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Whether you’ve got a hot date for V-day or you and the girls are going to live it up with a Galentine’s Day (Amy Poehler approved) these refreshing and light cocktails will allow you to devour the entire box of chocolates. Plus we created equally delicious (but slightly less fun) non-alcoholic alternatives! So whether you’re looking to end up on the naughty or nice list next Christmas these pink concoctions will help get you there.

Cran-Raspberry Spritzer Naughty

Total Time: 3 minutes

Servings: 1 cocktail

Ingredients:

4-oz. cranberry-raspberry juice

5-oz. lemon-lime soda

1.5-oz. lime vodka

1 lemon slice

Directions:

1. Fill a glass with ice. Pour in cranberry-raspberry juice.

2. Add 1 shot of lime vodka.

3. Top off with lemon-lime soda.

Nice

Total Time: 3 minutes

Servings: 1 cocktail

Ingredients:

4-oz. lemon-lime soda

1 lemon slice

Directions:

1. Top off with lemon-lime soda.

3. Garnish with lemon slice.

Cherry Fizz Naughty

Total Time: 5 minutes

Servings: 1 cocktail

Ingredients:

1 tablespoon lemon juice

1 tablespoon grenadine

1-oz. cherry brandy

champagne

Directions:

1. Shake lemon juice, grenadine and brandy with ice and strain into a glass.

2. Fill glass with champagne.

Nice

Total Time: 5 minutes

Servings: 1 cocktail

Ingredients:

1 tablespoon lemon juice

1 tablespoon grenadine

½ tablespoon cherry juice

sparkling grape juice

Directions:

1. Shake lemon juice, grenadine and cherry juice with ice and strain into a glass.

2. Fill glass with sparkling grape juice.

Dream of You Naughty

Total Time: 3 minutes

Servings: 1 cocktail

Ingredients:

4-oz. Moscato

1.5-oz. pomegranate juice

1-oz. grapefruit juice

Splash of soda water

Directions:

1. Combine Moscato, pomegranate and grapefruit juice in a glass filled with ice.

2. Add soda water and stir.

Nice

Total Time: 3 minutes

Servings: 1 cocktail

Ingredients:

4-oz. sparkling grape juice

1.5-0z. Combine sparkling grape juice, pomegranate and grapefruit juice in a glass filled with ice.

2. Add soda water and stir.

Please enjoy safely!

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What makes a good cocktail for Valentine's Day? We have some thoughts. Color, of course. Our beating hearts are red, and scarlet hearts are big on February 14th. Luckily, red is easily acquired in terms of good apéritif stalwarts like Aperol, Campari, cassis, and sweet vermouth. Blackberry-rich Chambord is delicious, judiciously dashed into a festive drink. And seasonal fruits are ready to help: cranberries, pomegranate, and blood orange are not only vivid, but very acidic and interesting, when well-matched with their liquor-counterpart.

We love to drink the season, and other cold-weather fruits are easily available. The aromatic zests of citrus add complexity to cocktails, their natural oils offering the detail every thoughtful mouthful requires. And there is the sense of festivity and play. What heralds a special occasion more than the pop (or the pfffft, if you are discrete) of a cork? If you're feeling fancy, make it Champagne. But plenty of sparkling wines are as good, in our opinion, simply lacking the big "C." Budget-friendly cavas and proseccos and a flock of other dry sparkling wines fit the bill. Substitute them for any mixed drink calling for fizz.

In our collection of Valentine's Day cocktails we have had fun with color, seasonal interest, bubbles, and creative but respectful improvisation on some beloved classics. You'll find a Paloma spiked with cranberry and a Manhattan kissed by Cassis. And we may just have been unable to choose between no fewer than four Champagne cocktails, each with a unique, celebratory twist. Here, we're sharing a refreshing American riff on the classic Kir Royale that swaps the usual blackcurrant liqueur for cranberry sauce, ready-made or homemade. Read on for more inspired ideas.


What makes a good cocktail for Valentine's Day? We have some thoughts. Color, of course. Our beating hearts are red, and scarlet hearts are big on February 14th. Luckily, red is easily acquired in terms of good apéritif stalwarts like Aperol, Campari, cassis, and sweet vermouth. Blackberry-rich Chambord is delicious, judiciously dashed into a festive drink. And seasonal fruits are ready to help: cranberries, pomegranate, and blood orange are not only vivid, but very acidic and interesting, when well-matched with their liquor-counterpart.

We love to drink the season, and other cold-weather fruits are easily available. The aromatic zests of citrus add complexity to cocktails, their natural oils offering the detail every thoughtful mouthful requires. And there is the sense of festivity and play. What heralds a special occasion more than the pop (or the pfffft, if you are discrete) of a cork? If you're feeling fancy, make it Champagne. But plenty of sparkling wines are as good, in our opinion, simply lacking the big "C." Budget-friendly cavas and proseccos and a flock of other dry sparkling wines fit the bill. Substitute them for any mixed drink calling for fizz.

In our collection of Valentine's Day cocktails we have had fun with color, seasonal interest, bubbles, and creative but respectful improvisation on some beloved classics. You'll find a Paloma spiked with cranberry and a Manhattan kissed by Cassis. And we may just have been unable to choose between no fewer than four Champagne cocktails, each with a unique, celebratory twist. Here, we're sharing a refreshing American riff on the classic Kir Royale that swaps the usual blackcurrant liqueur for cranberry sauce, ready-made or homemade. Read on for more inspired ideas.


What makes a good cocktail for Valentine's Day? We have some thoughts. Color, of course. Our beating hearts are red, and scarlet hearts are big on February 14th. Luckily, red is easily acquired in terms of good apéritif stalwarts like Aperol, Campari, cassis, and sweet vermouth. Blackberry-rich Chambord is delicious, judiciously dashed into a festive drink. And seasonal fruits are ready to help: cranberries, pomegranate, and blood orange are not only vivid, but very acidic and interesting, when well-matched with their liquor-counterpart.

We love to drink the season, and other cold-weather fruits are easily available. The aromatic zests of citrus add complexity to cocktails, their natural oils offering the detail every thoughtful mouthful requires. And there is the sense of festivity and play. What heralds a special occasion more than the pop (or the pfffft, if you are discrete) of a cork? If you're feeling fancy, make it Champagne. But plenty of sparkling wines are as good, in our opinion, simply lacking the big "C." Budget-friendly cavas and proseccos and a flock of other dry sparkling wines fit the bill. Substitute them for any mixed drink calling for fizz.

In our collection of Valentine's Day cocktails we have had fun with color, seasonal interest, bubbles, and creative but respectful improvisation on some beloved classics. You'll find a Paloma spiked with cranberry and a Manhattan kissed by Cassis. And we may just have been unable to choose between no fewer than four Champagne cocktails, each with a unique, celebratory twist. Here, we're sharing a refreshing American riff on the classic Kir Royale that swaps the usual blackcurrant liqueur for cranberry sauce, ready-made or homemade. Read on for more inspired ideas.


What makes a good cocktail for Valentine's Day? We have some thoughts. Color, of course. Our beating hearts are red, and scarlet hearts are big on February 14th. Luckily, red is easily acquired in terms of good apéritif stalwarts like Aperol, Campari, cassis, and sweet vermouth. Blackberry-rich Chambord is delicious, judiciously dashed into a festive drink. And seasonal fruits are ready to help: cranberries, pomegranate, and blood orange are not only vivid, but very acidic and interesting, when well-matched with their liquor-counterpart.

We love to drink the season, and other cold-weather fruits are easily available. The aromatic zests of citrus add complexity to cocktails, their natural oils offering the detail every thoughtful mouthful requires. And there is the sense of festivity and play. What heralds a special occasion more than the pop (or the pfffft, if you are discrete) of a cork? If you're feeling fancy, make it Champagne. But plenty of sparkling wines are as good, in our opinion, simply lacking the big "C." Budget-friendly cavas and proseccos and a flock of other dry sparkling wines fit the bill. Substitute them for any mixed drink calling for fizz.

In our collection of Valentine's Day cocktails we have had fun with color, seasonal interest, bubbles, and creative but respectful improvisation on some beloved classics. You'll find a Paloma spiked with cranberry and a Manhattan kissed by Cassis. And we may just have been unable to choose between no fewer than four Champagne cocktails, each with a unique, celebratory twist. Here, we're sharing a refreshing American riff on the classic Kir Royale that swaps the usual blackcurrant liqueur for cranberry sauce, ready-made or homemade. Read on for more inspired ideas.


What makes a good cocktail for Valentine's Day? We have some thoughts. Color, of course. Our beating hearts are red, and scarlet hearts are big on February 14th. Luckily, red is easily acquired in terms of good apéritif stalwarts like Aperol, Campari, cassis, and sweet vermouth. Blackberry-rich Chambord is delicious, judiciously dashed into a festive drink. And seasonal fruits are ready to help: cranberries, pomegranate, and blood orange are not only vivid, but very acidic and interesting, when well-matched with their liquor-counterpart.

We love to drink the season, and other cold-weather fruits are easily available. The aromatic zests of citrus add complexity to cocktails, their natural oils offering the detail every thoughtful mouthful requires. And there is the sense of festivity and play. What heralds a special occasion more than the pop (or the pfffft, if you are discrete) of a cork? If you're feeling fancy, make it Champagne. But plenty of sparkling wines are as good, in our opinion, simply lacking the big "C." Budget-friendly cavas and proseccos and a flock of other dry sparkling wines fit the bill. Substitute them for any mixed drink calling for fizz.

In our collection of Valentine's Day cocktails we have had fun with color, seasonal interest, bubbles, and creative but respectful improvisation on some beloved classics. You'll find a Paloma spiked with cranberry and a Manhattan kissed by Cassis. And we may just have been unable to choose between no fewer than four Champagne cocktails, each with a unique, celebratory twist. Here, we're sharing a refreshing American riff on the classic Kir Royale that swaps the usual blackcurrant liqueur for cranberry sauce, ready-made or homemade. Read on for more inspired ideas.


What makes a good cocktail for Valentine's Day? We have some thoughts. Color, of course. Our beating hearts are red, and scarlet hearts are big on February 14th. Luckily, red is easily acquired in terms of good apéritif stalwarts like Aperol, Campari, cassis, and sweet vermouth. Blackberry-rich Chambord is delicious, judiciously dashed into a festive drink. And seasonal fruits are ready to help: cranberries, pomegranate, and blood orange are not only vivid, but very acidic and interesting, when well-matched with their liquor-counterpart.

We love to drink the season, and other cold-weather fruits are easily available. The aromatic zests of citrus add complexity to cocktails, their natural oils offering the detail every thoughtful mouthful requires. And there is the sense of festivity and play. What heralds a special occasion more than the pop (or the pfffft, if you are discrete) of a cork? If you're feeling fancy, make it Champagne. But plenty of sparkling wines are as good, in our opinion, simply lacking the big "C." Budget-friendly cavas and proseccos and a flock of other dry sparkling wines fit the bill. Substitute them for any mixed drink calling for fizz.

In our collection of Valentine's Day cocktails we have had fun with color, seasonal interest, bubbles, and creative but respectful improvisation on some beloved classics. You'll find a Paloma spiked with cranberry and a Manhattan kissed by Cassis. And we may just have been unable to choose between no fewer than four Champagne cocktails, each with a unique, celebratory twist. Here, we're sharing a refreshing American riff on the classic Kir Royale that swaps the usual blackcurrant liqueur for cranberry sauce, ready-made or homemade. Read on for more inspired ideas.


What makes a good cocktail for Valentine's Day? We have some thoughts. Color, of course. Our beating hearts are red, and scarlet hearts are big on February 14th. Luckily, red is easily acquired in terms of good apéritif stalwarts like Aperol, Campari, cassis, and sweet vermouth. Blackberry-rich Chambord is delicious, judiciously dashed into a festive drink. And seasonal fruits are ready to help: cranberries, pomegranate, and blood orange are not only vivid, but very acidic and interesting, when well-matched with their liquor-counterpart.

We love to drink the season, and other cold-weather fruits are easily available. The aromatic zests of citrus add complexity to cocktails, their natural oils offering the detail every thoughtful mouthful requires. And there is the sense of festivity and play. What heralds a special occasion more than the pop (or the pfffft, if you are discrete) of a cork? If you're feeling fancy, make it Champagne. But plenty of sparkling wines are as good, in our opinion, simply lacking the big "C." Budget-friendly cavas and proseccos and a flock of other dry sparkling wines fit the bill. Substitute them for any mixed drink calling for fizz.

In our collection of Valentine's Day cocktails we have had fun with color, seasonal interest, bubbles, and creative but respectful improvisation on some beloved classics. You'll find a Paloma spiked with cranberry and a Manhattan kissed by Cassis. And we may just have been unable to choose between no fewer than four Champagne cocktails, each with a unique, celebratory twist. Here, we're sharing a refreshing American riff on the classic Kir Royale that swaps the usual blackcurrant liqueur for cranberry sauce, ready-made or homemade. Read on for more inspired ideas.


What makes a good cocktail for Valentine's Day? We have some thoughts. Color, of course. Our beating hearts are red, and scarlet hearts are big on February 14th. Luckily, red is easily acquired in terms of good apéritif stalwarts like Aperol, Campari, cassis, and sweet vermouth. Blackberry-rich Chambord is delicious, judiciously dashed into a festive drink. And seasonal fruits are ready to help: cranberries, pomegranate, and blood orange are not only vivid, but very acidic and interesting, when well-matched with their liquor-counterpart.

We love to drink the season, and other cold-weather fruits are easily available. The aromatic zests of citrus add complexity to cocktails, their natural oils offering the detail every thoughtful mouthful requires. And there is the sense of festivity and play. What heralds a special occasion more than the pop (or the pfffft, if you are discrete) of a cork? If you're feeling fancy, make it Champagne. But plenty of sparkling wines are as good, in our opinion, simply lacking the big "C." Budget-friendly cavas and proseccos and a flock of other dry sparkling wines fit the bill. Substitute them for any mixed drink calling for fizz.

In our collection of Valentine's Day cocktails we have had fun with color, seasonal interest, bubbles, and creative but respectful improvisation on some beloved classics. You'll find a Paloma spiked with cranberry and a Manhattan kissed by Cassis. And we may just have been unable to choose between no fewer than four Champagne cocktails, each with a unique, celebratory twist. Here, we're sharing a refreshing American riff on the classic Kir Royale that swaps the usual blackcurrant liqueur for cranberry sauce, ready-made or homemade. Read on for more inspired ideas.


What makes a good cocktail for Valentine's Day? We have some thoughts. Color, of course. Our beating hearts are red, and scarlet hearts are big on February 14th. Luckily, red is easily acquired in terms of good apéritif stalwarts like Aperol, Campari, cassis, and sweet vermouth. Blackberry-rich Chambord is delicious, judiciously dashed into a festive drink. And seasonal fruits are ready to help: cranberries, pomegranate, and blood orange are not only vivid, but very acidic and interesting, when well-matched with their liquor-counterpart.

We love to drink the season, and other cold-weather fruits are easily available. The aromatic zests of citrus add complexity to cocktails, their natural oils offering the detail every thoughtful mouthful requires. And there is the sense of festivity and play. What heralds a special occasion more than the pop (or the pfffft, if you are discrete) of a cork? If you're feeling fancy, make it Champagne. But plenty of sparkling wines are as good, in our opinion, simply lacking the big "C." Budget-friendly cavas and proseccos and a flock of other dry sparkling wines fit the bill. Substitute them for any mixed drink calling for fizz.

In our collection of Valentine's Day cocktails we have had fun with color, seasonal interest, bubbles, and creative but respectful improvisation on some beloved classics. You'll find a Paloma spiked with cranberry and a Manhattan kissed by Cassis. And we may just have been unable to choose between no fewer than four Champagne cocktails, each with a unique, celebratory twist. Here, we're sharing a refreshing American riff on the classic Kir Royale that swaps the usual blackcurrant liqueur for cranberry sauce, ready-made or homemade. Read on for more inspired ideas.


What makes a good cocktail for Valentine's Day? We have some thoughts. Color, of course. Our beating hearts are red, and scarlet hearts are big on February 14th. Luckily, red is easily acquired in terms of good apéritif stalwarts like Aperol, Campari, cassis, and sweet vermouth. Blackberry-rich Chambord is delicious, judiciously dashed into a festive drink. And seasonal fruits are ready to help: cranberries, pomegranate, and blood orange are not only vivid, but very acidic and interesting, when well-matched with their liquor-counterpart.

We love to drink the season, and other cold-weather fruits are easily available. The aromatic zests of citrus add complexity to cocktails, their natural oils offering the detail every thoughtful mouthful requires. And there is the sense of festivity and play. What heralds a special occasion more than the pop (or the pfffft, if you are discrete) of a cork? If you're feeling fancy, make it Champagne. But plenty of sparkling wines are as good, in our opinion, simply lacking the big "C." Budget-friendly cavas and proseccos and a flock of other dry sparkling wines fit the bill. Substitute them for any mixed drink calling for fizz.

In our collection of Valentine's Day cocktails we have had fun with color, seasonal interest, bubbles, and creative but respectful improvisation on some beloved classics. You'll find a Paloma spiked with cranberry and a Manhattan kissed by Cassis. And we may just have been unable to choose between no fewer than four Champagne cocktails, each with a unique, celebratory twist. Here, we're sharing a refreshing American riff on the classic Kir Royale that swaps the usual blackcurrant liqueur for cranberry sauce, ready-made or homemade. Read on for more inspired ideas.


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