Valentine’s Day Champagne Cocktail Roundup

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Valentine’s Day is the perfect occasion for a champagne cocktail. They’re versatile. You can make them sweet, dry, fruity, floral or spiced. Whether you’re toasting with your true love or a group of friends, here are some champagne cocktails to celebrate with this Valentine’s Day.

Champagne Cocktail ~ The traditional and original champagne cocktail.

Shrinking Violet Champagne Cocktail ~ A lovely color and light flavor perfect for any special occasion.

Sparkling Hibiscus Champagne Cocktail ~ Simple to make, yet beautiful to look at.

Kir Royale ~  Lightly fruity classic.

Black Velvet ~ For the beer lovers.

Orangecello Champagne Cocktail ~ A fun treat made with tasty Italian liqueur.

Lemon Herb Sparkler ~ Galliano makes for a very different champagne cocktail.

Blooming Fizz ~ Lemon sorbet and elderflower liqueur make a delicate experience.

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Photo by blythelyre.


  1. by Maliane, February 10th, 2011 at 9:04 pm

    Similar to the “Blooming Fizz” recipe, my favorite champagne cocktail involves a decent quality champagne mixed with a delicate quantity (4:1 or 5:1) of St. Germain, an elderberry flavored liqueur that is remarkable complex. To much St. Germain overwhelms the champagne, but together they make a remarkably classy cocktail if you’re in the mood for something with a bit of sparkle.

  2. by SandyBare, February 13th, 2011 at 7:53 pm

    I love champagne, but also love to jazz it up on holiday’s like Valentines day. At my dinner party tomorrow night I will be serving TY KU’s Asian Sensation
    1.5 oz TY KU Sake
    1 oz. Champagne
    1 oz. Grapefruit Juice

    And it’s only about 80 calories per drink which makes everyone a little happier.