Boozy Mint-Lavender Lemonade Punch

Boozy Mint-Lavender Lemonade Punch! It’s not summer until you have whipped up a batch of this delicious and refreshing cocktail. The combination of sweet mint, lavender, lemon juice, some raw kombucha and a touch of whiskey makes for the best summertime punch.

Boozy Mint-Lavender Lemonade Punch, in three stemless glasses, sitting on a marble trivet and topped with fresh mint, fresh lavender sprigs and lemon slices.

This punch is super easy to make and requires only a handful of ingredients. And I guarantee, once you make it, you will never look at lemonade the same way again.

Boozy Mint-Lavender Lemonade Punch, in three stemless glasses, surrounded by lemon wedges, fresh mint, fresh lavender sprigs and ice cubes.

What You Need To Know About Kombucha For This Boozy Mint-Lavender Lemonade Punch:

  • Kombucha – Did you know that kombucha is good for your gut? It helps replenish your gut and boost immune health.
    • No all kombuchas are created equal. There are some inferior brands out there. So just do your research. Try to find one that is raw and organic.
    • Very Important Note – If you are on a potent daily probiotic just be careful of how much additional probiotics you consume. *One bottle of this kombucha contains nine billion probiotics. Personally, for me, I am on a very good probiotic, but I will at times throughout the week consume additional probiotics like this kombucha. One bottle doesn’t upset my stomach. However, if I have more than one bottle my stomach does get upset. (FYI: Having too many probiotics won’t cause you any harm, but it can upset your stomach).
    • * I would not add the kombucha to the punch until right before you serve it. You don’t want it to go flat.
    • Flavor – I use the flavor gingerade by GT’s Synergy Raw Kombucha. The kick from the ginger and the light effervescence completes the punch in a great way. It adds that “pow” that this punch needs to take it over the top!
Boozy Mint-Lavender Lemonade Punch, in a stemless glass, sitting on a stack of marble coasters and topped with fresh mint, fresh lavender and a lemon slice.

More Important Notes:

  • Mint – You can use either a large handful from your garden, or buy a 5 oz. package from the store. Make sure to add more mint than lavender though, because the mint should be the dominant flavor out of the two. And speaking of lavender, don’t add too much or it will make the drink bitter. The secret is that a little goes a long way.
  • Simple Syrup – Let it sit for 1 hour up to 4 hours. The longer the better!
  • Alcohol – Both vodka and whiskey will work here, because each one provides a unique spin to the drink. And I will say, we make this lemonade punch with both and love it. There are some days, I can’t tell which version I like better…it is that good!!!

How To Make This Punch For A Gathering Or For Individual Glasses:

  • For a Crowd – To a large pitcher, add the ice, lemonade, kombucha (to your liking), and alcohol to taste. And then garnish with fresh mint, lavender and lemon slices.
  • For Individual Glasses – To a large glass, add some ice, 2/3 lemonade, 1/3 kombucha and 1-2 oz. of vodka, or to taste. And please don’t forget some garnish. It enhances the drink!
Lemonade, in three stemless glasses, sitting on a marble trivet and topped with vodka, kombucha, fresh mint, fresh lavender and lemon slices.

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Lemonade, in three stemless glasses, sitting on a marble trivet and topped with vodka, kombucha, fresh mint, fresh lavender and lemon slices.

Boozy Mint-Lavender Lemonade Punch


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  • Author: Naomi
  • Prep Time: 15 minutes
  • Inactive Time: 1 hour
  • Total Time: 1 hour 15 minutes
  • Yield: 6 + servings 1x

Description

It’s not summer until you have whipped up a batch of this delicious and refreshing cocktail. The combination of sweet mint, lavender, lemon juice, some raw kombucha and a touch of whiskey makes for the best summertime punch. 


Ingredients

Units Scale
  • MINT LAVENDER SIMPLE SYRUP:
  • 1 cup Water, filtered
  • 1 cup Beeyond The Hive Raw Wildflower Honey
  • 1 bunch Fresh Mint Leaves, torn
  • 1 tsp Whole Lavender Flowers
  • MINT LAVENDER LEMONADE:
  • 6 large Lemons, freshly squeezed juice (equivalent to 1 cup juice)
  • Mint Lavender Simple Syrup
  • 3 cups Water, filtered
  • BOOZY MINT-LAVENDER LEMONADE PUNCH:
  • Mint Lavender Lemonade
  • 34 16 oz. bottles GT’s Synergy Raw Kombucha, Gingerade (Between 4860 oz. total, depending on preference)
  • Vodka or Whiskey, to taste
  • Crushed Ice
  • Fresh Mint, for garnish
  • Fresh Lavender, for garnish
  • Lemon Slices, for garnish

Instructions

  1. Mint Lavender Simple Syrup: In a small pot, warm the water to almost boiling. Remove from the heat and stir in the honey until fully dissolved. Then add the mint and lavender and give it a gentle stir. Cover and let steep for 1-4 hours.
  2. Mint Lavender Lemonade: Mix lemon juice, the simple syrup and 3 cups water together in a pitcher. Store in the refrigerator until ready to serve.
  3. Boozy Mint-Lavender Lemonade Punch: Pour the Mint-Lavender Lemonade over an ice filled glass, top with vodka or whiskey and kombucha and stir until just incorporated. (Additional serving suggestions are provided below). 
  4. Garnish: Add all the fun garnishes and enjoy right away.

Notes

  • If possible, use all organic ingredients. 
  • Mint: You can use either a large handful from your garden, or buy a 5 oz. package from the store. Make sure to add more mint than lavender though, because the mint should be the dominant flavor out of the two. And speaking of lavender, don’t add too much or it will make the drink bitter. The secret is that a little goes a long way.
  • Simple Syrup: Let it sit for 1 hour up to 4 hours. The longer the better!
  • Kombucha: I would not add the kombucha to the punch until right before you serve it. You don’t want it to go flat. 
  • Servings For a Crowd: To a large pitcher, add the ice, lemonade, kombucha (to your liking), and alcohol to taste. And then garnish with fresh mint, lavender and lemon slices.
  • Servings For Individual Glasses: To a large glass, add some ice, 2/3 lemonade, 1/3 kombucha and 1-2 oz. of vodka, or to taste. And then garnish with fresh mint, lavender and lemon slices.
  • Category: Drinks
  • Method: Stirred
  • Cuisine: American
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8 Comments

    1. Oh my goodness, Katie, I am so excited that you and your hubby love it so much! Your compliment MADE my day! Thank you, friend.

  1. This is a great summer sipper. Like she says though, with the kombucha in there, I limit myself to two of these or my stomach starts to feel it.






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