Lemon Raspberry Sorbet Mimosa
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Remember those root beer floats you used to drink as a kid? Well, I have a fruity, adult version that you are going to LOVE! Everywhere you look these days there is a new cocktail that brings out the kid in you a bit. I’ve seen everything from “pop”tails with popsicles to cocktails with candy in it. This cocktail that I am going to share with you today does not fall short from this creative and fun trend.
Check out this adorable Lemon Raspberry Sorbet Mimosa! It's the perfect summertime treat!
Life has been giving us a lot of lemons lately, so why not make a delicious Lemon and Raspberry Sorbet Mimosa and make the best of it? To me, there is no better way to cool off during these midsummer nights than making a refreshing cocktail. The delectable combination of Prosecco, sparkling lemonade and raspberry sorbet will delight your taste buds at the end of a long day! The tartness of the lemonade and the sweetness of the raspberry sorbet complement the Prosecco in this yummy drink. What’s better than having your dessert inside of your cocktail? This super easy to make cocktail will wow you and your friends!
Lemon Raspberry Sorbet Mimosa Ingredients
Here is what you’ll need to get started:
- raspberry sorbet
- sparkling lemonade
- bottle of chilled Prosecco
- fresh lemons for garnish
As always, let’s start by washing our hands and the fresh lemons. To really get festive, I even used a spray of my favorite hand sanitizer in Tangerine Tango! You will want to grab a wine glass or champagne glass to get started. The larger the glass the better! First, scoop out three small scoops of the raspberry sorbet and place them into your glass. Fill the glass with the desired amount of Prosecco and finish with a splash of the sparkling lemonade. Garnish your cocktail with a lemon slice and you are ready to enjoy (responsibly) this summery cocktail! That was easy, right?
You can always make a mocktail version of this cocktail. Instead of adding the prosecco, just add more of the sparkling lemonade. Cheers!
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