Move aside, Love Potion #9. Here in Palm Coast and the Flagler Beaches, we’re infatuated with lovely libations. Check out these six Cupid-approved drinks for Valentine’s Day.
The Orange Creamsicle at Funky Pelican
The menu says it all: Warning. May Become Addictive. Whipped vodka is blended with orange and a heavy helping of decadent vanilla cream. Garnished with an orange slice, this concoction is almost too sweet to share.
Hibiscus Mimosa at Java Joint Beachside Grill
A lovely twist on the classic mimosa. Cranberry and apple juices are swirled with a generous pour of champagne—resulting in a glass of fresh, fruity goodness. The perfect partner to a stack of Java Joint’s syrup-laden pancakes.
Faro’s Blackberry Shrub
Continuing our trend of fruit-infused drinks, Faro’s blackberry shrub strikes a beautiful balance between sweet and tart. Organic prosecco and a house-made blackberry and thyme shrub combine for a cocktail that’ll have you ready to pucker up.
Blue Crush Wine Slushie at Flagler Beachfront Winery
This icy bevvy is a mélange of frozen blueberry and lemonade wines. Best enjoyed with your own crush on a warm, sunny, Flagler Beach day.
The Anchor’s Chocolate Raspberry Martini
Our favorite way to indulge in a little Valentine’s Day chocolate. Composed of tart raspberry puree, Bailey’s Irish cream, Kahlua, and, of course, vanilla vodka, The Anchor’s chocolate raspberry martini is a sophisticated sip. Coupled with the peanut butter chocolate cake, it’s a scrumptious treat for two.
Tram Café’s Bubble Tea
Grab your swee-tea and head to Tram’s Café in European Village for one of these refreshing non-alcoholic drinks. Like love, the milk tea flavor list is endless. We suggest the Passion Fruit with boba—it is Valentine’s Day after all.