Four Valentine’s Day Cocktails That Can Liven Up Your Dinner Party

This Valentine’s Day, express your love for your partner. For those planning to dine at home, adding a splash of color and fun with an assortment of cocktails is perhaps the best way to celebrate the occasion.

Set up your dinner table adorned with scented candles and a meal of your choice. If you love cocktails or it’s something your partner enjoys, surprise them with a homemade cocktail. These are fun drinks that can really make dinner special.

Here are some cocktail recipes that can brighten up your date. Go ahead and try these hot and enjoyable drinks that are easy to make.

The Rubin



Belvedere Vodka – 30ml

White Vermouth – 20ml

Pink Grapefruit Juice – 20 ml

Orange juice – 30ml

Cold green tea – 30 ml

Top with premium tonic water

Garnish: slice of grapefruit


Add all ingredients to a spritz glass filled with ice and stir until combined.

Top up with Premium Tonic Water and stir gently again.

Garnish with a slice of grapefruit and serve.

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Belvedere Blackberry Sour

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Belvedere Vodka – 45ml

Dry vermouth – 25 ml

Fresh Lemon Juice – 25 ml

Egg White – 25 ml

Honey Water (1:1) – 25 ml


Place all ingredients in a cocktail shaker and shake dry.

Add ice cubes and shake again vigorously.

Finely strain into a chilled coupette.

Garnish with fresh blackberries and a sprig of mint.

Credit: Belvedere Vodka

Poland Mary

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45 ml – Vodka Belvedere

20 ml – Tomato juice

20ml – Passata

20 ml – Beet juice (optional)

10 ml – Lemon juice (optional)

10ml – Worcestershire sauce

3 dashes – Tabasco

Pinch of celery salt

1 lemon wedge


Add all ingredients to a highball glass and fill with ice

Stir to combine

Garnish with a lemon wedge

Credit: Belvedere Vodka

Little Hearts Cocktail



60ml – Bourbon Whiskey

60 ml – Homemade black tea and barley jaggery syrup

10 ml – Lemon juice

10 ml – Honey water

2 no – Little Heart Cookies


Mix everything and shake well

Serve in an old fashioned glass

Credit: Smaaash Recipe


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