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Easy Pomegranate Mimosa

What is champagne and pomegranate juice called other that a delicious holiday cocktail? A Pomegranate Mimosa. Try it and it will quickly become one of your favorite drinks of the festive season. 

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Cranberry Champagne Mimosa (Poinsettia Cocktail)

Peppermint Mimosa {Peppermint Bark Cocktail)

Pomegranate is a super sweet fruit that always shows up around the holidays. It is perfect for winter cocktails and delicious with other fruits, as seen in our Orange Pomegranate Cocktail

It also mixes really well with sparkling wine for a delicious and elegant bubbly drink that you can serve at a holiday brunch or party. 

Pomegranate Mimosa

how to make a pomegranate mimosa

Mimosas are always popular Christmas Brunch Cocktails and this pomegranate version is one of the easiest to make. 

Not only does it look really festive but it tastes like a cup of holiday cheer too! 

I love to serve mimosas year round from my Apple Cider Mimosa in the fall to the more tropical Pineapple Mimosa in the warmer months. 

If you are looking for a festive and fun drink to serve during the winter, then you can go wrong with this pomegranate and Champagne cocktail. 

It is an elegant, classy drink that looks and tastes amazing. Plus, with only 2 ingredients, it is easy to make.

What Is In A Pomegranate Mimosa?

how to make a pomegranate mimosa

You probably know that a classic mimosa contains sparkling wine and orange juice (1 part of each). 

Our Pomegranate Mimosa calls for similar ingredients but I recommend going a bit lighter on the pomegranate juice as it is so tart. 


  • Champagne or similar sparkling wine
  • Pomegranate Juice
  • Pomegranate seeds (frozen or fresh)

You don’t need anything else to make this delicious Christmas cocktail. No cocktail shaker or blender is needed which makes it perfect for serving to a crowd. 

The only other things you will need to make this holiday cocktail sparkle are champagne flutes or coupes.

I love to use flutes as it is thought that the shape helps the bubbles stay fresh and of course, there is nothing more glamorous than a delicate flute in your hand at a party. 

When I’m serving these mimosas at a holiday party, I love using cute little enamel Christmas wine charms on each glass.

That why people can put their drink down and not get confused over whose it is. 

Pomegranate Mimosas For A Crowd

While this is a really simple cocktail that is perfect for the holidays, it is not a make-ahead drink that you can prepare in a pitcher like a mojito. 

In order to keep the sparkling wine fresh, it is best not to leave it for too long in the glasses before serving to guests. 

One solution you can do it to fill a tray with champagne flutes and pour the pomegranate juice into each one.

When you are ready to serve, you can top each flute up with the sparkling wine then garnish. 

Pomegranate Mimosa Mocktail

If you want to serve up a non-alcoholic version of the Pomegranate Champagne cocktail then you can substitute the sparkling wine for club soda. 

Pomegranate Mimosa – FAQ

how to make a pomegranate mimosa

What is Champagne and pomegranate juice called?

Pomegranate Poinsettia is the most common name for this pomegranate Mimosa that is a cocktail of sparkling wine and Pomegranate juice. 

The classic Poinsettia cocktail is made with cranberry juice though. 

What is the best alcohol for a mimosa?

Given that you are mixing the sparkling wine with juice for this cocktail, a lot of people actually prefer to use a cheaper sparkling wine such as Prosecco or Cava for their mimosas. 

Personally I always choose a dry or brut sparkling wine for my cocktails as it is great with the sweetness of the juice. 

pomegranate mimosa
Yield: 8

Pomegranate Mimosa Recipe

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 3 minutes
Total Time: 3 minutes

Enjoy the perfect holiday treat with pomegranate juice and Champagne cocktail.

It's delicious and easy to make!

One standard bottle of Champagne or Prosecco should make 8 glasses of this mimosa.


  • 1 Bottle Champagne or sparkling wine
  • 2 Cups Pomegranate Juice
  • 1.2 cup of Pomegranate seeds


  1. Fill the Champagne flute about halfway with Prosecco or another sparkling wine
  2. Top with pomegranate juice
  3. Garnish with pomegranate seeds


  1. Non-alcoholic version - substitute the Champagne for club soda or sparkling water
  2. You can use any sparkling wine you wish for this cocktail. My preference is Cava as it is cheaper (!) and a bit lighter.

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