Valentine's Day Cocktail Guide

No matter what you’re planning for Valentine’s Day, we suggest that
cocktails be a big part. And to help you out, we’ve put together a list
of some of our favorite red, floral and seductive drinks recipes, plus
a range of featured articles about cupid-approved tipples.

Your sweetheart will be impressed.
  • Valentine’s Day Bartender Wisdom Valentine’s Day Bartender Wisdom

    Talented mixologist and Liquor.com advisory board member Dushan Zaric reveals what your drink really says about you and shares a pair of romantic cocktail recipes.

  • Cocktails Built for Two Cocktails Built for Two

    On Valentine’s Day, consider making these romantic drinks designed for couples.

  • Last-Minute Love Potions Last-Minute Love Potions

    Get your valentine in the mood with these romantic cocktails.

  • In the Mood for Love In the Mood for Love

    Cocktails with an aphrodisiac boost.

  • In Defense of Red Cocktails In Defense of Red Cocktails

    Master bartender Simon Ford makes the case for why you should be drinking a crimson drink.

  • Kiss Kiss

    Painted face not required.

  • Between The Sheets Between The Sheets

    This provocatively-named cocktail dates back to Prohibition and amps up the classic Sidecar formula with an extra glug of rum. Don’t turn your back on the Between the Sheets—it may seem charming at first sip, but its double dose of spirits can easily sneak up on you.

  • Jalisco Flor Jalisco Flor

    Mix up this flower of a cocktail.

  • Tequila Daisy Tequila Daisy

    The Spanish word for daisy? Margarita.

  • Chambord Kir Royale Chambord Kir Royale

    The subtle twist on the fruity French Kir Royale combines Champagne and black raspberry liqueur, rather than the traditional creme de cassis. Whether you're celebrating a special occasion or need a bubbly brunch drink, mix up this swanky recipe for the Kir Royale.

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