Meet your new favorite summer drink, Guava Pear Mimosa! This delicious tropical mimosa features guava with a hint of pear, naturally sweetened with honey and topped with a fruity and beautifully bubbly sparkling rosé!

This post has been sponsored by Yankee Candle but all opinions stated are my own.

Two glasses of guava mimosa. Some pears and guava on a plate. A candle in the back

This year I am welcoming summer with a new favorite drink. This Guava Pear Mimosa is sweet, fruity, bubbly and it gives me all the summer vibes!

Particularly sunset hour or golden hour, as my kids will call it as they proceed to fill up their camera roll with golden light selfies. But who can blame them for feeling the glow of such magical hour.

The inspiration behind this guava pear mimosa recipe comes from Yankee CandleⓇ new fragrance Tropical Breeze from The Signature Collection.

Tropical Breeze has a sweet warm fragrance that reminds you of summertime, and immediately puts a smile on your face. The fragrance has notes of guava, passionfruit and juicy pear, mint leaves and Tahitian vanilla.

Guava was one of my favorite fruit growing up, so this scent hits home for me. After checking out the new fragrances from Yankee CandleⓇ Signature Collection, I felt inspired by Tropical Breeze to create a summer drink to pair with my candle and enjoy sunsets on my back deck.

So after a very long and cold winter, I am beyond excited and looking forward to enjoying a few guava mimosas, warm sunsets and the perfect mood setter, my Tropical Breeze Candle.

Tropical Breeze Yankee Candle sitting on a white marble. Some guava and pears on a plate, flowers in a vase and guava juice in the back.

what you will need to make this guava pear mimosa

It doesn’t take much to make a delicious mimosa right from the comfort of your home. Let’s go over the ingredients and substitutions so you start enjoying this delicious drink;

  1. Guava – ideally you will use 2 fresh or frozen guavas. Guava can be found seasonally in most grocery stores. Sometimes in the frozen isle all year round. If you cannot find guava fruit, worry not – grab some guava juice in the juice and beverages isle.
  2. Pear – I used a half of a pear.
  3. Sparkling rosé wine, Prosecco wine or any sweet fruity bubbly rosé of choice.
Two glasses of guava pear mimosa. Some guava and pears on a plate. Flowers scattered on the table. A candle and guava juice and the background

how to make the perfect mimosa

  1. Work on the juice blend first. For this recipe I used 2 guavas, a half of pear and sweetened with 1 tbsp of honey but feel free to Substitute for regular table sugar.
  2. Once blended, pass the juice through a sieve to separate the seeds. The separated juice will have a little texture to it, but that’s strictly due to the texture of the fruit.
  3. When ready to serve fill up a champagne flute half of the way up with guava pear juice and top with sparkling rosé. I used a half and half ratio, but feel free to adjuster according to your taste.

Note: *you can prepare the juice ahead of time, but by no more than one day as the juice will change colors and impact the fresh flavors.

** Additionally you can sub the guava and/or pear for a different fruit combination.

*** For a non-alcohol version substitute the sparkling rosé for sparkling water.

A hand pour sparkling rosé on to a champagne flute with guava juice.

how to create the perfect mood setter at home

Flowers, candles, a glass of mimosa (or your favorite drink), some background music, a good book and a big bowl of fresh fruits are my go-to mood setters.

It really doesn’t take much to create an escape-like atmosphere right at home, with minimal effort. All you need is a few of your favorite things put together to set the mood and lift the spirits.

A candle burning on a white marble. Two glasses of guava pear mimosa in background. Some flowers scattered on the table and fruit on a plate.

What would that look like for you?

To learn more and discover your favorite scent from Yankee Candle’s Signature Collection visit the link!

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guava pear mimosas

Guava Pear Mimosas

by Silvia
Prep: 15 minutes
Total: 15 minutes


  • 2 guava fruit, peeled
  • 1/2 pear
  • 2 cups filtered water
  • 1 tbsp honey
  • 1 bottle sparklin rosé wine*


  • Add the guava (frozen fruit or fresh, pulp works too!), pear, honey and water to a blender cup and pulse until well combined.
  • Pass juice through a sieve to remove the seeds. This should yield 2 to 2 1/2 cups of guava pear juice**
  • When ready to serve add half guava juice to a champagne flute and top with sparkling rosé. The ratio is half and half, but of course that's totally adjustable 🙂


*Substitute the wine for sparkling water and enjoy a delicious non-alcohol (virgin) mimosa! 
**The consistency of the juicy isn’t going to be pure liquid and it will have a little texture to it. This strickly due to the texture of the fruits. You can adjust the water to make more or less concentrated and you can also sub this homemade juice for store bought guava juice.
***Guava pear juice can be made ahead and refrigerated for up to 1 day (color will change after that)

Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.

Keyword: Alcoholic Beverages, Drinks, Mimosas, Sparklin Rosé
Course: Beverage, Drinks
Cuisine: American
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Hi! I’m Silvia.

My goal is to make cooking simple and enjoyable.

Garden in the Kitchen is full of easy and balanced recipes for busy families. Classics get a healthier twist with additions of veggies or alternative ingredients.

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