Lavender syrup - recipe for an aromatic additive for cocktails & Co.

Lavender syrup is largely unknown to most. You can give many drinks and meals a very special touch. Learn how to make lavender syrup yourself in no time here.

Lavender syrup gives sparkling wine a special note

Anyone looking for syrup in the supermarket or in the beverage trade will find a whole range of these sweet additives. The palette ranges from caramel to mint to classic raspberry syrup, but lavender syrup is rarely found. Lavender offers a very special, aromatic flavor. There are now some cocktails and non-alcoholic mixed drinks that use lavender syrup and it really is a taste experience.

If you don't want to spend a long time looking for lavender syrup in the supermarket, but want to use your harvest from your home garden, you can make lavender syrup yourself quickly and easily. Not only can drinks such as cocktails, water, tea and sparkling wine be refined, but also ice cream gets a very special note.

Homemade lavender syrup with 4 ingredients

For about 0.5 liters of lavender syrup you need:

  • 200 g of sugar
  • 150-200 ml of water
  • 2 tablespoons of dried or 5 tablespoons of fresh lavender
  • Half a lemon juice


➥ Step 1:
Put water, sugar and lemon juice in a saucepan and let it boil while stirring until the sugar has completely dissolved. From this point on, the sugar syrup should boil for another 5 to 10 minutes.

2 Step 2:
Now add the lavender and let the mixture rest. With fresh lavender you should let the mixture steep for at least one day, with dry lavender about three hours are enough.

3 Step 3:
After the brewing period, strain the lavender syrup, bring it to a boil again and then fill it into clean, hot-rinsed bottles.

The lavender syrup is chilled for up to 3 months.