Coconut Water, Lavender, & Blackberry Mocktail

This elegant and delicious coconut water mocktail is so easy to make that it will become your go-to, non-alcoholic beverage any time you have guests over. The addition of some lavender soda adds some fun and fizz to this otherwise simple drink making it perfect for an Easter brunch, summer celebration, or bridal shower.

Overhead shot of coconut water, lavender, blackberry mocktail in a tall glass garnished with a blackberry and a some lemon peel

What is Coconut Water and Where Can You Find it

Coconut water is exactly what it sounds like: the water from inside a young coconut. It has a sweet, rich, and slightly nutty flavor, but, unlike coconut milk, it is completely clear.

I’m originally from Costa Rica, and I miss having coconut water straight out of the coconut. It is one of my favorite things to sip on on a hot day at the beach.

The good news is that now coconut water is available in most grocery stores. I would recommend looking for one that is not made from concentrate, especially for this coconut water mocktail.

Image of a woman's hand pouring lavender soda into a glass half full with coconut water and blackberry puree.

Why Should You Drink More Coconut Water

Not only is coconut water delicious; it’s also good for you!

Scientists believe that coconut water contains nutrients and antioxidants and can help to manage all sorts of diseases like diabetes or heart disease. It’s also a great source of hydration, which is why I always have some in the fridge during the hot summer months.

If you would like to read more about the specific benefits of coconut water, check out this article.

ย Overhead close up of coconut water mocktail garnished with a blackberry and a some lemon peel

How to Make a Fun Mocktail

Mocktails, like cocktails, are all about getting the right balance of flavors.

In this case, I wanted to balance the sweetness and richness of the coconut water with some of the tartness of blackberries and the floral notes of lavender.

I also think that flavored sodas are a great shortcut when you want to spruce up a mocktail. The carbonation makes the drink more fun and festive, and kids seem to love it.

Straight on shot of coconut water mocktail in a tall glass garnished with a blackberry and a lemon twist with a halved lemon and blackberries in the background
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Coconut Water, Lavender, & Blackberry Mocktail

This refreshing non-alcoholic beverage is perfect for an Easter brunch, summer party, or bridal shower.
4.38 from 8 votes
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: Special Occassion
Keyword: beverages, blackberries, brunch drinks, Easter brunch, non-alcoholic drinks, summer party drinks
Servings: 1
Calories: 32kcal
Author: Daniela Miranda


  • 7-10 fresh blackberries
  • 1/2 cup coconut water chilled
  • 1 tbsp freshly squeezed lemon juice
  • lavender soda chilled
  • lemon peel to garnish
  • blackberries to garnish


  • Put the blackberries in a small bowl and mash them with a fork. Strain the mixture through a fine mesh sieve. You should end up with about 1/2 tbsp of blackberry puree.
  • Add the puree and the lemon juice to a tall glass. Fill the glass with ice.
  • Add the coconut water and top with the lavender soda until the glass if full to the rim. Gently stir.
  • Garnish with some lemon peel and a blackberry and serve immediately.


  • If you would like to make this coconut water mocktail for a crowd, feel free to put a cup of blackberries, 1/4 cup of lemon juice, and little bit of water in a blender to make a large batch of the puree. Make sure to strain it before putting it in the mocktail.
  • If you can't find lavender soda at the grocery store, feel free to use some lime or lemon soda instead and omit the lemon juice. You could also use plain soda, but you might need to make some simple syrup and add about a tsp to each drink to make it sweet enough.
Please keep in mind that the nutritional values for this recipe are just an estimate.


Calories: 32kcal | Carbohydrates: 6g | Protein: 1g | Sodium: 126mg | Potassium: 300mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 4g | Vitamin C: 11.6mg | Calcium: 29mg | Iron: 0.3mg

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21 thoughts on “Coconut Water, Lavender, & Blackberry Mocktail”

  • This is a really gorgeous mocktail. The blackberry gives it such a deep aubergine hue. I love the idea of coconut water, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen lavender soda. Where do you find it? If I can’t find, I’ll make the substitutions you suggest, but I’d love to try the lavender variety soda.

    • Thank you, Lisa! I buy it at Safeway. It’s by a company called “Dry Soda Co.” They have all sorts of interesting flavors like blood orange and cucumber ๐Ÿ™‚

  • What a great drink for the weekend brunch. They would also be great for BBQ parties. Make up a HUGE pitcher and let the guests help themselves. Great for the DD’s at the party too.

  • What a beautiful drink! It looks so refreshing and delicious. Perfect for brunch or after dinner guests. We love blackberries and the low calories of this beverage guarantees I can sip it all day long!

  • Oh I LOVE a good mocktail, but I don’t think I’ve ever made one that was so healthy! Coconut water makes SO much sense, I can’t believe I’ve never used it in a mocktail before – genius! Making this for Easter for my friend who is coming who’s pregnant!!

  • Lavender is one of my favorite flavors to use with dark berries and I am totally on the mocktail train this year. I love that this recipe doesn’t rely on alcohol but still feels so special.

  • Gorgeous mocktail with super simple ingredients. It’s classy and sophisticated enough to make a killer cocktail. Thanks for the another mouth-watering recipe!

  • This sounds so refreshing! I’m always looking for a decadent drink options that don’t include sugar to recommend to my health coaching clients. I think this will be an easy sell! Beautiful too.

  • This is such a pretty drink! And it sounds hella refreshing. I’ve never thought to use coconut water in a mocktail like this. I’ve always just used them in smoothies! But this is such a perfect idea for a hot summer day.

  • What a beautiful refreshing drink. This would be ideal this summer, relaxing outdoor on the patio or by the pool. I really enjoy the taste of coconut water and the bonus is that it’s good for me. This is a win-win.

  • This is giving me some serious summer vibes! I’ve never considered adding coconut water to a cocktail or mocktail, but now that I think about it, it’s totally genius. This sounds so refreshing and delicious. A must try for sure!

  • I recently tried coconut water for the first time and it was so refreshing! This mocktail is absolutely beautiful. I love the color and the flavors are so perfect as we start to head in to the warmer weather. I always loving having a great mocktail recipe to offer to my guests, too, so everyone has something special to sip at a party!

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