Obviously, there is nothing wrong with going down to your local coffee shop and soaking up the café atmosphere. But there is also something about being outside in nature, with a warming cup of coffee that is perfect to share with your loved one. A coffee picnic date is a spontaneous way to make your partner feel that little extra bit special.
Picnics are also a great way to spend some much-needed one-on-one time with your partner, and the best part about Valentine’s Day coffee picnics, they can be anywhere! From the park, to your favourite hiking spot.
Coffee tasting is a great activity for the two of you to take part in this Valentine’s Day. Not only will it allow your coffee-loving partner to experience new coffee flavours, but it may even help them choose their favourite coffee, which you can gift to them next Valentine’s Day!
What about long-distance relationships?
Whether you are near or far from your partner, there is a Valentine’s Day coffee gift for everyone. It can be difficult spending time away from your loved ones, especially if that means missing out on Valentine’s and other celebrations together. So, here are 2 ways you can still celebrate them as well as you relationship, from afar this Valentine’s Day.
The long-distance Valentines Coffee set
In today’s society, people are only ever a phone call away, which for some is what they rely on to remain in contact with the ones they love. But how can you gift them something special this Valentine’s Day?
Send them a Valentines Day Coffee gift set. This can be a mixture of their favourite coffee, and some coffee-inspired gifts, or just an at-home barista style kit. Make it personal to them, with a thoughtful note, and the gift will speak for itself!
A virtual Valentine’s Day coffee date
Now, more so than ever, online and virtual calls are a popular way to communicate with friends and family. So, how can you spend Valentine’s Day with your loved one virtually this year? Why not use it this Valentine’s Day to have a virtual coffee date with your partner.
Both of you can either pop down to your local café and call one another from there, or simply make, or buy your favourite coffee at home and have a virtual Valentine’s Day coffee date in the comfort of your own home. Switch off from the world for a few hours, whilst you talk about, catch up on and plan life with your other half.
There are plenty of coffee-inspired Valentine’s day dates that can be enjoyed for both new and matured couples, whether you like warm coffee beverages, or cold brew coffee, there is a date for any and all that share their common love for coffee.
Now, that is the end of our Valentine’s Day coffee date ideas, why not check out our article on Valentine’s Coffee gifts, next?