Beverages

Hawaiian Mimosas

Make any get together feel like a party on the Islands!

The tropical flavors of pineapple, coconut and sweet cherry topped off with bubbly champagne!

Usually we make cocktails by the glass but this recipe is so party-like that I’ve made it in a pitcher

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Measure out 2 cups of pineapple juice, one cup of malibu rum, 1/4 cup of grenadine and a 750ml bottle of your favorite Champagne or Prosecco

Pour the juice, rum and grenadine over ice in a pitcher and give a stir.  Add in a bottle of bubbly, top champagne glasses with a maraschino cherry, pour and channel your inner island!

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Cheers!

Simply Sundays! ~ Hawaiian Mimosas

  • Servings: 6-8
  • Difficulty: Easy
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Ingredients

2 cups of pineapple juice

1 cup of malibu rum

1/4 cup of grenadine

750ml bottle of your favorite Champagne or Prosecco

Maraschino cherries for serving

Directions

Measure out 2 cups of pineapple juice, one cup of malibu rum, 1/4 cup of grenadine and a 750ml bottle of your favorite Champagne or Prosecco

Pour the juice, rum and grenadine over ice in a pitcher and give a stir.  Add in a bottle of bubbly, top with a maraschino cherry and channel your inner island!

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11 comments on “Hawaiian Mimosas

  1. This is such a great summer drink. Think I’m going to make it for a party we are planning in June!

  2. Lesli Schwartz

    I’m down for any mimosa! Love your twist on this cocktail. Looks so refreshing!

  3. You had me at malibu rum! What a great drink recipe! This sounds delish!

  4. Brian Jones

    Oh my what a fantastic sound sup, perfect for summer barbecue parties!

    • simplysundaysfoodblog

      True story Brian! Perfect for chillin’ at the pool!

  5. Oh this is pretty! Pineapple juice in cocktails is the best!! I could definitely have one of these on a lazy Sunday afternoon!! Cheers

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