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Pineapple Chamomile Lemonade


This pineapple and chamomile lemonade is my current go-to non-alcoholic drink, and it’s a real crowd-pleaser no matter the age range or the season!

The combination of pineapple, chamomile, lemon, and honey is sweet, sour, tropical, and pleasantly floral. There’s something about the mildly floral, apple-like flavor of chamomile tea that is enhanced by honey and fresh pineapple juice.

If you enjoy lemonade-based cocktails and mocktails, try my:

I created this recipe when I was pregnant, but this is also delicious with an ounce or two of rum, gin, or vodka for those of you who aren’t abstaining from alcohol.

And if you’re pregnant, remember that some herbal teas aren’t safe for pregnancy. I have come across internet sources advising women to avoid chamomile during pregnancy, so if you’re pregnant, definitely talk to your doctor before drinking any herbal teas.

You can use any honey for the honey syrup, but I recommend checking out the honeys from Bee Seasonal. They were kind enough to gift me with a sampler last year, and I’ve really enjoyed the Marmeleiro Brazilian Quince Honey in this recipe.

What kind of pineapple juice should I use?

Avoid using sweetened pineapple juice. Freshly pressed or even muddled and strained juice is the ideal, but store-bought unsweetened, pure pineapple juice is your next best option.

How to make honey syrup

Honey syrup is just honey mixed with water so that it’s easy to incorporate into cocktails or other drinks. To make the honey syrup, simply combine equal parts honey and water in a measuring cup or glass jar.

No need to heat it, just stir until the honey dissolves! Using warm water will speed up the process, but it only takes a few minutes anyway. I typically make a small batch (1/2 cup honey to 1/2 cup water) to ensure it gets used up before it goes bad. Store honey syrup in a sealed jar in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks.

You may also enjoy these similar drinks:


Pineapple Chamomile Lemonade

Amy Traynor
This refreshing, tropical lemonade is made with organic chamomile tea, pineapple, honey, and lemon.
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Drinks
Cuisine American
Servings 1 cocktail


  • 2 oz chamomile tea, brewed and cooled
  • 2 oz pineapple juice
  • 1 oz freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • 1 oz honey syrup (I used Marmeleiro Brazilian Quince Honey from Bee Seasonal)


  • Add all ingredients to a cocktail shaker and fill 3/4 with ice.
  • Shake until chilled, about 12 seconds. Strain into a glass filled with ice. Garnish with pineapple fronds and an edible orchid, if desired.
Keyword chamomile, lemonade, mocktail, pineapple, tea
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Wednesday 9th of November 2022

Where did you get the glasses for the Lemonade Chamomile Mocktail and Basil Lime Smash?


Friday 18th of November 2022

Hi Greg, I found both of those at my local Goodwill.