Top 5 Valentine's Day Cocktails for The Hopeless Romantic

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Nothing says "I love you" quite like an inappropriate public drunken make-out session at your local bar. It's also a good way to scare off your friends and the fastest way for the entire place to suggest the two of you get a room. Save yourself the embarrassment and keep your friends by shaking up these cocktails in the privacy of your own home.

5. The Love Byte - A thousand times more adult then a disgusting hickey, this love potion will get you in the mood in no time.

4. Long Kiss Goodnight - This impressive martini is sure to shake things up. Top it off with a Hersey's Chocolate Kiss to sweeten the deal.

1/2 oz vanilla vodka
1 oz strawberry vodka
1/2 oz Godiva white chocolate liqueur
shaved white chocolate

Shake ingredients up with a little ice then strain into a martini glass and top with an optional Hersey's Kiss.


3. 151 Ways I Love You - If you really want to leave a lasting impression on your date, light this shot of fire. 151 ways to burn down the house!

1. Happily Ever After - If your date is a lightweight or if getting blackout drunk is something you have outgrown, mix up this sweet drink and have a happily ever after with your honey.

1 oz peach schapps
1 oz cranberry juice
1 oz ginger ale

pour all ingredients over ice, stir and sip through a heart-shaped crazy straw.

Stay tuned for our list of Anti-Valentine's Day cocktails for all you single folks!  

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