It’s bubbly, it’s bright, it’s the Champagne Cocktail your Sunday ladies brunches have been missing! Celebrate Summer by pouring drinks and making a toast with this fun and easy drink.
Let’s stir up some fun with a Peach Sorbet Champagne Cocktail. Whether you are celebrating a romantic evening at home, having brunch with the girls, or relaxing by the pool, you are going to love this refreshingly perfect champagne cocktail recipe.
Simple Champagne Cocktails Recipe
There is truly nothing better than a great drink, especially ones that are equal parts refreshing and delicious.
I can’t think of anything better than sipping on an incredible drink and having it transport you to that vacation we are all itching to go on.
Imagine it…you sitting by the pool or the ocean with a fancy drink in your hand and the sun warming you…can you see it?
This Peach Sorbet Champagne cocktail is perfect for both spring and summer romantic breakfast in bed dates, Sunday brunch with friends or family, peach themed bridal showers, and more!
Champagne Cocktail Ingredients
You only need a couple ingredients to make liquid magic happen over here!
Champagne: for this recipe you will need chilled champagne. You can use a Brut Champagne or whatever you have handy!
Sorbet: to get that delicious peach flavor, I used peach sorbet. You can pick this up at a local grocery store or ice cream shop.
You can make this recipe with other flavors too! If you want to try other flavors, I recommend experimenting with raspberry, orange, or lemon sorbet.
The finishing touch: I recommend adding fresh fruit or edible flowers, like orange slices, raspberries, sliced peaches, or lavender to top off the drink before serving!
How to make Peach Champagne Cocktails
1. Chill the glasses. Chill your glasses for 30 minutes to an hour before using.
Note: This recipe makes two servings, so make sure you chill the proper amount of glasses!
2. Fill the glasses with sorbet. Using a 1 tbsp cookie scooper, fill your glass with 3 scoops of peach sorbet.
3. Top the glasses with champagne. Fill each glass with chilled champagne and garnish with fresh fruit or edible flowers. Serve immediately and enjoy!
Date Night Idea
Looking for a fun date night idea? Make these with cocktails with your special someone and:
- DYI paint night
- Play board games
- Bubbly and movie night
What to serve with Champagne Cocktails
I love bubbles and brunch, cocktails by the pool, or drinks with friends after a long day. Here are some of my favorite brunch items and appetizers to serve with this cocktail:
- Veggie Breakfast Pizza
- Veggie Egg Frittata Muffins
- Spinach and Artichoke Dip Wonton Cups
- Pea Pesto Tomato Crostini
Questions You Might Have
If you are looking to add to your champagne cocktail, I recommend adding ice and fresh or frozen fruit.
A splash of pomegranate juice is always nice too.
No. Vodka contains about 40% alcohol and Champagne contains only about 12% alcohol.
No matter the alcohol content, always remember to please drink responsibly.
Champagne is the most popular or well-known sparkling wine.
Prosecco and Champagne are both sparkling wines. However, there is a difference.
Champagne comes from the Champagne region of France (which is highly regulated) using only Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes. Prosecco comes from the village of Prosecco in the northeastern part of Italy and made from Glera grapes.
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Peach Sorbet Champagne Cocktails
- chilled champagne
- 6 small scoops of peach sorbet
- fresh fruit or edible flowers, like orange slices, raspberries, sliced peaches, or lavender.
- Chill your glasses for 30 minutes to an hour before using.
- Using a 1 tbsp cookie scooper, fill your glass with 3 scoops of peach sorbet.
- Fill each glass with chilled champagne and garnish with fresh fruit or edible flowers. Serve immediately and enjoy!
- If you want to try other flavors, I recommend experimenting with raspberry, orange, or lemon sorbet.