Elevate your mimosa game with the subtle fragrance of rose, the tart sweetness of raspberries and that bonus splash of some raspberry liqueur in this Rose Raspberry Sorbet Mimosa. These are great for making someone feel special or to celebrate someone at Mother’s Day, bridal showers, a promotion party or a fun birthday party brunch.
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This Rose Raspberry Sorbet Mimosa is the perfect fun, fruity and refreshing mimosa you will ever make and serve. You don’t even need a fancy bubbly, any sparkling white wine will do, because all the wine does here is to add the alcohol and fizz. All the taste is coming from the rose syrup, the raspberry sorbet and the Chambord.
This mimosa has rose syrup in it, not rosé wine. There are many recipes out there with raspberry sorbets and rosé sparkling wines. Those are delicious too! My friend Meghan has one on her blog Fox and Briar. I wanted to add something more feminine and a little classy to this recipe. And as you may know, I love rose flavor in many things.
Go make this mimosa and trust me, you won’t regret it one bit!
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Ingredients for rose raspberry sorbet mimosa
- Raspberry sorbet
- Rose syrup – you can use any kind, but this here is my favorite! If you don’t want to use a syrup and just want the rose flavor then this Nielsen Massey Rose water will do the trick.
- Chambord – raspberry liqueur. It is optional too but if you have it, use it. It gives a little bit of layering of flavor to this cocktail.
- Sparkling wine – use any sparkling white wine you have. I love Prosecco for my mimosas.
- Rosemary – I use it for a pop of color in this drink. It serves no flavor purpose. You could use mint instead and can also tear up the mint leaves to add flavor to it. I bet that would be delightful.
How to make rose raspberry sorbet mimosa
- Scoop up some raspberry sorbet to the serving glass. I love to use a champagne coupe instead of flutes, just so there is more space for the sorbet to be in there and you can go in with a spoon if you want to eat some of the sorbet as well.
- Add the rose syrup and raspberry liqueur.
- Top with sparkling wine.
- Garnish with raspberries and a sprig of rosemary or mint.
Variations to making rose raspberry sorbet mimosa
- You can skip the rose flavor if you are not a fan of it and just make it a raspberry sorbet mimosa.
- You can totally change up the flavor and make a mango sorbet mimosa too, just make sure to use a crisp and fruity sparkling white wine like Brut or a Dry Prosecco.
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Rose Raspberry Sorbet Mimosa
- 750 ml prosecco or any other sparkling white wine, 1 bottle
- 4 oz rose syrup
- 4 oz raspberry liqueur optional
- 4 scoops raspberry sorbet
- Scoop raspberry sorbet to four champagne coupe glasses.
- Divide and pour the rose syrup and raspberry liqueur over it.
- Top with prosecco.
- Garnish with raspberries skewered onto a cocktail stirrer and / or rosemary sprigs. These help stir the cocktail as well.