5 Pretty Pink Cocktails For Valentine’s Day

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Feb 12, 2018

5 Pretty Pink Cocktails for Valentine’s Day

Whether you’re celebrating Galentine’s, Valentine’s, or Single Awareness Day, Valentine’s Day deserves a drink ;). These pretty pink cocktails are the perfect fit! There’s a little something for everyone from bubbly to rosé. Plus, they are easy to whip up for one, two, or a big batch for you and the gals! Still looking for ways to celebrate? This Rosé on the roof Galentine’s Day Party is the way to go!

Sparkling Frosé

Ingredients

½ Bottle of Sparkling Ice Cherry Limeade
8 Rosé Ice Cubes
1oz lemon juice
Mint, for garnish

Directions: Pour rosé into an ice cube tray and place in freezer until frozen. In a blender, combine Sparkling Ice Cherry Limeade, rosé cubes and lemon juice. Garnish with a mint sprig and serve.

Watermelon Mimosa


Photo by Sanaz Photography

Ingredients

Champagne
Watermelon Juice
Rose petals for garnish

Directions: Top off your bubbly with watermelon juice and a rose petal. Enjoy!

Lime Rosé Spritzer


Photo by Wild Native Co., previously featured here

Ingredients

1 cup chilled Rosé
2 ounces St Germain
Ice
Seltzer water
1 Lime

Directions: Combine Rosé, St Germain and 1/2 Lime squeezed. Stir. Fill serving glasses with ice, pour mixture over and garnish with remaining 1/2 lime. Serve!!


Rose Petal Rosé

Ingredients

1 bottle of Santa Margherita Sparkling Rosé
Pink rose petals

Directions: Pour glass of Santa Margherita Sparkling Rosé. Place a pink rose petal on top and serve.

Radiant Orchid Granita


previously featured here

Ingredients

1 (750ml) bottle of ONEHOPE Sparkling Wine
1 liter blueberry lemonade

Directions:

1. Pour blueberry lemonade into an 8″ x 8″ glass baking dish and freeze for 1-2 hours.

2. Carefully remove freezing lemonade from freezer. Using a fork, scrape the mixture until the consistency is slushy throughout (lemonade will be more frozen toward the outside edges of the dish when you start).

3. Put the mixture back in the freezer for 1-2 hours and repeat two more times. Scraping the mixture prevents it from freezing into a solid brick of ice and maintains the slushy, icy consistency that is so delicious about a granita ?

4. Scoop granita mixture into glasses (we used champagne coups) and top with ONEHOPE Sparkling wine. Cheers!

Which one will you make?!