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Crown Royal Peach Mimosa (Delish!)

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This Crown Royal Peach Mimosa is a marvelous way to spruce up your brunch cocktails! Peach Crown Royal adds a boozy twist of whisky and mixes exceptionally well with orange juice and champagne. Now you can have Crown Peach Whiskey drinks for brunch!

Crown Peach Mimosa cocktails with peach slices and mint garnish.

 

Who knew peach whisky went so well with champagne? It’s actually an amazing combination. There’s warmth from the whisky, yet cool bubbles from the champagne. Should have known it would be a winning combo!

In fact, if you’re mixing champagne and Peach Crown, this Sparkling Peach Crown Drink is another delicious drink recipe.

Serving this Crown Royal Peach Mimosa will really up your brunch menu! Fair warning, it’s a strong cocktail. If you’re used to enjoying several mimosas at brunch, you might want to take it a little slower with these Crown Peach drinks. There’s a whole shot of whisky, which adds a lot more alcohol.

Up close view of a Crown Peach Mimosa.

 

What Kind of Champagne is Best for Mimosas?

It depends on your tastes! If you’re a fan of really sweet drinks, then use champagnes labeled Dry and Extra Dry. Which are confusing names, but Dry and Extra Dry are sweet champagnes.

Since a typical mimosa is mixed with orange juice, which adds sweetness, I prefer less sweet champagnes. Brute and Extra Brute are the basic less-sweet champagnes readily available.

And if in doubt, the best choice is to use the type of champagne you enjoy!

Two Crown Peach Mimosas on table.

What Does Peach Crown Taste Like?

Crown Royal Peach is one of the most popular flavored whiskies by Crown Royal. When you open a bottle, the sweet aroma of peaches is strong, but the flavor isn’t overly peachy. It’s just the right amount of peach flavor with hints of vanilla and caramel.

Peach Crown is aged in oak barrels so you still get the slight oaky notes same as you do in traditional Crown Royal.

Once you’ve tried it, you’ll be making Crown Peach Whiskey drinks all the time.

What Mixes Well with Crown Peach?

You can use other fruit juices for mimosas besides orange juice! Here are some great flavor combinations for a Crown Peach Mimosa:

  • Peach Juice – I use Simply Peach and it’s very fresh tasting.
  • Cranberry Juice – Crown Peach mixes really well with cranberry juice too.
  • Pineapple Juice – substitute orange juice with pineapple juice in this Crown Peach Mimosa for another delicious flavor combination.

Other Delicious Peach Crown Royal Mixed Drinks:

Crown Royal Peach Beach Drink

Peach Crown Jello Shots

Crown Royal Peach and Cream Soda

Crown Peach Red White & Blue Layered Shots (really creamy patriotic shot!)

Crown Royal Peach Tea Recipe (3 Ways)

Sparkling Peach Crown Royal Fizz

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Pouring champagne over orange juice and Crown Royal Peach whisky in a champagne flute.

 

Do You Need a Non-Alcoholic Version?

Not everyone at your breakfast or brunch gathering might want an alcoholic drink.

To make sure all your guests have the opportunity to enjoy a delicious peach drink, you can create a non-alcoholic peach mimosa. Mix a shot of orange juice, peach juice and top with ginger ale. Or delight them with a Banna Peach Smoothie for a special peach treat.

Crown Royal Peach Mimosa Ingredients

With just 3 ingredients, you can make these Crown Peach Whiskey drinks quick and easy.

  • 1.5 oz Crown Royal Peach Whisky
  • 1.5 oz Orange Juice (no pulp)
  • 3 oz Champagne (chilled)
  • Fresh Peach slice and mint sprig for garnish

Crown Peach Mimosa ingredients on counter.

 

How to Make a Crown Peach Mimosa

Make sure to add drink ingredients in order.

Step 1: Pour 1 shot of Crown Royal Peach into your champagne flute.

Tip: Chill your bottle of Peach Crown and your peach mimosa will stay cooler longer.

Pouring Crown Peach whisky into champagne glass.

 

Step 2: Add 1 shot of pulp-free orange juice.

Tip: I also tried using Simply Peach juice and it was delicious. Very peachy. If you love peach in general, try it! It’s also wonderful with pineapple juice. So many options and they are all fantastic.

Pouring orange juice over Crown Royal Peach Whisky in a champagne glass.

 

Step 3: Top with 3 oz of Champagne

Tip: Use less-sweet champagne such as Brut or Extra Brut. The fruit juice is sweet and the less-sweet champagne really balances out the sweetness of the mimosa.

Pouring champagne over Peach Crown and Orange Juice in a champagne glass.

 

Step 4: Add a fresh peach slice and sprig of mint for garnish.

Tip: The mint is just for presentation! It’s not necessary for a tasty Crown Peach Mimosa.

Top view of a Crown Peach Mimosa with peach slice and mint sprig for garnishes.

 

Serve up this glass of tasty Crown Royal Peach Mimosa at your next brunch gathering! It’s perfect for any occasion you’d normally serve mimosas. Try it for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day or simply add it to your lazy Sunday morning family brunch.

It’s fruity, fresh and bubbly! Worthy of a top spot on your brunch menu. It’s hard to go wrong with Crown Peach Whiskey drinks. Cheers!

Two Crown Peach Mimosas on table.

Crown Royal Peach Mimosa

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 3 minutes
Total Time: 3 minutes

This Crown Royal Peach Mimosa is a marvelous way to spruce up your brunch cocktails! Peach Crown Royal adds a boozy twist of whisky and mixes exceptionally well with orange juice and champagne.

Ingredients

  • 1.5 oz Crown Royal Peach Whisky
  • 1.5 oz Orange Juice (no pulp)
  • 3 oz Champagne (chilled)
  • Fresh Peach slice and mint sprig for garnish

Instructions

  1. Pour 1 shot of Crown Royal Peach into your champagne flute.
  2. Add 1 shot of pulp-free orange juice.
  3. Top with 3 oz of Champagne.
  4. Add a fresh peach slice and sprig of mint for garnish.

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