Los Poblanos Lavender Margarita Recipe

Lavender Margarita Recipe

Today we found ourselves dreaming about the incredible mocktail we had when we were staying at Los Poblanos Inn – a Lavender Margarita that they kindly made into a mocktail version for us.

Did you know that when you pair lavender with agave wine and lime something magical happens?! We can’t get enough of the tart citrus from the zesty lime that then mixes with the aromatic floral sweetness of the lavender. It really is perfection in a glass comprised of the most beautiful flavors.

Los Poblanos Lavender Margarita


  • 1.5 oz Agave Wine or your favorite Silver Tequila
  • .05 oz Lavender Simple Syrup
  • .75 oz freshly squeezed Lime Juice
  • (add water to taste)
  • {Lavender Simple Syrup}
  • 2 parts sugar
  • 1 part hot water
  • 2 tbsp of dried lavender
  • {Garnish}
  • sugar
  • dried Lavender


  1. First make your lavender simple syrup by bringing water to a boil and adding in the sugar and lavender.
  2. Stir until sugar is dissolved and then simmer for two minutes.
  3. Strain through a sieve and cool.
  4. *Syrup will keep for up to several weeks in the refrigerator.
  5. Combine all margarita ingredients in a shaker with ice.
  6. On a plate, mix the additional sugar and dried lavender and use it to rim the outside of a glass.
  7. Fill glass with ice. Shake and strain the contents of the strainer into the glass.
  8. Enjoy!
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Lavender Margarita Recipe

Lavender Margarita Mocktail Version

Again, no problem if you can’t have the tequila or agave wine here. It’s fantastic as a margarita or an epic mocktail version. To turn this margarita into a a tasty and decadent mocktail just swap the alcohol out and replace with tonic or even a lime La Croix.


Emily & Barbie

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  1. 6.6.18
    Judi said:

    Hi Emily & Barbie,

    I was SO excited to find your post as I was looking for the Los Poblanos Lavender Margarita. The recipe attached to your site is for a chicken dish and not the margarita. Could you share the recipe with me? Email perhaps? I would love that. The Los Poblanos Lavender Farm is absolutely lovely! We were just there in May.

    Thank you,
    [email protected]

    • 6.7.18
      Emily Stafford said:

      Hi Judi!

      Thank you for letting us know! Must have happened when we moved our blog to a new platform. Fixing it right now and emailing it to you as well. 🙂

      Isn’t Los Poblanos just the best? It’s such a gem and one of the most wonderful, unique hotel stays we’ve had yet.

      Happy Travels & Cheers!

      Emily & Barbie

  2. 10.7.21
    Georganne said:

    For your lavender margarita, Do you mean .05 oz of simple syrup or
    .5 oz of simple syrup.

    I don’t even know how to measure .05 oz.

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