What are you looking for in Valentines cocktails? The really important thing is that you like it; But a romantic name or a red, pink or even violet color can add that touch of Valentine's Day.
How to make romantic cocktails?
Always think about the presentation. Putting a simple-looking cocktail on a beautiful serving tray transforms the drink into something elegant. You can also present a cocktail along with a Valentine's gift.
These delicious and romantic cocktails are excellent for Valentine's Day. Serve them in your establishment and triumph on the day of love.
Soft Love Cocktail
Soft Love is a reddish pink that tastes like banana and cherry. It is a delicious drink and an excellent snack just before a romantic dinner.
And the predominant flavors are banana and berries, with a touch of alcohol. For the sweetness of the fruit, it is an excellent dessert or snack drink. It has a creamy touch, thanks to a small portion of thick whipped cream, which adds a pleasant texture and combines all the flavors.
The Soft Love cocktail has the somewhat unusual distinction of being served in a Margarita glass.
- 3/4 ounce banana cream
- 3/4 ounce cherry vodka
- 3/4 ounce thick whipped cream
- 1 teaspoon grenadine
Fill a shaker halfway with ice and pour all the ingredients. Shake well and strain into a glass of Margarita. Give a touch of glamor by freezing the cup in the glass froster first.
Pomegranate Martini Cocktail
This drink is a good option for Valentine's day. It has a beautiful pink or red color, and you can decorate it with some pomegranate seeds.
The Martini cocktail in Granada has several variations, and they are all delicious. Here we will share the standard recipe.
This cocktail of Martini de Granada is made with "gin or vodka" because both can be great. The trick with gin is to choose a good one like Bombay Sapphire or Hendrick’s.
Pomegranate combines well with chocolate in any form, so try a flourless chocolate cake with this drink. If you are looking to combine it with a main course, the dishes with black mole sauce, with notes of chocolate pepper, are wonderful.
- 1 ounce of vodka or gin
- 1/2 ounce of Cointreau or Orange Curacao
- 3 ounces of pomegranate juice
- Optional: decorate with pomegranate seeds
Shake with ice and strain into a Martini glass. Decorate it with orange peel or a slice of lemon or whatever.
You can also use citrus-flavored vodka instead of pure. There are many ways to vary this drink by always keeping the base of the pomegranate juice and you will always get a fabulous drink.