. They are the best. Everything is so nicely described that really helped . I am looking for more such delicious recipes in future too.
Waah..It’s so good.
Thanks for sharing! I love this as an alternative to punch!
Thanks Vanessa, I hope you love it!
Looks like a bit girly drink for me! But definitely perfect for everybody. I would love to try this one.
It is a bit girly, but a fun one. Thanks, I hope you try it!
Richa Gupta says
Oh my, this looks so much refreshing!
Gorgeous! I don’t know a mother who wouldn’t love these!
Amy tarvin says
Looks so pretty! And refreshing. (Would offer gingerale or a sparkling rasberry rose’ cider for non-alchoholic alternative. )
Thank you Amy! That is a great idea for the non alcoholic alternative!
What fun! There’s an Italian cocktail called Sgroppino (sp?) that uses lemon sorbet, but I’ve never thought to play with other sorbets! Brilliant.
Hi Mimi – Oh, I’ve never heard of that, but it sounds great! I think this would work with most flavors of sorbet. It would be fun to experiment with different flavors!
moe seneczko says
can you make this a large quantity as opposed to individual drinks…ie: punch bowl
You could, but the sorbet melts pretty quickly. So if you want the sorbet to actually be floating in the drink it is best to serve individually as people are about to consume them. You could always pre-scoop the sorbet and keep the scoops in the freezer to make serving faster and easier.
Are those frozen strawberry cubes in the pic?
Hi Claudia – nope, it is just the sorbet and champagne! But strawberry cubes sound cute 🙂
These are stunning!
Thank you Celeste!
Wow, this drink looks just gorgeous and so refreshing! I’d love one (or two)!
megan @ Megunprocessed.com says
I love how colorful these are!
These are beautiful & joyful little explosions of delight!! Well done~👸🏻
So pretty and pink! They’d be so lovely at an elegant event but easy enough for something more casual… Bravo!
Michelle - Giraffes Can Bake says
I love these so much! I just love how easy they are to make, but look really fancy and elegant! I need these in my life asap!
I’m not really sure what to say except yes, yes, and Yes!!! Can’t wait to try!
Thank you Janette! I hope you love it!
add a drop of rose oil for a wonderful aroma and flavor
Great idea! Thanks Lorna!
jane @ littlesugarsnaps says
Such a stunningly pretty drink. Kind of like pre dinner drink and dessert in one glass. I’ll definitely be ready to accept seconds.
These are absolutely beautiful! and I love your sweet (and wise!) words about mother’s day…
What beautiful beverages. They would be amazing at a girlie brunch!
wow!! These are so elegant! Talk about taking brunch to the next level!