lavender and peach lemonade

You can make this refreshing and summery lavender lemonade recipe with or without peaches: it is delicious both ways.

peach and lavender lemonade recipe
peach and lavender lemonade

The best way to prepare the water with the lavender buds is by slowly infusing it overnight in the fridge.

If you add peaches to the water, it will absorb its flavor and aroma as well. Lavender and peach, as you’ll see, get along perfectly.

The next day, you’ll have a delicate but aromatic base to make your lavender lemonade.
Use honey to sweeten the lavender lemonade: it complements the flavors much better than sugar.

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Here’s how to make a peach and lavender lemonade. As said, you can skip the fruit, and make a plain lemonade with lavender water.

lavender and peach lemonade with honey

Course Drinks
Prep Time 1 day 10 minutes
Total Time 1 day 10 minutes
Servings 1
Author Claudia Rinaldi


  • 1/2 peach
  • 1/2 teaspoon lavender dried buds
  • 1/2 lemon
  • 1 teaspoon honey
  • 1 glass water


  1. Clean and slice the peach.
  2. Place the lavender buds and the peach slices in a glass - or pitcher if you are multiplying servings -, and fill it with water.
  3. Cover and refrigerate overnight.
  4. Drain water and discard the lavender buds. Once added lemon and honey, you can return the peach to the glass for a “mangia e bevi,” eat and drink experience.
  5. Squeeze in the lemon - avoid seeds of course - and add the honey. Stir well until totally amalgamated.
  6. Serve your peachy lavender lemonade cold, garnished with a fresh lavender sprig.
lavender lemonade
peach lemonade

Enjoy your peach and lavender recipe!


Claudia Rinaldi

Claudia Rinaldi


Digital artisan and curator of the Simposio cookbook series; maker of Gourmet Project, an Italian food, travel and culture blog; and life in Italy relator through the Italian Colors Newsletter. Claudia lives in magnificent Rome. She loves pasta, “melanzane alla parmigiana”, hats, suitcases and airports, Christmas, and books. Her mission is to show you that Italy is so much more than spaghetti and clichés, but a land of endless traditions, flavors, and heritage.

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