Smirnoff Fuzzy Navel

An 80's throwback! This sweet, fruity mix of Smirnoff Red, Peach Schnapps and Orange Juice will be sure to please even the pickiest of palates.

Smirnoff Fuzzy Navel


  • 25ml

    Smirnoff Red Vodka

  • 25ml

    Peach Schnapps

  • 150ml

    Orange Juice

  • 1

    Orange Wedge (Garnish)

0 units of alcohol per serve


  • 1

    Shot Glass



  • Preparation
    1. Add the first two ingredients into a Ice-filled Highball Glass.
    2. Top up with Orange Juice.
    3. Stir to combine all the ingredients.
    4. Garnish with an Orange Wedge.
  • Alcohol content

    Alcohol content:

     11g per serve

Interesting facts

The Fuzzy Navel is sometimes called a ‘Poor Man's Mimosa’, because it’s similar to a Mimosa, but doesn’t contain Champagne.

History of the drink

The Fuzzy Navel is a classic cocktail that has been enjoyed by cocktail enthusiasts for over three decades. This delicious and refreshing drink was first created in 1984 as part of a marketing campaign to promote the sales of peach schnapps. The original recipe for the Fuzzy Navel replaced the vodka in a Screwdriver with peach schnapps. However, it is now more common to see a variation that uses equal parts of vodka and peach schnapps, along with orange juice. The name of the cocktail is derived from its ingredients. "Fuzzy" refers to the peach schnapps, which adds a soft and fuzzy texture to the drink. "Navel" refers to the type of orange juice typically used in the recipe, which is made from navel oranges.