Rose Infused Lemonade Recipe

This rose infused lemonade will make you feel pampered! 


Rose Infused Lemonade | Essential Oils


I have never been one of those women that was all about my image or the flowery type. For example, rose water or oil is said to be wonderful for a woman’s skin. That’s why this rose infused lemonade is so awesome! I have met a few women who have made their own rose oil or rose water simply for the purpose of keeping their skin young and healthy.

I wish I could say I’m one of those women. That sounds like it could really be fun, not to mention, I wouldn’t mind boosting my skin health. However, my extra time is usually spent doing a plethora of other things and making rose water or oil is not the first thing that comes to my mind.

On to the flowers. Don’t get me wrong, I love flowers but for a present, I more prefer an experience than a flower. Or food, I definitely would like food more than flowers. To me, with my “must save money” brain, I feel that spending so much on flowers that are impossible to keep alive very long is just a waste. I think they’re beautiful and a wonderful/thoughtful gesture but if I had the choice, I wouldn’t choose flowers.


Rose Infused Lemonade | Essential Oils


So, here I am, a woman without random flowers sitting around and no time to make my own rose water/oil. Thankfully, when I find something I would still like to try, I find a way to make it easier and cheaper for women like me. Natural rose water is inexpensive and is much easier to buy already made than having to wait to make your own. In fact, I found out that most places carry it. Since I had no clue to even look for it until recently, I was pretty jazzed by the fact that it was so easy to find.

This natural rose infused lemonade doesn’t pack that overwhelming sweet and thick taste that most processed lemonades do. In fact, it’s quite the relaxing drink that makes having a sweet drink not so unhealthy.


This rose infused lemonade isn’t just for summer!

Combine your essential oil, sugar, and 1 tablespoon of water (in that order) in a small dish and microwave for about 30 seconds or until sugar can be dissolved into the liquid by stirring.

Combine the rest of your ingredients, stir, and pour over ice.



So Easy!


5 from 4 votes
Rose Infused Lemonade | Essential Oils
Rose Infused Lemonade
Prep Time
5 mins
Total Time
5 mins

This easy rose infused lemonade will leave you feeling pampered without the guilt! 

Course: Beverages
Cuisine: American
Servings: 2 people
Author: Karrie
  • 1 1/2 TBSP Sugar
  • 2 Cup +1 TBSP Water
  • 6 Drops Lemon Essential Oil
  • 1 TBSP Rose Water
  • 3 TBSP Lemon Juice (optional)
  1. Combine your essential oil, sugar, and 1 tablespoon of water (in that order) in a small dish and microwave for about 30 seconds or until sugar can be dissolved into the liquid by stirring. 

  2. Combine the rest of your ingredients, stir, and pour over ice. 

Recipe Notes
Note: Because this drink is all natural, it will not turn out yellow like other lemonades. It will turn out clear. Further, the lemon juice is only needed if you desire a tart taste to your drink. It will still keep it all natural if you add this, it will just make the drink stronger and add a sour twist more like traditional lemonade if that’s what you desire.

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Rose Infused Lemonade | Essential Oils


Rose Infused Lemonade Recipe was last modified: March 10th, 2017 by Shannon Graham

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  1. That sounds so refreshing. I’ve never heard of lemonade like this before. Yummo!

  2. That sounds like just the thing for a hot summer day. I’ve never head of rose infused lemonade before, but I’d definitely give it a shot.

  3. I will have to give this a try. it surely sounds delicious! Just in time for the warmer weather, too!

  4. Pam Wattenbarger says:

    I have never had a rose infused lemonade before. It sounds like something I would drink at a fancy tea party!

  5. I never thought you could use essential oils to make lemonade. That’s something really new to me, because we make lemonade the traditional way. Your recipe for rose infused lemonade looks interesting. I will give it a try.

  6. This is a fun version of lemonade. I feel like you do about flowers as gifts. 😉

  7. I love the idea of rose infused lemonade! It’s a great way to welcome spring and would make me feel so fancy too.

  8. Wow this is different! I love and adore lemonade! I would never think to rose infuse it though. This looks and sounds awesome!

  9. Very interesting. But I would love to try it

  10. This sounds very different and refreshing! I would like to try it!

  11. This looks so refreshing! Sounds perfect for an afternoon refreshment!

  12. This sounds like a delicious drink recipe! I’ve never had a drink infused with rose.

  13. ROSE? You had me at that! This is such a neat recipe!

  14. THIs sounds really delicious. I’ve never had rose infused anything.

  15. This sounds so yummy! I am definitely going to make this!

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