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Blood Orange Champagne Cocktail Recipe

Add a little color to your Sunday Champagne brunch with a Blood Orange Champagne Cocktail.  The ruby-tinted cocktail would be perfect during spring gatherings with friends, or who are we kidding, alone.  Don’t get me wrong, I love regular mimosas too, but once in a while it’s nice to have options.

This bubbly cocktail recipe is easy to make, just squeeze a few blood oranges and add Champagne.  I order my blood oranges through Melissa’s Produce.  They’re usually available January-March and September-December.  If the blood oranges aren’t as sweet as you would like them, I recommend to add a little sugar to the rim of the glass for extra sweetness.  Salud!

Blood Orange Champagne Cocktail Recipe


  • 2 1/4 cups freshly squeezed or frozen blood-oranges
  • 2 750-ml bottles of your favorite champagne, chilled


  1. Pour about 3-4 tablespoons of blood orange juice in each champagne flute. Fill flutes with bubbly, and serve.
  2. Add sugar to glass rim for extra sweetness.

About the author

Hi, my name is Lala Castro and I take pictures of my food and travel adventures (also, my friends pitch in). I love different foods from all over the world and enjoy it with a glass of wine. All though I’m a foodie, I’m also a passionate geek at heart. In fact, sometimes you’ll see me covering tech segments on Univision. Follow me on Instagram if you want to know more about me: @sparklinglala

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