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Make this Valentine's Day extra special with a romantic drink of your choice. Start your day off with bubbly mimosas, sip on a Valentine's Day-inspired cocktail with your friends after work, or finish off a romantic dinner with champagne for two -- we have a drink that's perfect for every sweet moment of your Valentine's Day.
The colorful sugared rim on this cocktail will send a sweet message to the lucky person you set it in front of. Tangerine-flavor vodka topped with pink Prosecco creates this perfect Valentine's Day hue.
Learn how to muddle blackberries and mint to release their flavors, then mix them with vodka and elderflower liqueur. Pour drinks for two or just one drink to share.
Warmed in a slow cooker with a mixture of intriguing spices, this white Zinfandel drink splashed with cranberry juice is well balanced between sweet and dry flavors. Serve with cranberries on cinnamon sticks for a special touch.
Fall in love with cherry-infused whiskey. Dark sweet cherries, a hint of chocolate, and a dash of vanilla extract ensure this deep red drink will warm you inside and out this February 14.
Combine your dessert and after-dinner coffee into one! This chilled tiramisu-inspired concoction is made with coffee liqueur and creme de cacao to give you the perfect ending to your Valentine's Day meal.
The bobbing pomegranate seeds in this fluted drink create quite the stir. The carbonation from the champagne keeps the seeds afloat as you and your sweetie sip.
Watch the sun go down on Valentine's Day with a sangria in hand. A full-bodied red wine and lime infusion topped with sweet nectarines will make a lovely end to your holiday.
Give your significant other s'more to love with this adult version of an old favorite. Take one sip and let the nostalgia lead the conversation.
A dash of raspberry syrup gives this champagne cocktail its pretty ombre effect. Top it off with a bounty of fresh fruit to enjoy when you reach the last sip.