The ultimate cocktail for all your brunch needs. The Pina Colada mimosa looks fancy but is so easy to make you'll want to drink morning, noon and night.
Give mimosas a tropical spin with a super-easy Pina Colada Mimosa recipe. Part wine slushie, part classic mimosa, this recipe is a must not just for brunch but also tiki parties, girls weekends or just anytime you want some tropical chill in your life.
This cocktail is ridiculously easy to make. Just whip up Duplin Pina Colada Sweetzer, fill a flute halfway and then top off the flute with Duplin Sweet Rosé, Sweet Lily or Sweet Poppy. If you use Sweet Rosé blush or Sweet Poppy red, the mimosa will have a gorgeous sunset hue. In fact, you might want to mix this drink in front of your guests. When you pour in the wine, the colors swirl like a setting sun.
The final touch is a few chunks of sunshine yellow pineapple.