3 Valentine’s Day Cocktails from Fuzzy’s Vodka

As your Valentine’s Day plans unfurl, don’t forget to carve out some time to create a special Valentine’s Day cocktail or two for you and your Valentine. We’ve hand-selected a few cocktails we love and know you will, too.

Decadent Chocolate Martini

Indulge in all things cocoa with this decadent chocolate martini.  The perfect post-dinner treat, you can whip up this elevated dessert in just a few minutes. The health benefits cocoa brings to the table still apply when it’s coupled with vodka, right?

Ingredients & Steps

  • Chilled martini glass
  • 1 cup ice
  • 2 oz Fuzzy’s Ultra Premium Vodka
  • 1 ½ chocolate liqueur
  • Garnish: powdered cocoa

Rim a chilled martini glass with powdered cocoa. Pour Fuzzy's Ultra Premium Vodka, chocolate liqueur and ice into a cocktail shaker. Shake vigorously and strain into your martini glass.

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Citrus Maraschino Martini

Tart and refreshing, this citrus maraschino martini is the ideal choice when you’re in the mood for a not-so-sweet libation. With citrus in their peak in the Winter, using fresh squeezed grapefruit and lime helps cleanse the palate. To top it off, the maraschino liqueur gives the martini a festive pink shade.

Ingredients & Steps

  • Chilled martini glass
  • 2 oz Fuzzy’s Ultra Premium Vodka
  • 2 oz grapefruit juice
  • ½ of lime
  • 3 tsp maraschino liqueur
  • Garnish: maraschino cherries

Pour Fuzzy's Ultra Premium Vodka, freshly squeezed grapefruit juice, lime and maraschino liqueur and ice into a cocktail shaker. Shake vigorously and strain into your martini glass. Garnish with skewered maraschino cherries.

 

The Volstead

No Valentine’s Day cocktail list would be complete without a drink most synonymous with love and romance, champagne! This refreshing cocktail marries fresh ingredients with citrus tones and bubbly for a unique taste.

  • Champagne Flute
  • ¾ oz Fuzzy’s Ultra Premium Vodka
  • 2 oz fresh berries
  • ¼ oz simple syrup
  • ¾ oz elderflower liqueur
  • 1.4 oz lemon juice
  • Champagne

In a cocktail shaker, add simple syrup and fresh berries, muddle before adding vodka, liqueur, lemon juice and ice. Shake vigorously then strain into a champagne flute, top with champagne to fill the glass.

Recipe originally found here.

Whether your Valentine’s Day plans involve heading to your favorite restaurant or cooking delicacies at home, a hand-crafted cocktail will go a long way.

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