These lavender drink recipes will keep you in a calm, zen frame of mind all day long. You’ll love all the different coffees, spritzers, and lavender-infused cocktails that you can infuse with the calming herb. Word to the wise: make sure to double check the recipe you’re using for great tips on how to use food grade lavender.
For this quick recipe, literally all you need to do is add dried lavender to your dried coffee. The subtle notes of lavender will keep your mind calm while the caffeine energizes your productivity.
The lavender simple syrup from this almond milk latte recipe doesn’t just need to be used in your morning brew. Keep it on hand for similar recipes on this list or experimenting with.
This tea is the perfect blend for getting you ready to go to bed. The wafting scent and warm sips of chamomile, mint and lavender are sure to clear your mind from the day’s tasks.
Keep things light and breezy with this white wine and lavender sangria. Use peaches and raspberries as recommended or try some of your other favorite fruits.
Infusing water with lavender has many great health benefits. Not only will it boost your immune system, it will also help regulate blood sugar. Besides that it’s just also super tasty.
The bright color of this martini-like drink is followed up by even brighter flavors of lemon and lavender. With only three ingredients, it’s a great go to for a fancy cocktail on the fly.
The versatility of this drink makes it perfect for sharing with friends and family. No matter which dairy or non-dairy product you use, the earl great heartiness and lavender florals always shine.
Food with Feeling’s lavender lemonade is a simple drink with both a unique color and taste. The pastel purple really sets the mood for this cool, calm, and collected beverage.
Gin’s unique flavor is the perfect base for a lemon and lavender inspired drink. All three major ingredients match perfectly.
Make lavender shine with this sparkling water twist on classic lemonade. It will truly charm you and your guests.
Since gin is distilled from berries, blueberries are a perfect additional flavor. Just add lavender simple syrup for a truly unique drink.
Leave the juices you were going to make mimosas and bellinis with for the kids, because this lavender prosecco will be your new favorite sparkling wine cocktail.
Almond or coconut milk will be your go-to dairy alternative for this paleo and vegan friendly tea latte. They really compliment the floral notes of lavender nicely and add a really nuanced flavor.
This mocktail has all of the spritz with none of the buzz. It’s assortment of flavorful ingredients blend well together and are really boosted by the carbonation of the soda water.
There are just four ingredients to this delightful twist on a soda float. You’ll love how the creaminess and tang of the coconut milk is accented by the lavender’s floral notes.
Plant Based Jess touts her lavender milk tea recipe as a “great cool weather cozy warm drink” and we can see why. While it is a heated beverage, the lightness of the lavender is quite refreshing.
There’s nothing like a well-prepared Tom Collins and this recipe will help you learn all the right ratios while also putting its own spin on the classic cocktail.
This picture perfect lavender limoncello’s stunning appearance is followed up by an even more stunning taste sensation. Plus, it’s so simple to make that you’ll be adding it to every cocktail party menu you put together from now on.