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There are never enough mimosas in my life. A weekend isn’t kicked off properly without a great mimosa. Start a weekend morning with the flavors of Hawaii with these Hawaiian Pineapple Mimosas made with pineapple juice and champagne.
Hawaiian Pineapple Mimosas
Now, I have plenty of mimosa recipes. However, these Hawaiian Pineapple Mimosas are probably my favorite. And even though I rave all about the prosecco in other mimosa recipes, I used a Cava wine in this recipe. Cava is a sparkling wine from Spain. It was perfectly paired with the pineapple juice.
To make these Hawaiian Pineapple Mimosas start by filling champagne flutes with pineapple juice. Then pour the sparkling wine into the pineapple juice. Be gentle, it may just bubble on over…
Continue to let the bubbly collapse and fill with the sparkling wine. Let’s talk about the sparkling wine. I will tell you don’t get a Champagne, Prosecco or Cava that is too dry. I always try to get one that is labeled extra dry as it is a slight bit sweeter than one labeled to be brut. With that being said, I have had several brut bottles of bubbly that were not overly dry. So, go with the bottle you know you like or grab the extra dry bottle.
When it comes to garnishing the Hawaiian Pineapple Mimosa, go ahead and use a few pineapple wedges. Just cut a small slit in the pineapple and place it over the glass rim. I wait till I fill the champagne flutes before adding the garnish.
Start a weekend morning with the flavors of Hawaiian with these Hawaiian Pineapple Mimosa made with pineapple juice and champagne.
- 1 bottle Sparkling wine such as Prosecco, Champagne, Cava
- 1 bottle Pineapple Juice
- 1 Pineapple, sliced for garnish
Fill Champagne flutes half full with pineapple juice.
Top off each glass with the sparkling wine.
Garnish with the pineapple slice and enjoy.