5 red and pink color recipes to melt your Valentine’s Day

Relationships are like cocktails: a mix of salty and spicy, sweet and savory ingredients to achieve the perfect match! Once you find it, you want to taste it again and again! Am I right? So why not prepare a good cocktail in the colors of the upcoming party and surprise your loved one. We’ll give you everything you need below, just remember that some recipes are super easy but need to be made ahead of time. Let’s make an incredible cocktail full of love for Valentine’s Day!

Valentine’s day vodka cocktail

This fruity cocktail is the perfect drink for Valentine’s Day! How to make it:


  • 59 ml vanilla-strawberry infused vodka*.
  • 14 grams of St. Germain maple liqueur
  • 0-30ml simple syrup (to taste)
  • 15 ml of freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 2 strawberries
  • Sparkling water or sparkling rose wine
  • Strawberry hearts to decorate

*If you want to make your own strawberry vanilla vodka, wash and chop 200 g of strawberries. Add them to a clean glass jar with the vanilla pod split lengthwise and 500ml of vodka, then seal with an airtight lid. Store in a cool, dark place for at least 3 days. I prepared it at home and left it for a week. The strawberry flavor was stronger. So when it’s ready, pass it through a fine mesh strainer or cheesecloth and discard the strawberries and vanilla bean.

Preparation of strawberry cocktail:

  1. If you don’t have time to make strawberry vodka, you can buy store-bought or mix high-quality vanilla vodka with 3 crushed strawberries.
  2. Fill a cocktail shaker halfway with ice. Add vodka, St. Germain, simple syrup, lemon juice and 2 sliced ​​strawberries. Shake vigorously for 10-15 seconds.
  3. Then pour the cocktail into a chilled glass. Top with sparkling water or sparkling wine and you’re done. It remains only to decorate the festive drink.

Pomegranate Aperol Spritz

cocktail for Valentine's day with aperol-spritz

It is always a good idea to use seasonal fruits. So let’s see how to make this pomegranate cocktail for your lover:


  • 90 ml aperol
  • 50 ml of pomegranate juice
  • 120ml Prosecco
  • 1 drop of sparkling water
  • 1 orange wedge
  • Pomegranate sticks for decoration


Fill a glass with ice. Then mix the meza and pomegranate juice and mix. Pour in the Prosecco and finish with a splash of sparkling water and an orange wedge. Garnish with pomegranate sticks if desired! A good idea is to organize a romantic breakfast and serve this cocktail with themed snacks.

Raspberry and white chocolate martini

Raspberry and white chocolate martini

This cocktail is for everyone who loves the sweet taste of chocolate. Here’s what you need to make it:

  • 40ml Hawkridge London Dry Victorian Aphrodisiac Blend
  • 60 ml of cream
  • 8 fresh raspberries
  • 25 ml white chocolate liqueur (available online)
  • 20 ml of vanilla syrup

Preparation : Add fresh raspberries and gin to the bottom of a mixing glass or shaker and mix well. Add plenty of ice, as well as cream, chocolate liqueur and vanilla syrup. Stir well and strain into martini glasses.

Red Velvet Martini

Red Velvet Martini Valentine's Day Cocktail

This two-ingredient cocktail is very easy to make. All you need is:

  • 70ml Baileys Red Velvet
  • 20 ml of vodka


Combine the two ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice and pour the Valentine’s Day cocktail into martini glasses. If you can’t find this limited edition Baileys, use the classic with a little food coloring to get that deep red color. To finish, you can serve it with Pavlova cake or Red velvet.

Pink Valentine’s Cocktail

Pink Valentine's cocktail with fruit

Our latest recipe for you is really refreshing and you can save it and make it for your friends this summer. Here are the ingredients:

  • 150 ml iced rose
  • 45 ml of Chambord liqueur
  • 30 ml of cranberry juice
  • 30 ml of freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • a sprig of mint
  • Blackberry


Add all ingredients to a blender with a handful of ice. Mix the ingredients until completely combined. Pour into a pretty glass, garnish with blackberries and mint, and serve.

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