4 Special, Sparkling Champagne Cocktails for Your Next Brunch

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Wow your brunch guests with these simple Champagne drinks
No Spoon Necessary

No Spoon Necessary

This Mango and Raspberry Mimosa is colorful, fruity, bubbly, and everything you want.

There’s no cocktail base that is more special than Champagne. Classic, dry, refreshing, and perfectly bubbly, Champagne is an easy way to tell the special people in your life that you truly do care about them. (And that you’re more than a little classy.)



To celebrate the lightness and loveliness of Champagne and brunch, we reached out to our Culinary Content Network of food bloggers to see how they love to pour bubbly. These beautiful, simple cocktails are sure to stun at your next brunch party.

Blue Sparkling Star Cocktail

Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks



Who says that a Champagne cocktail can’t be whimsical? Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks’ bright blue cocktail is a funky color thanks to a dash of blue Curaçao. It’s perfect for a tropical-themed brunch party.

For the Blue Sparkling Star Cocktail recipe, click here.

Mango and Raspberry Mimosa

No Spoon Necessary



Nothing says Sunday brunch quite like a mimosa. According to No Spoon Necessary, this particular recipe is “fruity, sweet, a tad tart, effervescent, and perfectly refreshing.” We have no problems with that!

For the Mango and Raspberry Mimosa recipe, click here.

Pomegranate Rosemary Mimosa

My Suburban Kitchen



This stunning Champagne cocktail has a bit of an ombré effect, thanks to the dark red pomegranate juice. My Suburban Kitchen adds a simple herb complexity to this drink using rosemary.

For the Pomegranate Rosemary Mimosa recipe, click here.

Spiced Pear Bellini

Cupcakes and Cutlery



The Bellini is a classic brunch cocktail, but Cupcakes and Cutlery gives it a comforting twist with a delicious spiced pear syrup. The cinnamon and pear nectar flavors will compliment brunch dishes like French toast perfectly.

For the Spiced Pear Bellini recipe, click here.

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