Lemon Elderflower Cocktail


Lemon Elderflower Cocktail

Our lemon elderflower soda cocktail is the perfect way to toast any occasion!

Royal Wedding Lemon Elderflower Cocktail
Royal Wedding Lemon Elderflower Cocktail

Whether you're getting ready for a special occasion, or simply planning your best brunch ever, you need to try this lemon elderflower cocktail! This drink is bubbly, floral, and delicious. We love it for special events of all kinds, and we know your guests will too. There's something elegant about Champagne cocktails, and adding ingredients like elderflower soda and candied lemon just takes it to the next level. We garnish this gorgeous Champagne cocktail with candied lemons, which are super easy to make. A recipe is below, and we know you'll master it in no time.

Want to make these pretty glasses? Find the DIY Decorative Champagne Flutes tutorial on FaveCrafts.


Preparation Time15 min



  • For the Cocktail
  • 1 (8.4 ounce) can lemon elderflower soda
  • 1 (187 ml) mini bottle Prosecco or Champagne
  • For the Candied Lemons
  • 2 lemons, washed and thinly sliced
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 cup water

Lemon Elderflower Cocktail

Instructions for the Cocktail

  1. Combine elderflower soda and Champagne or Prosecco in a glass. Garnish with candied lemons (recipe follows).

How to Make Candied Lemons

  1. Combine the water and sugar in a medium saucepan. Bring to a boil and cook until all of the sugar is dissolved.

  2. Add your lemon slices and simmer until slightly translucent in color. Remove from the heat with a slotted spoon and place on a lined tray.

  3. Refrigerate until firm.

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Yum! This sounds so good! What a fun twist on the Royal Wedding cake flavors!

I drink elderflower liqueur and Prosecco all the time, but I've never thought of adding lemon! I can't wait to try this

What a pretty cocktail! I love the idea of making this to celebrate Harry and Meghan's wedding. The flavors seem perfect.

Firstly I love cocktails. I think I will like this one. Cheers to Prince Harry and Meghan! I see Elderflower is the "flavor of the day" on the 19th. This was a nice idea and well done to the Recipelion team for coming up with this theme. Wedding or not I will certainly make this cocktail.

It is almost Royal wedding time. Just another week or so and we can all be right in the action. I still remember watching the wedding of Princess Di and Chaz. This recipe serves only one so you might want to make a large batch at once so you dont have to miss any of the coverage. This would be great for a formal brunch also.


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