Valentine's Day Cocktail

Best Cannabis Cocktails to Try on Valentine’s Day

Whether you’re celebrating with a new love, long-term significant-other, or your BFF, you want to make Valentine’s Day special. In addition to the traditional celebration, level-up your holiday reverie with these cannabis cocktails. They make great gift ideas for cannabis lovers.

How high you’ll get from these drinks depends on how much THC is infused in the alcohol. For homemade infusions, the amount of THC can vary. For newbies to cannabis products, go easy with the drinks. It may take several hours before you feel the effects of the marijana. The best beverage on our list, if you want the essences of cannabis and not the high, is the Dramatis Personae. As the recipe stands, the only THC is used to smoke the glass.

You can find marijuana products for your Valentine’s Day cocktails at your local cannabis shop. Valentine’s Day is mostly celebrated in Los Angeles and if you live there you can visit a Los Angeles marijuana dispensary to buy cannabis products for the cocktails.

Green Derby

Green Derby CocktailGreen Derby is one of our favorite Valentine’s Day cocktails. A cannabis-infused black bourbon is the highlight of this luxurious drink.

            • 1-ounce cannabis-infused black bourbon
            • Juice of half a fresh lemon
            • Juice of half a fresh grapefruit
            • ½-ounce honey syrup (equal parts honey and water)
            • Ice
            • Cocktail shaker
            • 12-ounce glass (Highball or Collins)

Pour all of the ingredients into a cocktail shaker with a bit of ice. Shake the mixer until well-blended. Fill your 12-ounce glass about ¼ full with ice and add your drink mix. Top with soda water and garnish with a slice of fresh lemon or grapefruit.

Lazy Day

Lazy DayLike Green Derby, this is another cannabis-infused black bourbon mix. A combination of sweet and bitter, this valentine drink will satisfy your loved one’s taste buds.

            • 1-ounce cannabis-infused black bourbon
            • 1-ounce sweet vermouth
            • 2-3 dashes of Angostura bitters
            • Ice
            • Two 12-ounce glasses (Highball or Collins)


Stir all ingredients in one glass. Add ice to fill about a ¼ of the other glass. Strain the mixer over the ice. Garnish with a slice of fresh orange.

Fresh Start

Fresh Start CocktailA drink that offers you a kick of lime, with an underlying sweetness. This is on our list of cannabis drinks for any occasion.

            • 1-ounce cannabis-infused black bourbon
            • 1-ounce fresh lime juice
            • 1-ounce simple syrup (equal parts water and sugar)
            • Ice
            • Two 12-ounce glasses (Highball or Collins)

Pour all ingredients into a glass with a bit of ice and stir gently. Add about ¼ glass of ice to other glass and pour in the mixer. Top with soda water. Garnish with fresh mint.

Dramatis Personae

This drink was created by Warren Bobrow, an outstanding mixologist, and a cannabis connoisseur. The only cannabis used in this drink is to smoke the mixing glass. This tasty concoction won’t get you high.Dramatis Personae

            • Cannabis smoke
            • ½-ounce rye whiskey
            • ½-ounce sweet vermouth
            • ¼-ounce Calvados
            • 3-4 shakes Creole-style bitters
            • 2-3 shakes aromatic bitters
            • Spritz of Absinthe
            • Two 12-ounce glasses. One chilled.

Hold a lit joint under an upside-down glass. Let the smoke fill the inside. Turn the glass back over. Add ice to fill it to about 1/3 full. Pour in all ingredients except the Absinthe and stir. Strain the mixture into a chilled glass. Spritz the top with Absinthe.

Coconut Mojito

Serve this tropical valentine drink in a Tiki glass! Its coconut rum flavor is the essence of the sunny tropics.

Mojito Cocktail

            • ½ fresh lime, cut into small pieces
            • 5 mint leaves, stems removed
            • 1 tablespoon coconut palm sugar
            • 1-ounce cannabis-infused light rum
            • 1-ounce coconut rum
            • Dash of light coconut milk or cream
            • Dehydrated coconut flakes
            • Wooden pestle
            • 12-ounce glass (Highball or Collins)

Place the pieces of lime, mint leaves, and coconut palm sugar in the bottom of a12-ounce glass. Grind gently together with the wooden pestle until a rough, powdery mixture. Over the blend, fill the glass with fresh ice. Pour in cannabis-infused light rum and coconut rum. Splash with coconut water, and milk or cream. Stir gently. Garnish with coconut flakes.

Bacon and Herb Bloody Mary

Who doesn’t love bacon? Mix it in with one of your favorite cannabis cocktails, and you’ve got yourself a palate-pleasing drink! What’s even better, you can prepare the Bloody Mary mix a day or two ahead.

Bacon and Herb Bloody Mary

            • 1-pint tomato juice
            • 1/8 teaspoon fresh lemon juice (saved the squeezed lemon)
            • 1 tablespoon Sriracha
            • ½ clove garlic, finely chopped
            • 1 tablespoon marijuana-infused bacon fat
            • Salt and pepper
            • 1-ounce cannabis-infused vodka
            • Slice of cooked bacon
            • 12-ounce glass

For your Bloody Mary mix, combine the lemon juice, horseradish, Worcestershire sauce, and Sriracha into a cocktail shaker. Add the tomato juice, and ground garlic. Salt and pepper to taste. Shake the ingredients until well-blended. Store the Bloody Mary mix in your refrigerator. Use the mixture within a day or so.

To prepare, rub the left-over lemon on the rim of a 12-ounce glass. Invert the glass and roll the edge in a plate of celery salt until covered with salt. Turn the glass back upright. Pour in the Bloody Mary mix, and add the cannabis-infused vodka. Stir gently. Crumpled the strip of cooked bacon into the drink. Place the celery stalk in the glass to garnish.

Enjoy your Valentine’s Day cocktails!

Written By

Ian Baker

Ian Baker does content and customer communications with Happy Leaf Collective through the website and blog. With 5 years of total experience working in cannabis niche, 3 were spent as a budtender in Arizona. 2 years ago, following his passion of writing and educating, Ian made the move into content and communications.