Recipe for “Mimosa” – a keto cocktail

Mimosa cocktail

With bubbles and virtually no carbs, it’s the perfect combination for a keto cocktail!

The usual mimosa cocktail is a mixture of champagne and orange juice, not a keto product at all. But dry sparkling wine is very low in carbs and tastes great, and is also a traditional New Year’s Eve companion. So you can use a lifehack on how to make the drink brighter and more festive without adding extra carbs.

Raspberry Mimosa

Bright and very low-carb cocktail
Pin Recipe
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: Ketogenic
Keyword: cocktail, keto cocktail, keto syrup, mimosa, no cooking, no dairy, no eggs, quick recipe, vegan keto, vegetarian
Servings: 4 servings
Carbohydrates: 1g


  • 250 ml dry sparkling wine (or champagne)
  • 250 ml raspberry tea
  • 15 ml keto syrup (see link for keto syrup recipe)
  • 20 g raspberry (for decoration)


  • We brew and chill raspberry tea – it should not be black or green tea with a smell of raspberries, but a fruit tea, for example based on hibiscus. The "stronger" your tea – the richer and tastier the drink will be, use at least 2 bags per 250 ml of water.
  • Add a couple of raspberries each to the champagne glasses.
  • Add the syrup to the brewed tea and mix well.
  • Pour 60 ml of tea into each glass first, pour the champagne on top and enjoy.


Serving: 1serving | Calories: 50kcal | Carbohydrates: 1g

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