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Pink Champagne Cocktails

Pretty In Pink… Champagne, That Is!

With pink champagne sales on the rise, it’s no wonder if you’ve started to look at that bottle of bubbly and wondered what other drinks can be made from it. Pink champagnes are fruity in flavor and tend to pair well with strawberries due to the similarity in taste. The sweetness level can vary depending on the maker: if you’re picking up a bottle, make sure to pay attention to the neck tag for notes about the particular flavor profile. Although champagne is traditionally a drink for ‘special occasions’, there’s nothing wrong with popping open a bottle to enjoy during a quiet night in.

With fruity undertones and a pleasing flavor, it makes sense to try using pink champagne in mixed drinks. But if you’ve never made a pink champagne cocktail before, where do you begin? Are there certain flavors that work best with the bubbly beverage? Worry not! We’ve done the research to compile a list of cocktails (and their ingredients) that utilize pink champagne. Scroll through the list below for some delicious cocktail ideas. In no time at all, you’ll be enjoying a sweet bubbly creation.

Creamy Candy Cocktail

– Pink Champagne, Strawberry Ice Cream, White Chocolate Chips, Rock Candy, Strawberries

This cocktail relies heavily on the sweet strawberry flavor to make your taste buds purr. It’s a bit decadent, so it would be best for special occasions or when you’re looking to satisfy your sweet tooth. To create this drink:

  • Dip your glass into the melted chocolate and then the crushed rock candies
  • While that cools, muddle the strawberries and add to glass
  • Add a scoop of ice cream over muddled strawberries
  • Top with champagne and serve

Pink Punch

– For Pitcher: 1 Bottle Pink Champagne, 1 Cup Vodka, 1/2 Cup Orange Liqueur
For Single Serving: 6 Ounces Pink Champagne, 1 Ounce Vodka, 1/2 Ounce Orange Liqueur

A yummy drink that can be made in pitcher form for a party or in a solo glass for an evening in, this punch is sure to be a heavy hitter. Bonus: this cocktail is great for festive occasions, so mix up a batch next holiday party! To create this drink:

For Pitcher:

  • Mix champagne, vodka, and orange liqueur in a large pitcher
  • Mix well
  • If desired, garnish with orange slices or raspberries and serve

For Single Serving:

  • Mix champagne, vodka, and orange liqueur in a glass
  • Mix well
  • If desired, garnish with an orange slice or raspberry and serve

Pink Champagne Margarita

– 1 Cup Pink Champagne, 1/2 Cup Tequila, 1/4 Cup Triple Sec, 2 Cups Lemonade, 1/4 Cup Lime Juice, Lime Slices

This drink puts a spin on a typical margarita, revamping the cocktail with a fruity flavor and fun color. It’s sure to be a hit on the next girl’s night in. To create this drink:

  • Combine champagne, tequila, triple sec, lemonade, and lime juice
  • Pour mixture evenly between glasses
  • Place lime slice on rim of each glass
  • Add extra decor if desired (rock candy sticks, twizzlers, etc) and serve

Rosy Mimosa

– Pink Champagne, Orange Juice, Rose Syrup, Raspberries, Blueberries

Playing on the sweet vs sour factor, this drink recipe is the perfect blend for your tastebuds. The rose syrup gives it that extra punch to really win you (or your guests) over. To create this drink:

  • Fill champagne flute halfway with orange juice
  • Top off flute with champagne
  • Add 1 tablespoon of rose syrup per flute
  • Garnish with raspberries and blueberries, then serve

Pink Champagne Shirley Temple

– 8 Ounces Pink Champagne, Grenadine, Crushed Ice, Cocktail Cherries, Orange Segments

A champagne spin on a well-loved favorite, this Shirley Temple is for the grown-ups only. Perfect for drinking alongside brunch or lunch, it’s both refreshing and has a bit of a bite. Wanting to try this for yourself? To create this drink:

  • Combine champagne with a splash of grenadine
  • Fill glass halfway with crushed ice and top with champagne mixture
  • Garnish with cherries and oranges, then serve

Strawberries & Limes Champagne Cocktail

– 1/2 Cup Pink Champagne, 1/4 Cup Strawberry Puree, 1/2 Tablespoon Lime Juice, Mint Springs, Lime Wedges, Strawberries

This drink has a bright, refreshing flavor perfect for hot summers. The minty flavor blends well with the sweeter strawberry and the lime helps further even things out. You can serve this to friends or just whip one up quickly for yourself. To create this drink:

  • Pour strawberry puree and lime juice into champagne flute
  • Top with champagne
  • Decorate rim of glass with lime wedge and strawberry
  • Add mint and serve

Bubbly Rhubarb Gin

– 4 Ounces Pink Champagne, 2 Ounces Gin, Bitters, 1 Stick Rhubarb, 1 Cup Sugar, Water, Strawberry Slices

Filled with complex flavors and decorated with fresh fruit, this cocktail is the best of both worlds. The rhubarb and gin help balance the sweeter pink champagne. This drink is perfect for those who aren’t typically a fan of champagne. If you’re looking to impress, understand this cocktail takes a bit more prep but it is so worth it. To create this drink:

  • Add rhubarb and sugar to a pot, then cover with water
  • Bring pot to a boil, then lower heat to medium and cover
  • Remove from heat when rhubarb begins to break apart and strain into fresh container
  • While that cools, add a dash of bitters to a cocktail glass and swirl to cover interior of glass
  • Combine champagne and gin in glass
  • Top with mix
  • Garnish with strawberries and serve

Jingle Juice Holiday Punch

– 1 Bottle Pink Champagne, 1 Bottle Whipped Cream Vodka, 2 Liter 7-Up, Cranberries

When Christmas rolls around, bring out this drink recipe for a fun and festive beverage everyone will love. The flavored vodka blends well with the other flavors and allows the pink champagne to really shine. Remember to put this drink to the test when holiday season comes around! To create this drink:

  • Combine champagne and vodka in a bowl or pitcher
  • Add 7-Up
  • Float cranberries in mixture and add ice, then serve

Pink Raspberry Sangria

– 1 Bottle Pink Champagne, 2 & 1/2 Cup Raspberry Vodka, 2 Cups 7-Up, 1 Cup Raspberries, 1/4 Cup Sugar, Water, Mint

A drink perfect for fruit lovers, this cocktail recipe is as tasty as it is visually appealing. Serve it in a large pitcher for get-togethers and wow your guests. To create this drink:

  • Create simple syrup by combining 1/2 cup of raspberries, sugar, and water in a pot
  • Bring mixture to boil until sugar dissolves and remove from heat
  • Strain mixture into container and set aside
  • Combine rest of raspberries, champagne, vodka, 7-up, and syrup
  • Top with mint and serve

Pink Limeade with Champagne Clouds

– 12 Ounces Pink Champagne, 4 Ounces Limeade, Champagne Cotton Candy

This drink is really finished off with the cute cotton candy clouds served alongside the beverage. Serve this drink after dinner to impress guests. It’s also perfect for parties! To create this drink:

  • Pour 3 ounces of champagne into 4 glasses
  • Pour 1 ounce of limeade into each glass
  • Spear a piece of cotton candy with a toothpick and balance on each glass, then serve

If you’re looking to add pink champagne to your next cocktail, hopefully one of these ideas will work for you. Most of these drinks are perfect for a sweeter swip, so you may find yourself wanting to skip deserts and reach for one of these instead! Experiment with different brands of pink champagne to see which works best with which recipe.