Last Updated on January 9, 2020 by The ‘Noms.
Pretty in pink, this Love Potion Valentine Cocktail is the perfect drink for your Valentine! Classy and fresh with freshly squeezed lemon juice, raspberries, gin, rose cordial and egg white, this libation is the perfect way to toast your sweetheart!
How do you feel about Valentine’s Day? Are you a hopeless romantic? Do you even make a special Valentine‘s Day breakfast? Or, do you celebrate the day because you feel you have to? Do you not celebrate at all, or have a Galentine’s Day instead?
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What Ingredients are Needed for the Love Potion?
- Brockman’s Gin
- Rose Cordial
- Lemon Juice
- Egg White
All of these are perfectly valid options! For us, we don’t celebrate. Like, at all. I only participate reluctantly because my kiddos are in school and they like the do the Valentine‘s cards, because candy. Otherwise, we wouldn’t do anything.
I know I have talked about this in previous posts, but Jay actually proposed the day before Valentine’s Day on Friday the 13th. Still makes me giggle 15 years later!
But, the one thing I won’t turn down is a themed cocktail. Because cocktails. The pinks and reds of Valentine’s Day are great opportunities to make a really stunning drink. I mean, we are always looking for a reason to make a festive drink, and we are all about a pretty Valentine cocktail.
This cocktail is obviously perfect for Valentine’s Day, with the pink color, but really it could be for all sorts of occasions! Thank of girls night, Mother’s Day, or any fun Spring get together coming up!
This one is a twist on a Clover Club cocktail. We added some rose cordial to it, and boy does it make it perfect for Valentine‘s Day. The Clover Club is a classic, with a rich, silky texture and a complexity that is perfectly balanced.
So whether you are celebrating or not, we think you absolutely need to have this Valentine cocktail. Or not a Valentine cocktail, call it whatever you want! Make this pink drink asap, not just for upcoming holidays, but for anytime you just want to be classy AF!
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Other Cocktails for Valentine’s Day
- Strawberries and Champagne Margarita – Pizzazzerie
- Blushing Pink Gimlet – Modern Glam
- Rose Cocktail – Behind the Bar
- Love Potion – Jelly Toast
- Love Bird – Flair Project
This tasty twist on the classic Clover Club, this Love Potion is the perfect way to celebrate your sweetheart on Valentine's Day!
- 2 oz Brockman's Gin
- .50 oz rose cordial
- .50 oz lemon juice
- 5 raspberries
- egg white
- Combine all ingredients in shaker. Dry shake to combine for about 60 seconds.
- Add ice. Shake for about 30-40 seconds or until foam looks where you want it. May take a bit longer.
- Strain into coupe. Garnish with more raspberries if desired.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 227Total Fat: .8gSodium: 38mgCarbohydrates: 13.7gFiber: 6.2gSugar: 6.6gProtein: 4.9g
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