Valentine's Day Cocktails
Raspberry Chocolate Kiss Martini
Sweeten up your sweetheart with our champagne, raspberry, and nonalcoholic Valentine's Day cocktails.Crushed raspberries and mint syrup are shaken up with vodka and a splash of cranberry juice to make this red-hot cocktail.
Whip up this chocolaty tipple to treat yourself and your sweetie.
Say "I love you" with a fruity cocktail that combines hibiscus with the traditional flavors of a cosmopolitan.
Mix pear nectar and orange liqueur with pomegranate juice and a bottle of Champagne to create a love-filled punch.
Combine blackberry puree, cranberry juice, and sparkling water for a refreshingly festive drink.
Red Currant Champagne Cocktail
Make a romantic toast with an elegant cocktail made using red currant puree and champagne.
Black-Currant Cider Sparklers
This bright nonalcoholic drink can also be made with pomegranate, cranberry, or grape juice.
The Blizzard Cocktail
Treat your sweetheart to a warm cocktail topped with whipped cream.
Sorbet and Champagne Cocktail
Surprise your valentine with a one-of-a-kind cocktail. Scoop raspberry or passion fruit sorbet into a Champagne flute and fill with chilled Champagne or Prosecco.
Make a refreshing sip for your valentine with raspberries and seltzer. A few tablespoons of the mixture also enlivens white wine, vodka, and iced or hot tea.
Candied kumquats are a colorful addition to these sophisticated sparkling drinks.
Muddle raspberries and grenadine in a cocktail shaker and add vodka and lemon juice for a romantic martini.
Treat your special someone to a glass of pomegranate Champagne.
Add a touch of elegance to your Valentine's Day menu with lavender Champagne.
Make Shirley Temple-inspired cherry bombs with grenadine, citrus soda and maraschino cherries for nonalcoholic Valentine's Day cocktails.
Pink Grapefruit "Margaritas"
Make a nonalcoholic pink drink with grapefruit juice, colored sanding sugar, and grenadine.