This bubbly Cupid’s Cocktail is sure to put you in the mood for celebrating the holiday – whether you’ve been hit by Cupid’s arrow already or are waiting for your match! Nothing fits better for Valentine’s Day than champagne and strawberries – and when you combine the two, they get even sweeter! Try this fruity cocktail alongside your special Valentine’s Day dinner.
Cupid’s Cocktail Recipe
We added star-struck arrows (cocktail picks) with strawberries, pomegranate seeds, pink vodka ice cubes… and that was before we even started mixing the cocktail!
Of course, you can just do make the cocktail and leave out all of those fun little add-ons, but it’s Valentine’s Day – why not have some fun!
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While I love my old-fashion champagne glasses which you can see in use for my Champagne Sorbet Float recipe, this champagne cocktail really benefits from being served in a flute – it allows for the bubbles to stay fresh longer and creates a nice layering of all the different cocktail components.
It’s helpful to make the vodka ice cubes and deseed the pomegranate a few hours before making the Cupid’s Cocktail – but if you forget, just skip the ice cubes.
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Ingredients to Make a Cupid’s Cocktail
- 16 oz champagne
- 1/2 cup grapefruit juice
- 1/4 cup pomegranate seeds
- 6 oz vodka
- 6 oz water
- Pink food dye
- 2 Strawberries
Kitchen Tools You May Find Helpful
- Jigger or measuring cup
- Cocktail picks
- Heart-shaped ice cube tray
- Wooden spoon (for removing pomegranate seeds)
- Champagne flutes
This Cupid’s Cocktail is a fun and bubbly way to celebrate Valentine’s Day – or Galentine’s Day, if you prefer! Just like this delicious Valentine Mudslide Cocktail , a creamy and sweet Valentine’s Day drink for you and your sweetheart.
Don’t forget to check out these 24 Homemade Valentine’s Day Candy recipes! Now you can make a sweet treat to go along side of this bubbly strawberry cocktail!
Who would you share this delicious champagne cocktail with?