Lavender Coconut Lemonade

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An elegant and healthy twist on lemonade

Introducing the delightful Lavender Coconut Lemonade recipe – a true gem I stumbled upon and couldn’t wait to share!
This exquisite beverage has quickly become one of my proudest creations for several reasons.

First, it’s incredibly easy to make, making it a hassle-free treat for any occasion.

Even more impressive is its amazing taste, which appeals not only to lemonade and lavender enthusiasts but even to those who may not be the biggest fans of either flavor (I count myself among them!).

But here’s the real kicker – this lemonade doesn’t require any cooking any syrup and gets its beautiful color completely naturally.

And that’s not all – the addition of coconut water makes this lemonade incredibly hydrating, perfect for staying refreshed on warm days.
And the coconut water adding its own touch of sweetness, this recipe needs less sweetener than most traditional lemonades.

Plus, it’s incredibly versatile, allowing you to easily adjust the sweetness to your liking and even substitute the sugar for any alternative of your choice.

Get ready to experience the perfect balance of flavors in this refreshing Lavender Coconut Lemonade!

    This lemonade is incredibly refreshing, perfect for quenching your thirst on a hot day.
    The combination of coconut water and lemon creates a light and invigorating beverage that will leave you feeling revitalized.
    Say goodbye to artificial colors!
    The beautiful lavender hue of this lemonade comes entirely from natural ingredients, giving it an elegant and eye-catching appearance without any artificial additives.
    Lavender adds an alluring touch to this lemonade, elevating its taste and aroma to a whole new level.
    Even if you’re not usually a fan of lavender, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by how well it complements the zesty lemon flavor.
    Thanks to the hydrating properties of coconut water, this lemonade requires less sweetener than regular versions.
    With the hydrating benefits of coconut water already present, you can enjoy a revitalizing and invigorating beverage without the need for excessive sugar.
    You have the flexibility to choose your preferred sweetener, whether it’s honey, agave syrup, or any other alternative, making it easy to tailor the sweetness to your taste buds.

Here, you’ll find a slightly more detailed version with ingredient alternatives and helpful notes.
For a concise recipe with exact ingredient measurements, please refer to the recipe card below.


  • Lavender tea
  • Butterfly pea tea
  • Water
  • Sugar
  • Ice Cubes – optional
  • Lemon Juice

Ingredient Tips and Substitutes

Lavender Tea

Lavender tea is created by steeping lavender flowers in hot water.
You have the option of using either previously dried lavender or fresh lavender flowers.

Just make sure you use food-grade lavender flowers to ensure they are safe for consumption.

Butterfly Pea Flower Tea

Butterfly pea flowers tea liquid in two colors

Using butterfly pea tea is optional, but it’s what gives the drink its whimsical violet color.

Butterfly pea flowers create a tea with an intense blue hue that transforms into a beautiful purple when you add some lemon.

You only need a small amount of butterfly pea tea for this delightful lemonade.

I personally used dried flowers, but you can also use it in powder form if that’s what you have.

More butterfly pea flower tea recipes:


Regular tap water works well, but boil it first to steep the flowers.

Since the water is hot, any sweetener will easily dissolve in it.

The trick lies in only using a small amount of water to create a concentrated lavender tea.
This reduces the waiting time for it to cool down.
Actually, you didn’t really need to wait for it to cool down because adding some ice will quickly cool down it.


Feel free to use your preferred type of sweetener.
Usually I use low-carb sugar alternatives like granulated xylitol or erythritol for this lemonade.

Lemon juice

You may use either fresh squeezed lemon juice or store-bought bottled lemon juice.

Step-by-step instructions

Time needed: 15 minutes

How to make lavender coconut lemonade

  1. Make lavender tea

    Cover the lavender and the butterfly pea flowers in freshly boiled hot water. Let steep for 5-10 minutes.Lavender flowers and butterfly pea flowers

  2. Sweeten to taste

    Remove the flowers and sweeten to taste.Adding sugar to butterfly pea tea

  3. Make coconut lemonade

    Mix lemon juice with coconut water.Adding fresh pressed lemon juice to coconut water

  4. Combine

    Pour the concentrated lavender-butterfly pea tea over ice cubes.
    Then add the coconut water lemonade and enjoy how the blue tea turns violet.Adding coconut lemonade to butterfly pea tea


  • Make your lavender tea concentrated by using a small amount of water. This way, it will cool down quickly.
  • If you don’t have butterfly pea flowers it’s okay. The taste will be almost the same; the drink will just have a lemonade-like color instead of a purple one.
Lavender coconut water lemonade
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Coconut Lavender Lemonade

Easy recipe to make refreshing lavender lemonade with a gorgeous natural purple color. No syrup making involved!
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Prep Time:10 minutes



  • ¼ tsp. Lavender
  • 2 Butterfly pea flowers
  • 3 Tbsp. Fresh boiled water
  • 1 tsp. Sugar Optional – adapt to your taste
  • ¾ Cup Ice cubes Optional – adapt to your taste
  • ¾ Cup Coconut water
  • 3 Tbsp. Lemon juice Roughly the juice of 1 lemon


  • Cover the lavender and butterfly pea flower tea with freshly boiled hot water.
    Let steep for around 10 minutes.
    Lavender flowers and butterfly pea flowers
  • Once steep time is over, remove the tea flowers and sweeten.
    Adding sugar to butterfly pea tea
  • Combine coconut water with lemon juice.
    Adding fresh pressed lemon juice to coconut water
  • Pour the concentrated lavender-butterly pea tea over ice cubes. Top with coconut lemonade.
    Adding coconut lemonade to butterfly pea tea


Calories: 70kcal
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: butterfly pea flower, lavender, lemon
Servings: 1 Serving
Calories: 70kcal

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