Lavender Peach Raspberry Sangria

Lavender Peach Raspberry Sangria

Lavender Peach Raspberry Sangria is made with rosé, and it is infused with raspberry liquor, peaches, and lavender. All these flavours go so well together resulting in a luscious and refreshing combination. You should try this spin on this summer drink!

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Lavender Peach Raspberry Sangria

Hey everyone – how are you doing? Are you ready for the weekend? (I know, silly question). We should definitely celebrate it with a lovely summer cocktail. Cheers to that! :)

Lavender Recipes

This August I have been sharing a few lavender ideas (and I am not ready to stop yet.) In fact, all these recipes were prepared and photographed last year. Yeah – all this summer I have been posing only unpublished stuff from last year (and one or two recipes even from 2021.) And please do not assume I have been lazy this season. As of now, I have more than 60 sub-folders in “Summer 2023 Recipes” folder. Please do not ask how – I do not have the right answer! Perhaps, I am a night-walker lol.

Here’s what I have shared so far:

Lavender Tomato Chickpea Spread

Sun-Dried Tomato Lavender Spread

Lavender Chive Thyme Butter

Lavender Peach Raspberry Sangria

Today I am excited to share this lovely twist on sangria – Lavender Peach Raspberry Sangria. Lavender goes particularly well with both lavender. And according to the book “Cooking with Lavender” by Nancy Baggett, lavender also nicely pairs with some wines like moscato, prosecco, and Riesling. Rosé was not in that list, but I figured why not. And you know what? Wonderful!

Rosé wine can be either dry or sweet, but for this recipe I recommend going with the first option. Both lavender syrup and raspberry liquor are already sweet, so dry wine will balance it out a bit. In fact, sangria is often infused with brandy or triple sec, but I opted for raspberry liquor. I think brandy or triple sec would work here as well, and they should also result in a less sweet cocktail. Do not like or do not have rosé? Go with dry white whine then!

More Lavender Cocktails Ideas

Do you like cocktails with a pleasant botanical flavour? Make sure to check these ideas then.

Lavender Mojito

Lavender Empress 1908 Cocktail

Empress Lavender Lemonade

Lavender Orange Gin Cocktail

Blackberry Lavender Cocktail

Lavender Martini Vermouth Cocktail

I hope you like this Lavender Peach Raspberry Sangria, and you will give it a try soon! If you make it, let me know in this post or send me an Instagram message or share you photos adding the hashtag #havocinthekitchen.


Lavender Peach Raspberry Sangria
Lavender Peach Raspberry Sangria

Lavender Peach Raspberry Sangria

Recipe by Ben | HavocinthekitchenCourse: Drinks


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This Lavender Peach Raspberry Sangria is fruity, refreshing, luscious, and with a subtle botanical note – great summer cocktail!


  • 1 bottle rosé, chilled (dry recommended)

  • 1/3 cup raspberry liquor

  • 1/4 cup lavender syrup

  • 3 peaches, sliced

  • 1/2 cup raspberries, slightly mashed (do not make a pure though)

  • 1-2 tbsp. lemon or lime juice, optional


  • Make sure you make lavender syrup in advance as it will require at least 2 hours for infusing and cooling. You can certainly go with store-bought syrup, but keep in mind it could be sweeter than homemade.
  • Combine all ingredients in a pitcher and stir to combine. Lemon or lime juice is optional, but it will also balance out the sweetness of sangria.
  • Refrigerate for at least 1-2 hour. I will not recommend going beyond 4-5 hours as the fruit will start loosing their nice texture.) Try again and adjust the flavoring – perhaps, a touch of lavender syrup or lemon juice more.
  • Serve over ice and garnished as desired. Enjoy!

17 thoughts on “Lavender Peach Raspberry Sangria

  1. Valentina says:

    Beautiful, Ben! Your lavender series is fantastic. It’s amazing that you have so many recipes in the cue. I’m so impressed. I usually have only a couple. Back to the lavender — I really love Sangria in the summer and the lavender twist is lovely. :-) ~Valentina

  2. Jeff the Chef says:

    I do fortify my sangrias with brandy, as you suggest, but I usually like to add a little something extra. Often, I opt for something like amaretto, but raspberry liqueur! That’s had switched on a big light for me. I bet it’s delicious!

  3. David Scott Allen says:

    You KNOW that I am all about the lavender, Ben. And I love this sangria. Believe it or not, sangria is on the menu for tomorrow evening Spanish dinner (arroz con pollo). I even have all the ingredients (accidentally!).

    By the way, I have tried signing up again through a different email to see if I can get your posts. I really need posts in my inbox to help me remember to visit (getting old… haha…). The new subscriber is riocancion. I hope it works! I really wish I knew how your posts were getting blocked. Grrrr…
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