4 Perfect Valentine’s Day Mocktails For Moms-To-Be

Celebrate the day of love with one of these delicious, perfect-for-pregnancy mocktails

It doesn’t really matter how you feel about Valentine’s Day; a good stiff drink helps if you hate it or love it! But alas, if you are expecting this February 14th, you might have to get rid of the “stiff” part.

That’s where these tasty mocktails come in. So get ready to get your romance going with these delicious, ice tea-inspired drinks that are sure to set the mood.

Mulled Currant Tea (serves 2)

This ice tea based cocktail is served warm and is the perfect pick-me-up after a romantic outdoor walk. We suggest enjoying it in front of a fireplace!


 8 oz NESTEA Blackcurrant

4 cloves and 4 cinnamon sticks


1. Heat NESTEA to just below boiling with cloves and 2 sticks of cinnamon.

2. Remove cloves and strain into glass mugs.

3. Garnish with additional cinnamon sticks.

The Northern Teani (serves 2)

An ice tea take on the traditional martini, this drink is best served in a sleek stainless steel martini glass.


6 oz NESTEA Blueberry Mint

1 oz tonic concentrate (small batch)

6 oz soda water


Mint leaves (for garnish)


1. Freeze blueberries in an ice cube tray with water over night.

2. Mix all ingredients together in a cocktail shaker.

3. Pour into martini glass and add 2-3 blueberry ice cubes.

4. Garnish with mint leaves.

Berry Cool Teani (serves 2)

When you are sipping on the Berry Cool Teani, just try to think about something other than a classic mojito!  


 4 oz NESTEA Blueberry Mint

3 tbsp sliced cucumber

2 tsp fresh tarragon leaves


Tarragon springs (to garnish)

Cucumber slices (to garnish)


1. Muddle the cucumber and tarragon leaves in a cocktail shaker.

2. Add ice to half full.

3. Add NESTEA and shake vigorously for 15 seconds.

4. Pour into highball glasses.

5. Garnish with a thin slice of cucumber and a small spring of tarragon.

Tea Royale (Serves 2)

If you really want to up the classy factor, the Tea Royale mocktail—a Prosecco inspired drink—is for you.


2 oz NESTEA Blackcurrant reduction

8 oz sparkling mineral or soda water

2 sprigs of rosemary (to garnish)

Blackcurrants (to garnish)


1. Begin by brining 1 cup of NESTEA Blackcurrant to a boil and reduce heat to a simmer until liquid reduces. The result will be your reduction.

2. Combine sparkling/soda water and NESTEA reduction in a champagne flute

Garnish with a sprig of rosemary threaded with blackcurrants. 

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