Love Potion

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a little bubbly

Happy Valentine’s Day! What are YOU drinking tonight? We’re sipping on this delicious and fruity champagne cocktail! Whether you’re celebrating with your love, your girls or your DVR, here is a simple bubbly cocktail to put your feet up with this Valentine’s Day.

the loot

the loot

Ingredients:
-Chandon Rose
-Triple Sec
-Pomegranate juice
-Raspberries (for garnish)

Tools:
-Cocktail Shaker
-Glasses

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let’s begin!

Add 1 shot of pomegranate juice, 1/2 shot of triple sec & ice into shaker.

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shake shake shake!

Trick of the trade – shake your shaker until there is visible condensation on the outside. That’s when you know it’s ready!

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fruity tooty

After adding a couple raspberries to each glass as garnish, pour your mixture into the glass, filling it up about 1/3 of the way.

bubbly time

bubbly time

Top both glasses with Chandon Rose and you’re done!

cheers!

cheers!

I <3 you

2 hearts, 1 cocktail

To add this heart napkin coaster, I simply cut a heart shape out of a regular red paper napkin.
Have a heart warming Valentine’s Day! Much love!!

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