Each month, Chilled is bringing you five essential cocktails based on our National Drink Day Calendar. Don’t forget to reference it so you can prepare for the upcoming holidays.
During the month of February, people all over celebrate love. It’s that time of year when more and more people are dining out, grabbing drinks, and making nights at home feel special with fancy cocktails. Our five cocktails for February make a great addition to any cocktail menu.
Make the most of this cold and dark month by trying out new cocktail recipes. Take a few nights a week to brush up on your drink-making skills to test out one of these essential cocktails for February.
Here are five cocktails you should be drinking this month.
For National Bubble Gum Day (2/3), let Sakura Bubbles be the star of the show. This bubble gum pink cocktail requires a handful of ingredients and uses simple techniques. The bubbly cocktail has notes of lime to perfectly balance the floral vibes from the cherry blossom syrup.
For one of the biggest party days of the year, you’ll want to add this cocktail to the menu. Super Bowl Sunday brings in all the football lovers ready to enjoy a cocktail while rooting for their team. The Beast Mode Mule takes a classic cocktail and gives it a twist by adding a melon liqueur.
The day of love (2/14) will bring couples ready to enjoy a romantic evening with their partner. To end the night, offer up the Sweetheart Sorbet Sour cocktail. This dessert cocktail has a cherry vanilla sorbet mixed with a pomegranate liqueur. Not only does it look beautiful for the occasion, but it will be the perfect treat to end the night.
On February 19, sip on a Mint Chocolate Skrew to celebrate National Mint Chocolate Day. Another great option to add to a dessert cocktail list, the peanut butter whiskey brings this sweet treat to the next level.
With tequila being on the rise, National Margarita Day (2/22) offers the opportunity to take a classic and make it something special. The Yuzu Margarita is a great option for those who want to test different flavors. The notes of ginger, yuzu, and peach are balanced by the spicy salt rim—it’s not too spicy or too sweet.