Red alert: Valentine’s Day is not cancelled in 2021!
While we may not be able to enjoy a night out with our Valentine's this year, there are still plenty of ways to make this holiday one to remember. Our gift guide is hot off the presses with a few ideas to show that special someone how much you care. So light some candles, order your favorite foods (don’t forget dessert!), and cozy up for a low-key night in.
A Bottle of Something Unique
Ask your local distilleries if they have any special small-batch offerings, or head to the liquor store and pick out something you’ve never tried before. We love the Experimental Series Coffee Vodka from Twisted Path Distillery here in Wisconsin, but check your local tasting room for fun releases near you!
Check your favorite vintage and second-hand stores for one-of-a-kind finds and cheers to each other in style. This cocktail made by our friend @tipsymuse in LA showcases how beautiful, fun and unique vintage glassware can be.
Top Note Party Pack
Our mixed 16-pack will keep your date night cocktail game going strong all winter long! And heck, it is great for a game night too, so be sure to keep it flowing.
Trust us: not only does clear ice make your drinks look better, it makes them taste better, too! For self-proclaimed mixologists and casual cocktail drinkers alike, clear ice is a game-changer. We recommend True Cubes.
Cocktails always seem to taste better when someone else makes them for you. Browse our database for recipe ideas and if you’re looking for alcohol-free, check out our top tips for making zero-proof drinks at home.
Pick up a cocktail kit from a local bar, restaurant or distillery and let the professionals do the hard work for you. Bonus: by supporting your neighborhood spots right now, you’re helping to ensure that they’ll still be around for you and your partner to safely enjoy nights out in the future! Psst, you can also order tasty zero-proof cocktail kits with our friends at Siren Shrub. (we recommend the “Pink” Kit, which features flavors of tart cherry, hibiscus, and bitter lemon).