With Valentine’s day around the corner, are you staying in, going all-out or perhaps you are still planning? To give you some romantic inspiration, we have shared with you our favourite ways to spend Valentine’s day; whether you prefer staying at home, an extravagant meal out or perhaps something a little different. We have ideas for everyone…


Cosying up at home

Sometimes there’s nothing better than staying home in the warmth and cooking up something special paired with your favourite Everleaf spritz. If your culinary skills aren’t quite up to scratch, nothing could be easier than a meal curated for you by M&S as they release their Valentine’s Dine in for 2 at just £20 every year. With a selection of courses which never fail to impress, perfectly portioned for two people, you can enjoy your evening without getting stressed in the kitchen.

Start the evening with an aperitif spritz with Everleaf Mountain (found in M&S food halls): 1 part Everleaf, 3 parts light tonic, ice and a garnish of fresh strawberries- a vibrant blend of 12 botanicals, including cherry blossom and rosehip, Mountain is our romantic drink of choice! 

Enjoy with a few nibbles, we like to have a selection of Spanish Pitted Mild Manzanilla Olives, whilst the dinner is cooking.

Everleaf Mountain Spritz

Mountain Spritz at Farm Girl Cafe, by @davidloftus

 

Ready to hit the town

If you like to dress up and treat you and your partner to an extravagant meal, then our current favourite romantic dinner spot is one of the many Sticks ‘n’ Sushi locations. For us, we find sushi to be a delicious healthy dinner, where you can choose a selection of dishes to share.
Our favourite sushi board has to be the ‘Mixed Emotions’ which includes Shake Tataki and panko chicken with wasabi caesar. 

Pair it with the non-alcoholic Sakura Spritz on the menu (featuring Everleaf Mountain), for a romantic night you’ll be sure to remember without a hangover!

Fields of Blue and snack selection at Adam Handling's Ugly Butterfly
Fields of Blue at the Ugly Butterfly, by @lauraspurgeon

I want a getaway

Want to splash out on a romantic getaway? Then look no further than our favourite Cornish coastal retreat; Carbis Bay Hotel. Overlooking the deep blue waters of St Ives, this stunning location is also home to Adam Handling’s sustainable restaurant; Ugly Butterfly.

You will find their stunning ‘Fields of Blue’ non-alcoholic cocktail on the menu, with Everleaf Mountain, paired with a selection of carefully curated snacks that will blow your taste buds away…