Romance Tip 10:
- Design your own cocktail.
Single? Time to invite over a few friends for a really fun party: its design your own cocktail night! The best thing about doing this with friends is that you can split the costs, as its one of the more expensive romance tips I’m going to suggest. Ask your friends to bring over all and any bottles of alcohol they have at home—though you’re going to need to make a list of what they have beforehand, so when you make the trip to the bottle-o you’re getting things you’re likely to use.
As well as a range of alcohols—as many as you can get—you’re also going to need mixers and a few tools.
Here’s a list of things that aren’t alcoholic you may want:
- Chocolate (for chocolate curls!)
- Maraschino cherries
- Other fruits
- Soft drinks, particularly coke
- Ice cream
- Pineapple juice
- Orange juice
- Apricot juice
- Cranberry juice
- Other juices
- Flavoured jelly crystals
- And if you want to be really filthy, cake or brownie mix.
You’ll also need a few other things, like stirrers, glasses, spoons a blender and some other things that you hopefully have already. If not, get your guests to bring them.
Remember to keep a pen and paper handy to write down the best recipes. Chances are, you’ll be a bit drunk and totally forget them. Don’t forget to name them!
Dating? If you’re a couple and have decided to do this together, instead of with friends, it should be a cosy evening in the kitchen. Put on some music you both like and have a good time. Try and make something that represents you as a couple and your relationship. Is it sweet and rich? Fizzy and fruity? Hot and pink? Make something you both really enjoy, then on special nights together, you can whip them up again. You’re own secret romance recipe!
Remember! Please drink responsibly. This tip is about creating exciting new cocktails, not getting completely blitzed and throwing up on the couch.